Gunman Kills 26 at Texas Church, Injures 20 More Following Family Dispute
On Sunday, November 5, the First Baptist Church in the town of Sutherland Springs, Texas, became the site of the latest mass shooting in America. This time, a man identified by police as Devin Patrick Kelley entered the church during morning service and opened fire, killing 26 people and wounding 20 more.
Truck Driver Plows Into Bikers in Manhattan, Kills 8 in Possible Terror Attack
An unidentified man drove a pickup truck onto a popular bike path in lower Manhattan, leaving eight people dead and injuring many more.
Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort & Aide Indicted, Plead Not Guilty [UPDATED]
The former chairman of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, Paul Manafort, has been indicted on numerous charges, including conspiracy against the United States, money laundering, tax fraud and making false statements to federal authorities.
Cub Scout Den Kicks Out 11-Year-Old Who Asked Senator About Guns, Race
Ames Mayfield, a Cub Scout in Colorado, has been dismissed from his den after asking a state lawmaker some tough questions about gun control and racial stereotypes.
Boy Scouts to Begin Admitting Girls, From Cub Scout Up to Eagle Scout
The Boy Scouts of America will soon open up its programs, allowing girls to join Cub Scout units and also to become Eagle Scouts, the organization's highest rank.
Comedian Ralphie May Dead at Age 45
The popular stand-up comic had been suffering from pneumonia.
Shooting at Spokane-Area High School Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Wounded
A gunman shot and killed one student and injured three others at Freeman High School in Rockford, Washington, Wednesday morning (Sept. 13). The suspected shooter, identified as Caleb Sharpe, was detained by police.
September 11 Commemorated in New York and Washington: Photos
Today marks the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Ceremonies were held in New York City and Washington, D.C., to commemorate the tragic events and remember those who died.
Hurricane Irma Rips Through Florida Keys, Heads Up Southwest Coast Toward Tampa
Hurricane Irma finally made landfall on the continental U.S. Sunday morning, battering the Florida Keys first and then proceeding north to the southwestern coast of the Sunshine State.
Data Breach at Credit Agency Equifax Could Affect 143 Million Americans
“On a scale of 1 to 10 in terms of risk to consumers, this is a 10,” according to one fraud analyst.