Judge Makes Crucial Decision in Cosby Trial

Only one accuser out of 13 the prosecution wanted will be able to testify against him.

Trump Pays Visit to Smithsonian NMAAHC

The president, called the museum "fantastic" in a brief tour of the facility.

Immigrants Strike Nationwide, Reacting to WH Policy

Businesses, offices and schools were expected to shut down in protest of President Trump's actions.

Wife, Stepson of KKK Leader Charged With Killing Him

Police say Frank Ancona was murdered before being left on the bank of a river.

Missouri KKK Leader Found Shot to Death

The White supremacist leader's death has been ruled a homicide.

Judge: NYPD Must Turn Over #BLM Surveillance

Recordings and other materials related a series of New York City protests must be revealed.

Philadelphia D.A. Bows Out of Re-Election Bid

Seth Williams, facing multiple ethics charges, says he brought "embarassment" to the office

Unrest Erupts After Paris Man Beaten by Police

After the alleged brutalizing of a young Black man, a Paris suburb ignited in protest.

Violence Hits U.C. Berkeley Over Racist Speaker

The planned appearance by Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos at the U.C. Berkeley campus had to be cancelled.

Trump Signs Order Moving #DAPL Forward

After months of protests, the White House greenlights what activists say will be an environmental disaster.

Gunshots Injure 8 at Miami MLK Celebration

A national holiday celebrating nonviolence and Martin Luther King Jr. erupted into mayhem when eight people were shot at a ...

African Nations May Intervene in Gambia Crisis

Several nations may move on Gambia if leader Yahya Jammeh refuses to step down

New Charges in Flint Water Crisis Announced

A total of 13 people now face charges stemming from the lead contamination of water

New Orleans Settles with Victims of Cop Shooting

New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu announced the city has reached settlements totaling $13.3 million

Slager Jury Foreman Tells Surprise About Outcome

The lead juror in the trial of the policeman who killed Walter Scott explains why the jury deadlocked

Somali-American Pol Threatened by Racist Cabbie

Ilhan Omar, who won election to the Minnesota House says she was subject to Islamophobic taunts

Ghana Voters Casting Ballots for President

The West African nation is deciding over staying with the ruling party or going on a different path

Joe McKnight, Ex-NFL Player, Shot to Death

Police believe road rage was behind the fatal shooting

Dylann Roof Trial to Begin Next Week

The man charged with killing nine Charleston, S.C., church members will try to defend himself in court.

South African President Survives Ouster Vote

Jacob Zuma faced ANC party officials angered over corruption scandals, but their attempt was thwarted

Fidel Castro, Defiant Cuban Leader, Dies

The controversial figure led the island nation for decades, maintaining the last stronghold of communism in the West.