A federal judge in California has decided that the widow of the gunman who killed dozens of people at a Florida nightclub isn't a danger to the public and will be released from jail ahead of her trial on charges of aiding the attack
The investigation into the sexual assault of a disabled black football player by his white teammates at an Idaho high school showed that crucial evidence was collected by school employees, not law enforcement officials
For 2017, Toyota has added its most fuel-efficient Prius ever: a plug-in gasoline-electric hybrid called Prius Prime that can travel up to 640 miles on a full electric charge and a single tank of fuel
A sheriff's spokesman says multiple people are dead and others seriously injured after a house fire broke out overnight in a small town in Oregon
As Syrian peace talks continue in Geneva, a group of women are holding a series of vigils aimed at raising awareness for family members who have been detained in the country. Last week they met the UN envoy Staffan de Mistura who promised to raise the issue of detention in the talks.
A key Republican congressman says President Donald Trump's $1 trillion infrastructure plan will likely include private projects like pipelines that don't involve federal aid but which have been hindered by a lack of government permits or regulations
An executive from a Texas-based restaurant chain plans to meet with American Legion groups in Michigan and discuss dress code policy changes after some group members were told they weren't permitted to wear their affiliated jackets
Former U.S. President Barack Obama and wife Michelle Obama have reportedly agreed to write two more books with publishers Penguin Random House for $65 million, after a bidding war that blew away similar deals set by predecessors. Matthew Larotonda reports.