The agency that manages the Golden Gate Bridge is asking Sen. Dianne Feinstein for help in restricting the rising number of remote-controlled drones that have been buzzing the famous span.
James Holmes was becoming unhinged in the months before he dressed in a gas mask and body armor and began shooting at a packed midnight "Batman" premiere.
While Ohio has traditionally been a national bellwether politically, the state now finds itself in the minority on same-sex marriage heading into Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court arguments.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Jonathon Keats figures a picture can also span a thousand years.
A protest over the death of Freddie Gray, who was critically injured in police custody, started peacefully with thousands marching through downtown streets. Then, things turned violent and volatile.
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will begin presenting witnesses this week in the penalty phase of his trial as they try to make their case that he should be sentenced to life in prison — not death — for his role in the deadly 2013 attack.
Two sisters say they survived in a remote part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula on love for their family, melted snow and the Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs they had in their snow-crippled SUV.
The last three defendants in the hazing death of a Florida A & M University drum major have been found guilty of manslaughter and felony hazing.
Vietnamese orphans airlifted to the United States in the frantic final days of the Vietnam War have been reunited with some of the soldiers who helped evacuate them.
When a gunman opened fire inside a packed movie theater in July 2012, killing 12 and injuring 70, it did more than spread fear and heartbreak across the Denver suburbs. It helped revive the national debate over gun control.
Officials say a Southwest Airlines flight traveling from Las Vegas to Milwaukee was diverted to Denver Friday night after reporting "pressurization issues."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is issuing an alert to warn that a hepatitis C epidemic and a rise in intravenous drug use nationwide could spark new HIV outbreaks similar to one in a southern Indiana county with 142 new cases this year.
Local governments in Tennessee can no longer bar people with handgun carry permits from bringing firearms to parks, playgrounds and sports fields under legislation signed by Republican Gov. Bill Haslam.
Major recalls from two well-known ice cream companies due to the discovery of listeria bacteria raise questions about how the pathogen could have contaminated multiple ice cream manufacturing plants — and whether the discoveries are related.
Big gains by Amazon and Google are lifting technology stocks in early trading.
What better way to celebrate the Hubble Space Telescope's quarter-century in orbit than with cosmic fireworks?
For the first time, defense officials are revealing that the Pentagon uncovered a breach by Russian hackers into an unclassified defense computer network earlier this year. But Defense Secretary Ash Carter says officials were able to identify the intruders within 24 hours, and kicked them out.
Ex-CIA chief Petraeus gets 2 years' probation, fine for sharing military secrets with mistress.
Lawyers for the parents of an unarmed, black 18-year-old who was fatally shot by a white police officer in a St. Louis suburb say they will file a civil lawsuit Thursday against the city of Ferguson.
A widely circulated video of a slaying suspect rushing a southern Ohio police officer who chose not to fire his weapon shows the value of cameras to police, and how some across the country are buying their own when their department can't or won't.
A detention hearing is set to be held in federal court in St. Paul for four of the six Minnesotans who are accused of plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
The brutality and long-lasting impact of the Boston Marathon bombing is being brought home to jurors as survivors describe their injuries and loved ones of those who died describe their profound loss.
Federal officials are unveiling voluntary initiatives for farmers, ranchers and foresters meant to build on President Obama's efforts to combat global warming.
A field study finds a common type of pesticide is dramatically harming wild bees.
Jurors looked at a photograph of a defiant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as prosecutors began outlining why the Boston Marathon bomber should receive the death penalty.
"We're on the same playing field," Devil worshipers want book given to Oklahoma children in classrooms. Andrew Donley reports. (KFOR)
4-year-old uses chainsaw to free father pinned under tree. Jamie Innis reports.
Speculation over Hillary Clinton's presidential aspirations grows as she launches a new book tour. Chris Clackum reports.
Police say FedEx driver faked hijacking in plot to steal expensive shoes. Andy Cerota reports.
Troutdale, Oregon Police Chief Scott Anderson and school superintendent Linda Florence give details of this morning's shooting inside Reynolds High School. (KGW)
Police search for three men who brutally beat Detroit man after car crash. Hank Winchester reports. (WDIV)
Iowa police department encourages Craigslist users to carry out transactions at their station. Jannay Towne reports.