U.S. Rep. Al Green, a Houston Democrat, called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump Wednesday morning during a speech from the floor of the U.S. House.
Ruddy Quezada, a 54-year-old man wrongfully convicted of a deadly drive-by shooting in 1993, has won a $4.5 million settlement from New York state, according to court papers.
A St. Louis Circuit Court jury has returned a $110.5 million verdict for a Virginia woman in a lawsuit claiming Johnson & Johnson's products caused her ovarian cancer.
Several dozen Nigerian schoolgirls who were among more than 200 kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014 have been released, Nigerian officials said.
The leader of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in Egypt has told Muslims to avoid Christian gatherings, pointing to the possibility of further attacks against Christians.
Federal prosecutors charged New Jersey man Gregory Lepsky with planning to build and detonate a pressure cooker bomb in New York City to kill people in the name of ISIS.
Republicans who support Donald Trump’s health care plan would be voting for what Democrats have slammed as a package of tax breaks for the wealthy.
Fifteen-year-old Jordan Edwards was fatally shot in the head by a Texas police officer after leaving a party over the weekend, and his death ruled a homicide.
The United States is monitoring Western Europe for signs of religious discrimination, according to the annual report from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Americans feel that race relations are deteriorating as more than 2,800 adults believe that racial tensions have reached dangerous depths, according to a new Reuters poll.