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In address at criminal justice conference, attorney general says the dip reflects new policies aimed at lessening reliance on incarceration.
Tanya Singleton, who has cancer, will not serve time for refusing to testify before a grand jury weighing charges in the Hernandez murder case.
Chelsea Manning’s lawyers officially filed a lawsuit against against the Department of Defense in an effort to get gender-reassignment surgery.
The NYPD's Bill Bratton says the threat from ISIS, Khorasan and others means the U.S. is in its riskiest period since 9/11 -- and the risk is rising.
District attorney says "assault on people because of their sexual orientation" has no place in Philly.
Former President Bill Clinton greeted President Obama onstage at the Clinton Global Initiative on Tuesday with a hearty handshake and a few jokes.
Birmingham police have not confirmed whether a fired UPS worker who returned to his office and killed two supervisors had a history of violence or other workplace issues.
New video released by the Gainesville Police Department shows the suspect in the University of Florida assaults throw a road cone into traffic.
Documentarians Patrick Bresnan and Ivete Lucas who interviewed Eric Frein in 2010 describe the accused cop-killer.
Jury selection in Phillipos' trial will begin next Monday. The government says its case is expected to run five days.
Scalding lava burns part of Hawaii's Big Island as officials from the U.S. Geological Society's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory say the flow from Kilauea is slowing.
A motorcyclists involved in a small crash says the former boxing champ came to his aid. KNSV's Amber Dixon reports.
Some Houston, Texas residents say that due to nudity, a recently installed statue belongs in a strip club, not on the street. KPRC's Jennifer Bauer reports.
A Nusra fighter in Syria talks about the U.S. airstrikes and vows to 'keep on fighting the enemies' so that they can 'implement the law of Allah.'
After a pizza delivery driver was injured in a crash in Portland, Oregon, two police officers completed the delivery for him.
Police do not think a University of Virginia student who has been missing for more than a week knew the man they have labeled as a person of interest.
NBC News' Mark Murray and Carrie Dann discuss how the launch of airstrikes in Syria overnight against ISIS targets have changed the tone and focus of President Obama's visit to the United Nations this week.
Director of Operations Lt. Gen. William Mayville shows before and after pictures of locations that were targets of coalition airstrikes in Syria.