An American woman was killed and five others wounded in a knife attack in London on Wednesday night.
Three officers involved in the incident last Thursday where a suspect was fatally shot in the back have been relieved of their duties pending an investigation.
A vocal group of Bernie Sanders supporters repeatedly interrupted the Democratic National Convention — until the Vermont senator made his pitch for Hillary Clinton.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appeared with running mate Tim Kaine in Miami on Saturday. She announced that the Virginia senator would be her vice presidential pick on Friday.
Ryan Bundy, who led a weeks-long militia occupation of a wildlife refuge earlier this year, claims he was just a "rancher trying to practice braiding rope."
The highly-anticipated endorsement came two weeks out from the Democratic National Convention.
Following their sit-in last week, congressional Democrats stood alongside relatives of gun violence victims on Wednesday.
The ruling upholds a lower court decision that bars people convicted of misdemeanor domestic abuse from owning a firearm.
The sit-in began at around noon on Wednesday and continued overnight into Thursday, but the Democrats failed to get Republicans to cave to their demands.
Delegates being asked to fork out $3,000 to $8,000 for the four-day convention say the costs are prohibitive to political participation.
More than a week after the deadliest mass shooting in the US, Congress is gearing up to vote on four gun control measures, in legislative efforts that gun regulation opponents, including the NRA, have vowed to defeat.
Vice presidential speculation is one of America's favorite quadrennial pastimes, so we put together a list of the favorites to become Clinton's running mate.
Democrats will introduce a host of gun control measures, including one that would prevent anyone on a terror watch list from buying a rifle.
The vice president, who has long been an outspoken advocate against sexual violence, addressed a "broken" culture that allows rape and rapists to continue while silencing survivors.
Hillary Clinton has more delegates and individual votes than Bernie Sanders, but the Vermont senator has vowed to take the fight to the Democratic Convention.
Sanders intends to battle all the way to a contested national convention, even though the AP says Clinton has already secured enough delegates to clinch the nomination.
Both candidates released their required personal financial disclosures, but the filings don't provide enough information to verify Trump's claim.
Clinton's extremely narrow win in Kentucky, after dominating the state in 2008, comes after her comments on coal jobs sparked ire in coal mining country.
In a strongly worded letter to the Democratic National Committee, the state party complained that Sanders supporters caused an unruly and violent state convention.
The state meeting, which ended with security shutting the lights off on furious Sanders supporters, could set the stage for a chaotic Democratic National Convention.