The mother of a man who lived with suspected serial bomber Mark Conditt in a home north of Austin says her son was kept in police custody until after Conditt died in a fatal confrontation with officers
National security adviser H.R. McMaster has resigned and will be replaced by former US ambassador and Fox News analyst John Bolton, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet.
The mother of a teenage girl shot when a classmate opened fire inside their Maryland high school says she has "no life left in her" and is being removed from life support
Officials say a woman has been charged with two counts of abuse of a corpse after the bodies of stillborn twins were found in a suitcase along a road in eastern Arkansas
Two Pennsylvania firefighters have been killed and two others injured in the partial collapse of a former piano factory, which had been heavily damaged in a fire
Authorities lifted evacuation orders for tens of thousands of California residents as a powerful storm so far has spared communities hit by deadly mudslides earlier this year
An attorney for the brother of Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz said in court papers Thursday that a $500,000 bond for trespassing at the school is excessive and that the brother should be released from jail.
'March for Our Lives': Organizers expecting perhaps 1 million people Saturday in nation's capital and at hundreds of other rallies worldwide in aftermath of Florida's school massacre
Audio files released Thursday show that police and rescue workers arrived at the scene of a pedestrian bridge collapse near a Florida university campus even before witnesses could finish making 911 calls for help
The University of Cincinnati has agreed to pay $344,000 in back wages and legal fees to a white police officer the school fired after he fatally shot a black unarmed motorist
Defense attorneys for a Marine accused of fatally stabbing a fellow military member on a California Marine Corps base are arguing the death was a tragic accident and the two friends were playing around with a knife
The Honolulu Police Department has released a sampling of 911 calls made during the confusion over an alert that mistakenly warned of a ballistic missile headed to Hawaii