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A Wal-Mart worker group that has pushed the retailer to raise pay and benefits is launching a 15-day protest leading up to Black Friday.
Federal prosecutors said the long prison term would send a strong message to others who exploit children.
FBI agents arrested an Akron, Ohio man Thursday, accusing him of using social media to encourage attacks on members of the U.S. military.
A pilot who ordered an emergency evacuation after smoke was detected coming from one of the jet's engines is suing Allegiant Air for firing him.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is standing by his "best friend" -- a dentist convicted of health care fraud a few years before.
A 13-year-old South Carolina boy fatally shot one burglary suspect and scared off a second with his mother's gun, police said.The unidentified teenage
Bloomingdale's is apologizing after one of its advertisements received backlash on social media for suggesting date rape.
University of Missouri police arrested Park on Wednesday, and suspect him of making an online threat to "shoot every black person I see."
Howard University officials say they're increasing security on campus and at nearby Metro stations after an online threat was detected.
A mom charged in the death of her daughter — who authorities say was killed by an 8-year-old boy — disputes the claim she left the kids home alone.
"Why in God's name does it take an entire year to get justice for this child?" asked one clergy member during a news conference Thursday.
Two U.S. consumer groups and New York labor unions urge antitrust regulators to oppose big health insurance mergers.
The Board of Curators scheduled a 1:30 p.m. news conference Thursday to announce the person who will lead the four-campus system.
A drone-related incident shut down Seattle's landmark waterfront attraction. KING's Heather Graf reports.
Parkgoers reported seeing the sharp objects around Pepper Grove playground in the 2400 block of Park Boulevard at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday.
The boy, identified by police as Jayden Clay, was in a room with his twin brother when the gun went off.