The Fort Meade, Maryland, soldier convicted of killing his then-14-year-old girlfriend’s mother argued his statements to police should have been suppressed because he was under duress.
Luluvioletta Bandera-Margret, 7, and Lilianais Griffith, 14, have been missing since Saturday. Texas police have identified a 44-year-old man as a suspect.
About 40,000 pounds of avocados spilled onto a Texas highway Thursday after a big rig carrying them crashed and caught fire.
Texas Congressman Joe Barton apologized on Wednesday after a nude photo of him circulated on social media.
“This is the way that I’m built. This is the way that I was born,” traffic anchor Demetria Obilor said in her now viral video, addressing the haters.
Twenty-six people are dead after 26-year-old Devin Kelley walked into a Baptist church in a small Texas community on Sunday morning and opened fire. See photos.
Some conservatives here are newly confronting polarizing questions in American political discourse: What role do humans play in global warming and the worsening of storms like Harvey?
The paleo diet follows the premise that we should eat today the same foods as our Paleolithic ancestors — primarily meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and seafood. But should our babies eat that way?
In the midst of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the American Red Cross is helping in both Texas and Florida and has even set aside resources for the possibility of another hurricane.
As Maryland schools prepare for the first day of school, two county school systems are launching efforts to help schoolchildren affected by Harvey.
Nearly a week after Harvey crashed into the Texas coastline, the Houston area is beginning its slow recovery from the storm’s catastrophic damage.
It’s not just people being evacuated from parts of Texas and Louisiana who have been devastated by Harvey, but animals in shelters, too.
A local rescue team is hard at work in Kingwood, Texas, helping victims of Harvey.
All told, hundreds of people have had to be rescued as rapidly rising floodwaters overtook their homes. Shelters offering refuge are crowded with thousands of people and running out of cots.
Most news reporters try to stay out of their stories, but say the dire situations they’ve seen because of Hurricane Harvey and its remnants left them no choice.