The poor black community of Kansas City, Kansas, is outraged but not surprised by the official wrongdoing that led to the conviction of a man who spent 23 years in prison for a double murder he didn't commit
Nearly five years after two unarmed black suspects died in a 137-shot barrage of Cleveland police gunfire, five officers fired for their roles are set to return to duty this week after an arbitrator reinstated their jobs
Britain will give Canada the shipwrecks of British explorer John Franklin, who tried to chart the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic in 1845
A federal judge in Louisiana has ruled a jury must decide whether the shooting death of a handcuffed man in the rear of a patrol car was a suicide, accident or "at the hand of a sheriff's deputy."
The Chinese government has collected tens of thousands of "voice pattern" samples from targeted citizens and is inputting them into a national voice biometric database
In a new interview, Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sgt. La David T. Johnson, spoke about her phone call with the president. Minutes after her interview, the president tweeted about her remarks.
Former Colorado public ethics official hired by the New York state Assembly in the wake of a speaker scandal says Albany job was 'a waste of money'
The Federal Aviation Administration is redrawing flight paths for airports around the United States under a program known as "NextGen" to streamline aircraft routing for fuel efficiency and safety and a successful legal challenge by Phoenix