San Francisco Police Fatally Shoot Female Driver During Stolen Car Probe
March 18 2015 1:34 AM EDT
The San Francisco Police Department stated that the two officers fired at the woman because they feared for their safety.
Nevada Bill Proposes Medical Marijuana For Sick Pets
March 18 2015 1:32 AM EDT
The bill is part of a larger set of proposals that seek to overhaul the state's medical marijuana law.
Military Aid To Yemen 'Compromised And Gone'
March 18 2015 1:21 AM EDT
The U.S. government has reportedly lost track of $500 million in military aid to the strife-torn nation.
At Least 3 Dead In Stockton, California, Grocery Store Shooting
March 18 2015 1:20 AM EDT
Police officials who are now looking for suspects said the people were victims of a drive-by shooting.
Missouri Man Missing Part Of Brain Is Executed
March 17 2015 11:00 PM EDT
Clayton, who was missing part of his brain, was executed Tuesday night.
Cyanide Found In Letter To White House: Report
March 17 2015 10:07 PM EDT
The package had tested negative in an initial examination for biological agents.
Presbyterian Church (USA) To Include Gay Marriage In Constitution
March 17 2015 10:03 PM EDT
Membership in the denomination has lagged, in part because of its stance on gay marriage.
Los Angeles Police Fire Cop Accused Of Murder
March 17 2015 9:00 PM EDT
The LAPD has officially terminated a rookie officer accused of murder.
Investigations Into Schock's Spending May Not Be Over
March 17 2015 7:09 PM EDT
Leaving Congress won't necessarily stem federal and state investigations into Rep. Aaron Schock and his use of campaign funds and congressional allowances, a source said.
Government Paperwork Is Newest Front In Clinton Email Battle
March 17 2015 5:57 PM EDT
Clinton never signed a form indicating she had handed over official records after stepping down as secretary of state, a State Department spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Critics Of Visa Waiver Program Fear Security Loopholes
March 17 2015 5:44 PM EDT
A terror attack in Paris has brought new scrutiny to a U.S. program that lets people from 38 countries travel here without a visa.
Syria Says It Shot Down A US Military Drone
March 17 2015 5:27 PM EDT
If confirmed, it would be the first U.S. aircraft shot down in Syria. Photos on Twitter of a crashed aircraft show wreckage consistent with a U.S. MQ-1 drone.
House GOP Must Find Votes To Pass Its Own Budget
March 17 2015 5:09 PM EDT
The GOP wrote the 10-year spending plan. But even its own members might gawk at some of its provisions.
Muslim Activists Criticize Bobby Jindal For ‘Fearmongering’
March 17 2015 5:00 PM EDT
The remarks are his latest attempt to burnish his presidential credentials at the expense of Muslims, activists said.
SEC Official's Flattery Of Private Equity Firms Raises Eyebrows
March 17 2015 4:36 PM EDT
The government's chief examiner of private equity firms has drawn scrutiny over flattering comments toward the industry.
NYPD Officer Charged With Hacking Into Restricted Police, FBI Databases
March 17 2015 4:29 PM EDT
“I can resolve this claim in your favor,” the auxiliary officer, posing as an attorney, would tell traffic accident victims.
Private Flights And Other Reasons Schock Resigned
March 17 2015 4:15 PM EDT
Reports that Rep. Aaron Schock spent campaign funds for trips, hotel stays and dinners doomed his career.
Secret Service Director Grilled Over Agency Blunders
March 17 2015 2:08 PM EDT
The Homeland Security subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee held a hearing Tuesday and put the heat on Joseph Clancy.
Black Lawmakers, Civil Rights Leaders See Racism In Loretta Lynch Vote Delay
March 17 2015 1:05 PM EDT
The Senate Republican leadership says the confirmation vote is being delayed by other legislation.
United Airlines Flight Makes Return After 'Jihad' Passenger Turns Violent
March 17 2015 10:41 AM EDT
The man ran toward the cockpit and reportedly claimed to have a bomb, but no weapons were found on him.