So, President Trump wants teachers to strap themselves with firearms and get extra pay in the process, eh?
Almost a decade after he killed a terrorism suspect in the Iraqi desert, former Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna seeks a shot at redemption. It may be a long shot.
The Marine Corps is on the defensive for a second time this month due to changes to its famous Infantry Officer Course (IOC).
Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic legislative leaders on Thursday announced steps to reduce gun violence, with the governor saying his stance on gun restrictions has changed since the arrest last week of a Vermont teen accused of plotting to shoot up his former high school.
A Florida sheriff says the deputy who was on duty at a high school where 17 people were massacred waited outside the building for about four minutes without ever going in.
The governor of Missouri was indicted Thursday on a felony charge that accuses him of taking a nude photo of a woman without her consent, a move that Gov. Eric Greitens called a “misguided political decision” by a “reckless liberal prosecutor.”
Court documents say the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has found a nude and partially nude photo of a woman on the phone of Nashville Mayor Megan Barry’s former bodyguard.
House lawmakers want to make English the official language of Michigan.
A California state senator accused of sexual misconduct resigned Thursday just ahead of a possible vote to expel him, delivering a scathing resignation letter that called the investigation process a farce.
The Connecticut Supreme Court has rejected a request by state prosecutors to revoke Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel’s bail and send him back to prison while his murder case appeal remains pending.
BMW Financial Services N.A. has agreed to pay $2 million to settle claims it illegally refused to refund payments made in advance by military personnel who terminated their vehicle leases because they were called to duty.
House lawmakers have rejected an attempt to allow pistols and revolvers on the campuses of New Hampshire’s public colleges, universities and community colleges.