A horse-drawn wagon hauled the White House Christmas tree up the driveway to the North Portico on Friday morning.
A Belgian Malinois trained to be the ninth member of a Cannon Beach, Oregon, police force has been given the boot, evidently unfit for the field of law enforcement.
St. Louis-area media outlets are reporting that two New Black Panther Party men were plotting to use the Ferguson chaos that was projected post-grand jury ruling as a shield to kill Police Chief Tom Jackson and prosecutor Bob McCulloch.
A federal judge in Connecticut has rejected the arguments of a home invasion killer on death row who complained that the food he is being served in prison is not kosher.
Police say a Pennsylvania woman chased her boyfriend around a dining room and stabbed him in the chest because he started eating Thanksgiving dinner while she slept off a bender.
Officer Darren Wilson, the policeman at the heart of the Ferguson furor, is currently discussing how best to resign his post from the department, his attorney told CNN.
A two-year-old case involving the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old white man by a black police officer is gaining attention on social media in the wake of this week’s protests and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Internal Revenue Service may have given thousands of confidential filings from private taxpayers to the White House to review, a lawsuit against the Treasury Department just revealed.
Juan Williams, a frequent Fox News contributor who just served as a fill-in host on “The O’Reilly Factor,” asked his guest Hilary Shelton, an NAACP official, to explain his group’s seeming avoidance of all things Ferguson.
The lone gunman who fired up Austin police headquarters and several adjacent buildings has been shot and killed by police, authorities said Friday morning. But bomb squad technicians are on the scene, scouring the suspect’s car for makeshift explosives.
Two New York boys — ages 9 and 11 — who went out to play in the snow were buried for hours when a plow inadvertently dumped mounds on top of them.
Dozens of people have interrupted holiday shopping at major retail stores around the St. Louis area to speak out about a grand jury’s decision not to indict the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.