A bomb threat in Walnut, near Los Angeles, led to the lockdown of Walnut High School and evacuation Mt. San Antonio College.
Legislation taking effect April 1 in North Carolina will require people to use the public restroom that corresponds to their gender at birth.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is expected to speak about the hateful rhetoric hurled on the 2016 campaign trail.
Social media users may be less likely to donate to a cause if they post an endorsement on social media.
An engine part found in South Africa this week will be sent to experts to be analyzed.
From Paris to Dubai, buildings displayed the red, black and yellow colors of the Belgium flag to pay tribute to Brussels.
The influential Silicon Valley figure, who also wrote a best-selling book, was named Time magazine’s “Man of the Year” in 1997.
The company received the go-ahead Monday to sail to the Cuban capital from Miami starting in May.
A plan to shutter five facilities would follow the closings of eight prisons last year.
After the U.S. senator called him a "threat," the Republican responded by calling her "the Indian" — a reference to her claim of Native American ancestry.
Everyone on the Boeing 738 plane was killed at an airport in Rostov-on-Don, southern Russia, media reports said.
Operators of the website, which posted a sex video of the former pro wrestler, say they intend to appeal a Florida jury's verdict.
New ads will urge the state's governor to veto a plan that would prevent the health service organization's affiliates from receiving public money.
The facility, which holds immigrant parents and their children, will likely be converted into a center for adult males.
The two senators' voting records seem similar, but they disagree on key issues such as immigration reform.
Two missiles flew about 500 miles into the Sea of Japan early Friday, but were not considered a threat, U.S. officials said.
During presidential election years, the side experiencing less infighting was more likely to emerge victorious in November, a study says.
High student debt and fatigue may be factors in why those studying to be physicians often have a drinking problem, research reveals.
Just 7 percent of those diagnosed with marijuana use disorder sought help for it in the past year, a study says.
Following Wednesday's OK by House members, the proposal still requires approval by the state Senate and Democratic governor.