An 11-year-old has been charged with murder and is being held in a juvenile detention center where she awaits a competency evaluation.
With a large increase in the number of travelers expected to take to the skies over spring break, passengers may want to take a few precautions to avoid headaches at the airport.
Parents in a Pennsylvania school district are turning 50 shades of red over word search puzzles given to their middle school students.
A Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization raised concerns about the motive amid speculation about possible anti-Muslim bias.
Obama would limit authorization to three years, with no restriction where U.S. forces could pursue the ISIS threat.
Authorities say the parents were able to get out of their house but couldn’t save their son due to the flames.
The project is part of the shipping company’s $1.2 billion effort to keep up with the booming online shopping industry.
The House Public Policy Committee, voting 10-2 Wednesday, made history as the first to approve the perennial legislative proposal but many parties expressed concerns that the bill has lost its original intent.
Indiana State Police Sgt. Phillip Hensley says the dad fatally shot the girl and wounded his 6-year-old son in the Paoli home before turning the gun on himself.
The idea for Sport Wayne Inc. came after a youth sports study and feedback from the NCAA.
NBC News President Deborah Turness said in a memo that Williams “misrepresented” events that occurred while he was covering the Iraq war.
The State Board of Education and superintendents are registering their concerns with the Department of Education about ISTEP testing. While the decision is still in the DOE’s hands, parents and superintendents are voicing their concerns when it comes to longer ISTEP testing.