Internet outcries force police departments to swiftly release body-cam footage of shootings by officers.
More than half the people outside government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave to the Clinton Foundation.
The candidate’s nebulous policy appears to be shifting away from the promises of mass deportations to something a bit more tenable.
Some have criticized the president for not cutting short his two-week vacation to Martha's Vineyard.
Senators demand to know why the EpiPen two-pack price has risen from $100 without insurance in 2009 to $600 today.
The NBA Hall of Famer, who questions the GOP nominee’s motives, received a nasty note from him after a critical op-ed piece.
The Democratic nominee rises to the TV host's challenge to read Trump quotes with straight face.
Donald Trump has sent the party far less money than nominee Mitt Romney had by this time four years ago.
The candidate turns to the 49-year-old pollster who one official says is adept at "managing someone who doesn't want to feel managed."
The campaign’s use of the 2015 pop hit “Fight Song,” by Rachel Platten, isn’t universally popular.
Dylan Roof, charged in the death of nine black churchgoers, grew entrenched in beliefs of white supremacy, court papers reveal.
Trump wants the Justice Department to investigate if Clinton Foundation donors got special treatment from the State Department.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros says she was sexually harassed by Roger Ailes and other top executives.
With more than 1,900 people killed, lawmakers question the national police chief's anti-narcotics tactics.
Growing more brutal, the Islamic State group is showing strains in the areas it still controls.
Her campaign proposes establishing a standard deduction that previously has been available only to individuals.
Referring to the Trump campaign's focus on her physical fitness, she tells Jimmy Kimmel: "Make sure I'm alive."
In areas that hadn't been considered at high risk for flooding, many residents did not purchase flood insurance.
U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor rules against the White House’s public schools mandate after Texas and 12 other states challenge it.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell responds to reports that Hillary Clinton says he advised her to use a personal email account.
Bomb threats are on the rise, and the problems they create go well beyond the disruption from evacuations.
Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi pleads guilty to deliberately attacking historic mausoleums in Mali.
Their disdain for traditional political party affiliations makes them particularly unpredictable.
About 82,000 residents were forced out of their homes when a massive blaze broke out 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
The president has several pressing issues to deal with, but his first order of business is a trip to Baton Rouge.
Armed jihadis on motorcycles invade a Nigerian town, shooting at residents while they slept in their homes.
Donald Trump's campaign expenses more than doubled last month, despite keeping the same payroll and airing no TV ads.
Kellyanne Conway, who once criticized Trump's decision not to release his tax returns, now supports it.
Criticized for his deadly anti-drug crusade, Rodrigo Duterte threatens to withdraw his country from the U.N.
The prisoners were found guilty of involvement in the killing of hundreds of military recruits, officials say.
Recent high-profile defections could mean assassination and kidnapping attempts by the North, an official says.
Turkey's president says an Islamic State bomber as young as 12 carried out the assault.
One night after becoming the first woman in track and field history to win five gold medals, Allyson Felix added to her collection.
Lou Pearlman, 62, was credited for starting the boy-band craze and launching the careers of Justin Timberlake and Nick Carter.
Companies belonging to the presidential candidate reportedly have more than twice the amount shown in campaign filings.
Scientists are planning a study to help speed development of the much-needed Zika vaccine.
The older sibling of Omran Daqneesh, whose image, dazed after an airstrike, shocked people around the world, has died in Aleppo.
In 1995, Clinton delivered a landmark human rights speech in Beijing that set her apart.