Two people and their dog were rescued from Sanibel Island Thursday after their neighborhood was ravaged by Hurricane Ian.
An FDNY EMS member was fatally stabbed in a “barbaric” and “unprovoked attack” while on duty in New York City on Thursday.
The court has said it will decide cases on affirmative action, voting rights and LGBTQ people’s rights.
A New York City councilman proposed a bill offering locals cash for telling on bike lane parking violators.
The vice president seemed to suggest race and income may be a factor when it came to deciding where aid and resources would go.
While most died from drowning, others died from the storm’s aftereffects.
An alert was sent countywide, but the sheriff’s office said a compromise to the levee would only affect homes on the east side of the Hidden River.
Several neighborhoods in Chicago have hired private security to quell crime, and San Francisco and Baltimore have followed suit.
Three children were transported to trauma centers after a crash caused a school bus to fall on its side.
The strategy mirrors the approach used by relatives of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school killings.
Fletcher was running on the University of Memphis campus when she was forced into a vehicle after a struggle at about 4 a.m. Sept 2.
An active shooter was reported at a hospital outside Little Rock, Arkansas, police confirmed Wednesday.
With a huge new investment, Ford is making a commitment to build trucks in Kentucky.
Under this ruling, the state’s abortion providers will not be able to restart procedures.
A 17-year-old male was pronounced dead at the scene of a high school homecoming game shooting.
Texas gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke told NewsNation he knows incumbent Gov. Greg Abbott is “scared” to lose to him in November’s election. …
Researchers have discovered a new type of prehistoric sea creature whose name translates to “snakey crocodile-face.”
Alan May escaped from the Federal Correctional Institution in Englewood, Colorado, on Dec. 21, 2018.
The memories don’t fade, they sharpen, “Bill” Henning said as he prepared for ceremonies marking the anniversary of the 2017 massacre.