The U.N. Security Council is facing rival resolutions calling for a cease-fire in Syria's last rebel stronghold in Idlib, "to avoid a further deterioration of the already catastrophic humanitarian situation."
Prosecutors seek trial for college student charged with Southern California synagogue attack that killed a woman and injured 3, including rabbi and 8-year-old girl
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson will be in St. Louis on Thursday to announce steps the state plans to take in addressing gun violence in the region that has claimed the lives of more than a dozen children
Officials whose offices are investigating the discovery of more than 2,200 medically preserved fetal remains at an Illinois house of a late doctor who had performed abortions for decades in Indiana will discuss the case
A federal judge has denied a request by Missouri to allow a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy to go into effect while the state waits for further court action
Four Chicago police officers fired after being accused of helping cover up the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald are challenging the decision with separate lawsuits
Backers of an Oregon measure that would create the most comprehensive gun storage law in the US have delivered 2,000 signatures to the state's elections office to get the proposal on the 2020 ballot
Imelda has deluged some parts of Southeast Texas with nearly 20 inches of rain, but officials in Houston and surrounding communities say that so far there have been no severe impacts from the tropical depression
To avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest, the Hawaii attorney general's office will take over prosecution of protesters arrested for blocking construction of a giant telescope
A Texas teacher has lost her appeal to be rehired after losing her job over anti-immigration comments in tweets to President Trump, CBS-DFW reports. Georgia Clark thought the tweets—one of which said the high school where she taught was "taken over" by "illegal students from Mexico"— were private . The...
A U.S. government watchdog agency says taxpayers could face potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in cleanup costs from abandoned oil and gas wells on public lands