A pair of Republican senators pressed the Justice Department's watchdog Wednesday to explain why he did not inform them last month that the FBI "failed to preserve" five months of text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
In what will be a historic vote, Floridians will be given the opportunity this November to decide if 1.5 million felons will be granted voting rights.
The Virginia Senate has passed legislation aimed at allowing guns in church in response to a deadly church shooting in Texas.
Cincinnati police are on the hunt for an exotically tattooed man they say climbed through a woman’s unlocked window and assaulted her.
Prosecutors have dropped charges against a woman who tried to steal the notes of a right-wing commentator at the University of Connecticut after she agreed to a one-year ban from campus and donated $500 to a UConn human rights center.
Minnesota Public Radio provided additional details of allegations of sexual harassment against humorist Garrison Keillor on Tuesday, saying his alleged conduct went well beyond his account of an accidental touch of a woman's bare back.
Voter watchdog groups and activists say that California’s plan to begin on April 2 automatically registering people who obtain or renew driver’s licenses to vote will make elections vulnerable to fraud.
As Congress faces a deadline to deal with the DACA program, a story in Washington state is revealing how divisive the issue of illegal immigration is.
The remains of five employees who were reported missing after an Oklahoma rig explosion on Monday have been recovered, officials said during a news conference Tuesday.
On the same day that actor James Franco was snubbed by the 2018 Academy Awards for his role in the film “The Disaster Artist,” two of the women accusing him of sexual misconduct are sharing more details about their experience and how they view the star in the wake of everything.
The giant Ohio online charter school that abruptly closed mid-school-year says it's fighting to reopen but has lost another round of its legal battle with the state over funding.
More than a foot of snow in the Twin Cities has Minnesotans digging out from one of the biggest snowstorms in recent years, and angry parents admonished school officials on social media for not sending students home earlier.
The Pentagon says it killed 150 ISIS fighters in an airstrike in eastern Syria, while the US federal government was shut down Saturday.
The White House is firing back at Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer for offering, then rescinding, a “phony” and “bogus” deal to support border wall funding in return for an immigration deal that protects illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children.
A judge has rejected a defense request to dismiss two aggravated sexual assault counts against an 18-year-old New Jersey man accused of killing his 11-year-old neighbor last summer.
A man holed up in a trailer in New Hampshire bit a police dog, who bit him right back and ended up the winner.
Ronene Ando was startled awake around 1 in the morning by the sound of her 3-year-old pit bull's high-pitched bark.
In the days before mudslides devastated Southern California neighborhoods, officials released conflicting evacuation orders that left some hard-hit neighborhoods out of the warning zone, according to a newspaper report published Tuesday.
A New Hampshire man has been charged with resisting arrest and biting a police dog.
An angry employee at a South Carolina Taco Bell threw a hot burrito at his supervisor following an argument, a Spartanburg Police Department report says.
Authorities have closed off the main entrance to a train station in the Belgian city of Ghent.
The powerful earthquake that struck beneath the Gulf of Alaska early Tuesday generated a tsunami, but before gauges could show that it was very small, warnings went out to a vast swath of the state and British Columbia, while a lower-level alert targeted the rest of the West Coast.
U.S. military officials say American airstrikes in Syria on Saturday killed up to 150 Islamic State fighters in a command center in the Middle Euphrates River Valley.
An 86-year-old woman who pleaded guilty to charges in a Philadelphia bank robbery has been placed on a year's probation.
Missouri’s Republican governor is the latest politician to star in his own drama: Fifty Shades of Greitens – a tawdry tale of lust, power and betrayal that has consumed state politics and led to bipartisan calls for his resignation.
Kim Kardashian West shamelessly admitted to a social media user that she was self-absorbed.
Russia's Culture Ministry banned a satirical film about Soviet leader Josef Stalin's death from movie theaters Tuesday following criticism from communists and others that the British-French production made a mockery of Russian history.
A spectacular fire, fueled by ethanol after a tanker truck collided with a rail car, has been allowed to burn out in British Columbia.
The Latest on the arrest of a man in the killing of a prominent former chiropractor who'd worked at two Olympic games (all times local): 3 p.m. Police in Rhode Island won't comment on the motive of a man charged with fatally stabbing a former chiropractor who'd worked at two Olympic games, but they say he was a former patient who filed a complaint saying the chiropractor had violated professional boundaries.
A 5-year-old girl Texas girl is recovering in the hospital after surviving a venomous rattlesnake bite.
At least two people were killed and 17 others were injured when a student opened fire at Marshall County High School in Benton, Ky., officials said.
The Latest on Venezuelan elections (all times local): 3:50 p.m. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he's interested in seeking re-election as the ruling socialist party seeks to consolidate its grip on power amid a devastating economic crisis.
Steve Wilkos made a name for himself protecting talk-show host Jerry Springer and his guests from harm, but now he’s the one recovering from injuries after a serious car accident.
Russia's defense minister has visited Vietnam, seeking to expand military ties with Moscow's Cold War-era ally.
Bob Costas had circled Feb. 4 as his NFL broadcasting send-off, revealing last February Super Bowl LII would be the last one he’d host on NBC.
More than $120,000 has been donated to help 13 siblings in California who authorities say were kept chained to beds for months by their parents and starved so much that their growth was stunted.
U.S. immigration officials missed two chances to detain and deport a Mexican national who was in the country illegally before he allegedly killed four men in Kansas and another man in Missouri in 2016, according to a lawsuit filed by the father of one of the victims.
The Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker, who helped assemble the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "Letter From Birmingham Jail" from notes the incarcerated King wrote on paper scraps and newspaper margins, has died.
Federal law enforcement sources told Fox News Rybicki was not fired, and his exit has “been in the works for awhile.”