Team USA gymnasts Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez are world class athletes at very young ages.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is set to offer a class this fall consolidating civil rights with environmentalism.
More than two thirds of Obamacare’s health co-op’s have failed, yet Democrats who pushed the experiment during the 2010 health care debate are refusing to cede ground to corporate plans, saying the best Plan B is the “public option” that many of them wanted in the first place.
University of Louisville trustees accepted the resignation of embattled President James Ramsey, whose long tenure was dogged by scandal.
Florida health officials said Wednesday they are investigating two additional cases of Zika that don’t seem to be linked to travel, bringing the total number of mysterious cases to four.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered that John Hinckley Jr. is no longer a danger 35 years after he tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan, and can be granted full-time release from the Southeast Washington psychiatric hospital where he has been treated for the last three decades.
A Donald Trump supporter is recovering from a gunshot wound after he said a man who disagreed with his political views opened fire on him inside a Cleveland bar Monday.
A Wisconsin court ruled Wednesday that two 14-year-old girls who stabbed a classmate 19 times in homage to an internet urban legend called Slender Man will be tried as adults.
Employees at an Alexandria, Virginia, Noodles & Co. denied service to a female police officer in uniform on Monday, prompting an investigation from the company.
A feminist author and columnist for The Guardian said Wednesday that she’s taking a break from social media after she allegedly received a “rape and death threat” against her 5-year-old daughter.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s decision to drop charges in the remaining trials connected to the death of Freddie Gray shows that she didn’t have the evidence to prosecute the six police officers in the first place, said several lawyers who have followed the trials.
Two state attorneys general who subpoenaed ExxonMobil on climate change are now refusing to comply with a House committee’s subpoenas on the Democrats’ pursuit of climate dissent.