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In recent years, however, Detroit has seen a surge in cycling in the city, and is building the nation's largest protected bike lane.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton called on Congress to fix the loophole that allows people on the U.S. terror watch list to legally purchase guns.
Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says the United States has not provided strong enough leadership in the battle to defeat ISIS.
Fian Ayub looked like she'd stepped out of the pages of a glossy Western bridal magazine — save for the rubble strewn behind her.
In the year since Rice's death, a key question has not been answered: Will the officer who killed him be held criminally culpable in the shooting?
The Turkish Airlines plane carrying 256 people landed safely in Halifax, Nova Scotia, officials said. It was bound for Ankara from New York City.
Glenn Calderbank, a contractor, told NBC10 Philadelphia he was searching on Craigslist for construction materials for a job
"There was an attack on us before the terrorists hit, now we are more afraid of the police and what may happen."
The governor asked for a review of any possible civil rights violations during police actions during demonstrations over the death of an unarmed man.
Officials said missing Washington College student Jacob Marberger died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
The Crime Museum exhibits evidence, weapons and implements implicated in London's most infamous criminal investigations stretching back to the 1820s.
Edwards, a West Point graduate and former Army Ranger, is the first Democrat to win a statewide race in Louisiana since 2008.
Saturday's snowfall of 11.2 inches recorded Friday and Saturday was beat only by a snowstorm ending on Nov. 26 in 1895 that saw 12 inches of snow.
The collapse occurred Saturday afternoon in Kachin state, said Brang Seng, a jade businessman, describing rows of bodies pulled from the debris.
Terry Kemp was one of six Americans who survived the siege on the Radisson Blu, waged by gunmen shouting "Allahu Akbar," or "God is great."
None of the U.S. residents who have been charged with attempting to aid ISIS are Syrians or Syrian-Americans, and only three are refugees.
Word that top U.S. health insurer UnitedHealth might withdraw from insurance exchanges raised new questions about the future of Obamacare.
Former President Kim Young-sam, who formally ended decades of military rule in South Korea, died Sunday. He was 87.