While millennials are often criticized as lazy and entitled, Newt Gingrich calls them the “most important generation since the Founding Fathers” and said these youths have a “moral obligation” to preserve freedom.
Two journalists arrested while covering separate protests in Ferguson, Missouri, last year have reached settlements with St. Louis County officials under which no charges will be filed against them and the arrests are expunged from their records, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri.
The latest on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who has been charged with felony securities fraud (all times local):
A man fatally shot a defendant waiting in a small courtyard outside a criminal courthouse in Mississippi on Monday morning, the sheriff said.
The Pentagon says it’s far from finishing its review of last month’s rampage in Chattanooga, rejecting reports that charges are about to be brought against a Navy officer who engaged the man accused of opening fire at two military installations, killing five.
GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush announced a six-point plan to improve border security Monday, calling for a series of basic steps that draw general agreement — and a controversial crackdown on sanctuary cities.
The Senate is poised to vote Monday on a bill to defund Planned Parenthood brought by pro-life Republicans even as pro-choice groups take to federal court to stop the release of more graphic undercover videos on the fetal tissue business.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is promising that the “coward” who set off explosions outside two Las Cruces churches will be caught.
Tennessee police officials on Sunday identified a suspect in the fatal shooting of a Memphis police officer, and an intense search for the man is underway.
NASA is offering up wreckage from the Challenger and Columbia for public view after hiding it from the world for decades.
A man was killed and more than a dozen injured on Sunday when a tent where people had sought shelter during a brief storm blew off its moorings and collapsed on some of the crowd at a festival in a Chicago suburb.
A federal judge granted a temporary restraining order late Friday to stop the Center for Medical Progress from releasing undercover video taken at the closed annual meetings of the National Abortion Federation.