At least 400 people are killed by police in the United States every year, but even when those deaths prompt public outrage, grand juries almost always decide that the officer hasn't committed a crime.
Police say four people who were stabbed by a man on an Amtrak train in southwestern Michigan are in stable condition.
Meet a former bond trader who took a passion for photography and made it into one of social media's biggest hits.
Look past the booming November job gain of 321,000 reported Friday — the best figure in three years in the strongest year for U.S. hiring since 1999.
Secretary of State John Kerry has asked Sen. Dianne Feinstein to "consider" the timing of the expected release of a long-awaited report on the CIA's harsh interrogation techniques.
Could one of the nation's longest-running church-state conflicts be nearing a conclusion? As part of a bill setting defense policy, Congress would authorize the defense secretary to transfer a scenic parcel of federal land in the La Jolla section of San Diego, to a private group.
Morgan Stanley said on Friday it will pay more of its bonuses to employees upfront and defer less, because the bank is on a better financial footing.
Chinese authorities have arrested former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang for crimes ranging from accepting bribes to leaking state secrets.