The GOP nominee launched a barrage of criticism against Hillary Clinton as he toured Colo.
Pioneering gay rights activist and former Navy officer Harvey Milk is set to have a fleet oiler named after him.
Convicted Illinois wife killer Drew Peterson was sentenced to 40 years Friday for trying to arrange the murder of the state's attorney in Wi...
The Hamilton County family set up a corporation to keep their identity secret.
Investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell chases the nation’s most notorious cold cases
They were three friends ready for a challenge. Together, they made it to the top.
But this lawyer won't replace the county prosecutor's team.
A police officer's body cam video recorded officers rescuing the suspect.
PHILADELPHIA — Hillary Clinton and Sen. Tim Kaine debuted as the Democratic Party’s presidential ticket by kicking off a bus tour through Oh...
Florida officials believe four Zika infections in the Miami area are the first in the nation to be transmitted by local mosquitoes.
The 1978 case garnered national attention and press coverage, including a 1980 made-for-television movie starring Mickey Rourke and Linda Ha...
Monsignor Vincent Topper celebrated his 104th birthday on July 28, 2016.
Average water temperature in the lake increased nearly half a degree in one year. That’s 15 times the long-term rate of warming.
She had been helping load the 3,200-pound unit onto a trailer when it fell, landing on her
Laws don't protect workers who are gay, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules. It's an irony when compared with legality of same-sex m...
Monday's anniversary also marks the day Texas’ new campus carry law goes into effect, allowing license holders to carry concealed handguns a...
Doctors worry the U.S. will see more cases of Zika-related birth defects
Smell the roses — not the corpse flower — at The New York Botanical Garden today.
USA TODAY will have live video of this event.
More than 5% of pregnant women without symptoms have tested positive for Zika
A 7.7 magnitude earthquake Saturday morning in the Northern Mariana Islands, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Police say the parents made the boy stand barefoot on hot ground in the backyard for 10 minutes as punishment and hit him multiple times wit...
The FBI and the Justice Department are investigating a computer hacking of the Hillary Clinton White House campaign and other Democratic Par...
For at least a week, public curiosity about Clinton was more personal than political
Was the race of the students at the party a factor in campus police using pepper spray?
For The Win reached a new milestone as its “Foot Darts” video surpassed 50 million views.
Corruption continues to worsen, despite U.S. billion-dollar efforts.
He was trying to kick an addiction to opioids. Instead, he died 11 days into his stay.
The ruling follows a similar decision last week against Texas' photo ID requirement.
Krispy Kreme doughnuts are addicting, but eating them isn’t illegal – is it?