One person was killed and another wounded during a shooting Friday at a Texas Southern University student-housing complex, and the Houston campus has been placed on lockdown, university and police officials said.
The Department of Homeland Security is investigating after changes made to the Wikipedia pages of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Renee Ellmers alleging an affair were tracked to an IP address at the department’s Springfield, Virginia, office.
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser said she has begun the termination process for a staffer in her religious affairs division who was arrested Tuesday and charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.
A federal court on Friday dealt the Obama administration’s environmental agenda a major blow, halting a highly controversial water rule and saying more time is needed to determine whether the regulations are legal.
A Democratic lawmaker trolled the GOP over its House speaker drama by drawing up a satirical Craigslist ad looking for someone to fill the position.
Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post reporter imprisoned in Iran spent his 444th day in captivity on Friday, the same length of time as the Americans held during the 1979-1981 Iranian hostage crisis.
An overnight confrontation between two groups of students escalated into gunfire Friday when a freshman at Northern Arizona University killed one person and wounded three others, authorities said.
Police have apprehended 15-year-old Idaho boy after he allegedly threatened to bring a gun to school and “kill all the girls.”
A Twitter account thought to be run by a British Islamic State supporter, known as “Mrs. Terror” has published the home address, details and family photos of a decorated U.S. soldier calling for reprisal attacks.
The Obama administration says it’s strengthening privacy protections for consumers on the government’s health insurance website ahead of a new sign-up season starting Nov. 1.
A northwestern Pennsylvania woman who punched a 63-year-old man who she claims made sexual advances toward her faces up to five years in prison for his death.
The list of sanctuary cities has grown to more than 340, and they shielded an average of 1,000 immigrants a month from deportation last year — and more than 2,000 of those released have been arrested for yet more crimes, according to a report released Thursday by the Center for Immigration Studies.