A New Jersey high school has considered canceling its annual Nerf gun tournament in wake of the Florida high school massacre that left 17 people dead in February.
An Oklahoma town installed bulletproof shelters in its school classrooms to protect students in the wake of Florida’s Valentine’s Day massacre and its similar copycat threats.
Awards season is in full swing in California, and the Golden State itself just took home a booby prize of its own.
The city of Columbus, Ohio, is pumped – for the 30th anniversary edition of the Arnold Sports Festival, named for the world’s most famous bodybuilder-movie star-politician, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
A radical Islamic cleric who was the spiritual leader of the Bali bombers and a force behind a jihadist training camp raided in 2010 has been transferred from prison to a Jakarta hospital.
A defense lawyer says it was an act of madness.
In an effort help young immigrants who are living in the country illegally earn a college degree, a New Hampshire university announced Thursday it is teaming up with two organizations to offer $20 million in scholarships.
Kevin Smith, the director who suffered a “widow-maker” heart attack early Monday, was forced to come to the defense of actor Chris Pratt who wished him well and said that he was praying for him.
The Ash Wednesday massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, seems to have broken more hearts than similar tragedies that preceded it.
Pakistan’s military says Indian troops have killed two Pakistani soldiers in the latest “unprovoked” fire in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.