A 76-year-old veteran committed suicide Sunday in the parking lot of New York Veterans Affairs hospital, police said.
After three days helping victims of the Louisiana flood, volunteer Thomas Achord was piloting his boat back to shore when he saw authorities barricading the entry to the waterway in Livingston Parish.
A journalist who covered the Milwaukee riots wrote an essay for Politico magazine this week detailing his horrific beating during the violence that only stopped after his black attackers realized he was Chinese-American.
The Justice Department has released a training video meant to be used by law enforcement to demonstrate best practices for interactions with members of the transgender community — including a scenario that involves a complaint about public bathroom use.
The largest union representing New York City police officers has awarded its Man of the Year honor to an outspoken black conservative and supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
A Veterans Affairs hospital driver was fired shortly after exposing credit card misuse and the bizarre disappearance of 30 vehicles.
The jelly bean jar. Nancy’s pearls. An autographed chunk of the Berlin Wall. For history buffs and collectors looking forward to next month’s auction of items from the Bel Air, California, home of former President Ronald Reagan, the list of more than 700 pieces of historic and personal memorabilia about to go up for sale is almost too good to be true.
The recent hacking of comedian Leslie Jones’s website is under federal investigation, Variety reported Thursday.
The ride-sharing company Uber Technologies saw a worldwide operating loss at least $1.27 billion in the first half of 2016, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
A public university in Louisiana has a speech code that permits students to express their beliefs freely for two hours per week at three predetermined locations.
Students at the University of Texas are protesting the implementation of a new campus-carry law by brandishing sex toys around the Austin campus.
Religious health care providers and five states are suing the federal government over a regulation that they say would require doctors to perform sex-reassignment procedures.