Hawaii Gov. David Ige won the state's Democratic primary Saturday in his bid for a second term, overcoming sharp criticism after a false missile alert in January.
The wife of the shooter in last year's Sutherland Springs church massacre in Texas was tied to her bed on the day of the tragedy, she said in an interview.
Early results from Hawaii's Democratic gubernatorial primary show Gov. David Ige is holding back a challenge from U.S. Rep Colleen Hanabusa in the race to keep his job.
The coach of the Universtiy of Maryland's football team was placed on leave Saturday while the school reviews allegations of "unacceptable behavior" following the June death of a player who was hospitalized after a team workout.
California's two-week-old Carr Fire -- which has killed six people and burned more than 1,000 homes -- is now more than 50 percent contained, even as it continues growing, state officials said Friday.
The suspect charged with deliberately starting Southern California's Holy Fire -- which began Monday and has spread across more than 19,000 acres -- called his arson charge a "lie," reports said Friday.
A California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer and a motorist he had pulled over were both killed Friday when they were struck by a pickup truck on Interstate 80, authorities said.
A judge in California on Friday rejected the plea deals of two men who were charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter after the "Ghost Ship" fire in 2016.
A judge this week approved a settlement between the IRS and hundreds of tea party groups, in which the federal agency agreed to pay out $3.5 million, reports said.
A dispute over politics on Facebook went from virtual to physical this week when one man shot another in the thigh and buttocks, officials said.
The University of Southern California's embattled president stepped down Tuesday in the wake of a sex-abuse scandal that has led to hundreds of plaintiffs suing the university and a former gynecologist. Trustees have appointed an acting president.
Amidst President Trump's insults, the NFL's Aaron Rodgers expressed solidarity with the NBA's LeBron James and showed support for his fellow league players in an interview with NFL.com published Tuesday.
A manager of a New Hampshire inn -- accused of shoving a couple during a refund dispute -- insisted Saturday that she not a racist and plans to plead not guilty to racially motivated assault charges, reports said.
A solo hiker from Seattle has been missing since Wednesday, and a massive search continued Saturday.
A suicide bombing in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday killed three NATO soldiers, U.S. military officials said, as the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
The suspect linked to a mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., was denied the therapeutic services needed for disabled students, according to a report released Friday.
A man convicted of raping a child escaped from a Kansas prison Saturday -- just three days after his arrival, authorities said.
An Iowa girl selling cookies to buy school clothes led to three police calls in five days, reports said Friday.
A litter of seven puppies was found this week, unattended and starving on an uninhabited island in the middle of a Canadian lake. The pups have since become known as the "Little Gilligan Island Puppies."
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Russia, China and other nations Saturday against any violation of international sanctions on North Korea.