Authorities have apprehended a man suspected in the killings of two Des Moines area police officers who were shot to death early Wednesday.
Pope Francis has ruled out women’s ordination, saying the “last word” on the question was delivered by St. John Paul II.
The decision, made in 1845, was made with quite a bit of common sense – for the 19th century.
The check-ins appear to be in reaction to a Facebook post that claims law enforcement is using the social media giant to track protesters.
Austin Harrouff is charged with second-degree murder in the Aug. 15 attack on a Florida couple.
Some Uber and Lyft drivers may be discriminating against riders based on gender and race, according to a study.
A Kent County postal worker is facing federal charges for allegedly opening people’s mail and stealing their prescription drugs.
One worker was killed and five were injured in the Alabama pipeline blast, which also sparked two wildfires.
Police say six people are dead after a school bus and a commuter bus crashed in southwest Baltimore.
Election Day is one week away, but the continuous coverage of the presidential candidates has a number of people feeling voter fatigue.
Three people were killed when the trailer they were riding on was struck on a highway in a small town in eastern Mississippi on Halloween ni…
A GVSU political science professor says the added attention from the presidential campaigns isn’t by accident and she’s not surprised by it.
A flurry of Donald Trump surrogates will be in Michigan this week, the Republican presidential candidate’s state campaign manager confirmed.
In most U.S. states, write-in votes for president are rarely counted, since the listed name must be pre-registered as a candidate.
The number of children hospitalized for opioid poisoning increased by 165 percent between 1997 and 2012, a new study shows.