An Illinois community is rallying behind two 13-year-old boys after their lemonade stand was robbed at gunpoint.
Health officials in southern Illinois are looking for people who attended a "mini-prom" earlier this month and may been exposed to multiple confirmed cases of coronavirus.
At this point, we've all been living in a coronavirus world for more than five months. That's almost half a year lost to a terrifying and depressing pandemic limbo.
The grieving father of a 5-year-old boy killed in North Carolina said the suspect has lived next door for eight years and he shared dinner with him a day before the shooting.
Authorities in Azusa, California, are searching for a man who they say intentionally started the 2,500 acre Ranch2 Fire in Los Angeles County.
This week, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft conducted a final rehearsed of all of the maneuvers it will need to touchdown on the asteroid Bennu and collect a sample from it in the fall.
Diversity is making its way onto the Disney Channel. Disney has confirmed it has a bixsexual lead character on "The Owl House" series.
A San Antonio man who was hospitalized with Covid-19 the same week as his wedding got the chance to say "I do" with the help of compassionate hospital staff.
Two dormitories at Virginia Tech will now be named after prominent Black people associated with the school, according to a university news release.
The University of Oregon is covering the controversial murals that have decorated the halls of its largest library after years of protest over the murals' racist language and portrayal of Indigenous people.
R. Kelly's former manager is facing another set of criminal charges, after federal prosecutors accused him on Friday of calling in a threat to a New York City theater to stop a screening of a docuseries that included allegations the singer sexually abused minor girls and adult women.
It took less than 24 hours after United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar touched down in Taiwan, in an historic visit intended to convey President Donald Trump's support for the democratic island, for China to deliver its own message.
Phoenix police are investigating the death of a man who struggled with officers before being detained on August 4, a statement from the police department said.
A now-fired Minneapolis police officer told federal investigators looking into the death of George Floyd that a call for backup from one of the officers on the scene sounded "like it was urgent," according to a video of the interview released Friday.
A federal appeals court on Friday struck down California's ban on large-capacity magazines (LCMs), labeling it a violation of the Second Amendment in a consequential 2-1 split decision ruling.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Friday that she's requesting a federal disaster declaration, days after storms brought hurricane-force winds to the state.
When the box truck collided with the school bus, it left the back of the bus crumpled like a piece of paper.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has announced a five-point strategy to combat looting in the city's business district that includes social media monitoring, speeding up police response and "robust" prosecution.
The Internal Revenue Service is giving some Social Security recipients more time to register for the $500 per child they may be due as part of their full stimulus payment.
Newly released police bodycam footage from the fatal arrest of George Floyd shows a crowd of bystanders becoming increasingly upset as police hold down the 46-year-old Black man, pleading with officers to get off of him and check his pulse.
Officials in California, Oregon and Colorado are battling a series of wildfires that have collectively torched about 100,000 acres -- and things could get worse this weekend with intense heat set to descend on much of the US.
There's a renewed push for the removal of a controversial billboard in an Arkansas town near the headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan.
The hashtag #VoteByOct22 is trending on Twitter in an attempt to encourage Americans to return their absentee ballots in the mail well ahead of this year's November 3 general election if they aren't planning to vote in person.
An FBI lawyer who worked on the surveillance warrant of former Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page plans to plead guilty Friday to making a false statement in an email as part of an investigation into the Russia investigation.
Robert Trump, the younger brother of President Donald Trump, is hospitalized in New York, the White House confirmed Friday.
Georgia's current policies to fight Covid-19 are not enough, according to White House Coronavirus Task Force recommendations dated Sunday and obtained by The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Desks are spaced 6 feet apart, temperature checks are routine and students lunch together in small groups.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy acknowledged to United States Postal Service employees this week that recent procedural changes have had "unintended consequences," but described them as necessary.
The Hubble Space Telescope may have solved the mystery of the curiously dimming star Betelgeuse, according to new research.
Iman, the last Sumatran rhino in Malaysia, died last November -- bringing the endangered species one step closer to extinction.
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to deny Ghislaine Maxwell's request to be told the identities of the women who allege the former British socialite and girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein recruited, groomed and ultimately sexually abused them as young girls.
Charlotta Bass strode onto a stage in Chicago and gave a speech as the first Black female candidate for Vice President.
The FBI is asking the public's help in locating a missing Georgia mom whose son was found wandering barefoot in Florida last month.
New York City's tribute to honoring victims of the September 11 attacks has been canceled this year due to Covid-19 concerns, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum announced Thursday.
Police have charged a 25-year-old man with first-degree murder after they say he shot and killed a 5-year-old boy last week in Wilson, North Carolina.
A man's leg may need to be amputated after the Salt Lake City Police Department allegedly used excessive force against him by ordering a police dog to bite the man repeatedly, leaving him severely injured.
The NCAA has officially canceled fall championships -- a decision that could potentially push fall sports to the spring.
Manhattan prosecutors in Cuba Gooding Jr.'s groping case said in court Thursday that more women have come forward with accusations of unwanted touching by the Oscar-winning actor, bringing the total number of women to come forward to 30.
An investigation by Baltimore Gas and Electric Company into a Monday gas explosion in northwest Baltimore that killed two and injured seven has found that it was not the result of faulty pipes or equipment, the company, better known as BGE, said in a press release issued Thursday.
Russian officials in Moscow tell CNN they have offered "unprecedented cooperation" with Operation Warp Speed (OWS), the US multi-agency body set up to accelerate access to effective Covid-19 vaccines and treatments.
In the course of studying wrasse skulls, an evolutionary biologist found a parasite hiding inside a fish's mouth. And not only had the louse eaten the fish's tongue -- it effectively replaced it.