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At least five people were found dead inside a Texas home on Monday and investigators said they're "not looking for a suspect."
A Maine man who is accused of being married to three different women in three different states is behind bars in Ohio.
President Donald Trump on Monday presented the border wall as a work in progress, hailing the start of a "big, big portion" with much more coming soon.
A smirking, pink-haired Texas mother was arrested over the weekend for refusing medical treatment for her 1-year-old who suffered second-degree burns -- as the mom admitted the baby may have had prior cigarette burns, investigators said.
Two teenagers are believed to have killed themselves within days of each other at a youth detention center in Louisiana.
The Border Patrol's El Paso sector announced Monday that its agents had taken 330 migrants into custody, hours before President Trump was to visit the sector to make his latest pitch for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar has relished the attention attached to becoming one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress, eagerly engaging with supporters and critics on social media.
An arts school for middle and high school students in Florida has hired two former combat veterans to stop active shooters.
The Latest on the Denver teacher strike (all times local): 7 a.m.
Jurors at the U.S. trial of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman are in their fifth day of deliberations.
A powerful House chairman is warning members of his panel that anti-Semitism will not be tolerated after a freshman member sparked a bipartisan backlash to a tweet criticizing an American organization that supports Israel.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul on Monday asked the state's highest court to re-sentence Jason Van Dyke, the white Chicago police officer found guilty last month in the shooting death of Laquan McDonald
A 60-year-old woman who moved to Florida from the Las Vegas area a year after her 3-year-old mysteriously vanished more than 30 years ago has been arrested on a warrant charging her with killing the boy, authorities said Monday.
The National Transportation Safety Board's probe of a fatal limousine crash in upstate New York has not yet identified a cause, according to a preliminary report released Monday, after weeks of wrangling between federal inspectors and a local prosecutor over access to physical evidence.
A Phoenix woman who has publicly admitted to vandalism along the route of the Dakota Access oil pipeline in two states is asking a judge to dismiss her as a defendant in a $1 billion federal racketeering lawsuit filed by the pipeline developer.
Sheriff's officials say they have found five people who were shot to death in a house in Texas.
The alleged ringleader of a foiled plot to massacre Somali Muslims in southwest Kansas is appealing his conviction and prison sentence.
Yuriy Bekhenik, a Massachusetts state trooper, and state police sergeant John Fanning are determined to help solve the 25-year-old cold case murder of fellow Marine David Cox, who was involved in a hazing incident that inspired the movie “A Few Good Men.”
A judge has overturned the drug convictions of 10 more men who were framed by a disgraced former Chicago police sergeant, bringing the number of people cleared in the scandal to 63.