Texas is threatening legal action against a resettlement agency over plans to continue accepting Syrian refugees in defiance of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott.
The Grand Canyon is proposing changes to how backcountry areas are managed as more outdoor enthusiasts take to the park's remote terrain.
Ford says it will book a $600 million fourth-quarter expense mainly for signing bonuses paid to union workers under a new four-year contract.
This is one check the Salvation Army is counting on to clear.
Pope Francis ventured into a volatile Muslim neighborhood of Central African Republic's capital on Monday to bring his message of reconciliation to the city's main mosque, insisting that Christians and Muslims have long lived peacefully together here and that religion can never justify violence.
It's been more than 15 months since Michael Brown became a household name after a white police officer shot and killed the black 18-year-old in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
A judge is set to hear arguments on Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's request for a new trial.
State police say several people and animals are injured after a crash involving a car, a passenger van and a truck carrying cows.
A veteran Pennsylvania police officer was killed in the line of duty after being shot and authorities have issued a manhunt to find his killer.
The critical global climate conference kicks off in Paris tomorrow and President Barack Obama is among world leaders arriving today as he tries to cement a legacy of environmental protection.
A Burger King manager who accuses Chicago police of erasing surveillance video in the case of a black teenager shot last year by a white officer says he has testified before a federal grand jury investigating the shooting.
An Albany man has an unusual idea for generating economic activity off of the city's long history of ethically challenged lawmakers. He wants to open a museum of political corruption.
A Long Island man who went to Florida to have knee surgery returned home about six months later to find his house had been demolished.
Heavy rain and freezing rain is likely to stick around through most of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in parts of the central U.S. due to a slow-moving, complex weather system.
Social Security disability benefits are an important part of America's safety net, paying an average of $540 a month to people who are too disabled to work. But millions of people have to go through lengthy appeals to get the benefits, and Miami has the longest average wait time for a hearing, at 22 months.
Police: Civilians injured in attack near Colorado Planned Parenthood, 4 officers injured.
A man has admitted stealing human brain samples and other tissue from a medical museum.
Police have accused a man with a gun of threatening a driver's education instructor and her three students as one was attempting to parallel park near his car.
A Pennsylvania Senate committee is asking the full chamber to consider removing Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office.
Court documents show former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle and his wife finalized their divorce days before the disgraced pitchman was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for trading in child pornography and paying for sex with underage girls.
New Hampshire's Department of Health and Human Services has approved a lung cancer patient's application for an identification card that will allow her to purchase medical marijuana in Maine.
An Ohio woman has been fined $1,000 and sentenced to probation after being convicted of trashing a former co-worker's office with glitter and purple Silly String.
A former nanny for a Boston family has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $280,000 from her employers and using the money on vacations, jewelry and other luxuries.
Police say a 17-year-old boy has been charged as an adult with attempted murder in the stabbing of a schoolmate in a Baltimore high school classroom, leaving the other teen critically wounded.
Vice President Joe Biden is adding Rome, Italy to his European trip over the Thanksgiving holiday.
41 NBC's Skyler Henry and Amanda Castro provide their reactions to the shooting of the TV crew in Virginia at WDBJ.
Atlanta family finds newborn on front porch; police search for mother. WXIA's La'Tasha Givens reports.
WDBJ reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward shot and killed on-air during early morning live shot. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.
Friends and neighbors show their support for former President Jimmy Carter during his fight against cancer with campaign-style signs. WALB's Aaryn Valenzuela reports.
Family offers $20,000 reward for return of daughter's body. WOAI's Amanda Weber reports.
Hispanic restaurant owner schedules "White Appreciation Day", saying all Americans deserve to be celebrated. KUSA's Whitney Wild reports.
"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.