Clinton went from backing "debt-free" college remedies to a more straightforward, Sanders-esque plan to pour money into public universities.
By Tess Owen
"Evidence has revealed that this fire was set intentionally" Major David Thompson of the St Lucie Sheriff's Office told reporters.
By Kayla Ruble
Miami Beach residents are protesting the city's use of the insecticide naled, but experts point out that the long-used chemical has never been shown to be dangerous to humans.
After federal officials made a surprise announcement that postponed construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe vowed to fight on.
Feds call for ‘voluntary pause’ of North Dakota pipeline construction because of Sioux Tribe objections
The 1,168-mile-long crude oil pipeline is slated to cross four states will skirt the Standing Rock's reservation and burrow under the Missouri River.
Inmates in more than 20 states are refusing to go to jobs in which they're often forced to work for far less than minimum wage — or for no wages at all.
By Joshua Hersh
9/11 families are looking for compensation, but a little newspaper in Florida wants to know what the feds aren't telling us.
By Noah Kulwin
Samsung is pulling the Galaxy Note 7 from the market after several instances of battery explosions.
Streams of "Pure Imagination," a song Wilder sang in the 1971 movie "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," shot up after his death — an effect often seen after musicians die.
The American Legion called on lawmakers to recognize that the drug has “potential medical value” and enable researchers to study whether it works for PTSD.
Canadian doctors can now apply to get heroin prescriptions for patients who have not responded to methadone and other medically-assisted treatment options.
In a two-page memo sent to FBI employees Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey defended the bureau's investigation into Clinton's use of an unsecured, private email server.
Democrats have a new explanation for why Hillary Clinton used a private email server while serving as Secretary of State: It's Colin Powell's fault
By Noah Kulwin
Airbnb issued its comprehensive report on racial prejudice on its service, and outlined a variety of changes to the service that it plans to make.
After a week spent attacking each other's foreign policy proposals, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump appeared one after the other at their first joint event.
Protesters are attempting to pressure electoral authorities to call a referendum on President Nicolas Maduro, and in some respects, the clock is running out.
By Falko Ernst
The gunmen are reportedly allied to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, one of at least 10 criminal groups fighting for control of the Hot Land region in western Mexico.
A new study of 800 recent movies found that women and minorities were underrepresented in speaking roles — and to an even greater degree, behind the camera.
By Jo Tuckman
Finance minister Luis Videgaray's resignation comes amid multiple reports that he convinced President Peña Nieto to invite Trump to the Mexican capital last week.