In South Carolina, civil rights leaders planned a march to their state capitol as in past years. But this time their rally won’t be calling for the removal of the Confederate flag.
Nikolas Layton was charged Friday with one count each of dealing and possession of cocaine and two counts of conspiracy to deal.
Danville Officer Thomas Cottrell was found dead on the ground behind the Danville Municipal Building just before midnight and his service weapon had been taken and his cruiser was missing.
Both had ligature marks on their necks indicating they had been tied up or bound and the coroner lists both deaths as homicides.
Two people were killed when a car crossed the median and went into the path of semi.
It was the last Democratic matchup before voting begins in two weeks.
This bicentennial minute takes a look at a period in history when riverboats were a common sight on the Ohio and Wabash rivers.
Portuguese pharmaceutical company Bial said it’s working with health authorities to determine what caused “this tragic and unfortunate situation.”
The mission of the Jason-3 satellite is to continue an unbroken record of more than two decades of sea level measurements from orbit.
The site, known as Proctor’s Ledge, is a small city-owned plot of woods nestled between two residential streets.
The weather service issued wind chill advisories Sunday for all of Indiana north of Terre Haute and Greensburg until 12 p.m. Monday.
The religious objections law drew unwanted and mostly negative attention to Indiana, prompting businesses interests, including the NCAA, to raise the possibility of relocating events and conventions elsewhere.
Fewer than half of high schools and only a fifth of middle schools teach all 16 of the recommended topics.
The day after the four were released, the U.S. imposed new sanctions against 11 individuals and entities involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program.
Two tornadoes touched down in central Florida overnight, including at least one category EF2 tornado.
The former New England Patriots player is accused of killing two Boston men after an encounter at a Boston nightclub.
This comes one day after the Obama administration lifted economic penalties against the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program.
The Iranian government has released four dual-national prisoners: Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, former U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati, pastor Saeed Abedini and Nosratollah Khosravi-Roodsari, whose name had not been previously made public.
Rescuers battled waves up to 30 feet Saturday as they searched for 12 Marines who are missing after two helicopters crashed off the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
A state health official said Sunday that 100 farms tested over 24 hours came back negative.