New reports shed little new light on South Carolina killings
State police have released a number of additional reports on the shooting deaths of a mother and her son from a prominent South Carolina legal family
Sons of Confederate Veterans sue to return Georgia monument
The Georgia monument was taken down and moved to storage last year.
Heat a factor in death of Ohio resident at Grand Canyon
An Ohio resident on a backpacking trip at the Grand Canyon has died of a suspected heat-related illness
Powell says economy growing rapidly, inflation up 'notably'
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says the economy is growing at a healthy clip, and that has accelerated inflation
Fires destroy 2 churches on Canadian Indigenous reserves
Canadian police say two Roman Catholic churches on First Nations reserves in British Columbia have burned to the ground in overnight fires
Officer among 3 dead in Colorado shooting: Police
The alleged suspect has also died, police said.
Suspect sought after shooting at Iowa store wounds deputy
A sheriff says a Chicago man who allegedly shot and wounded a sheriff’s deputy during an armed robbery at an Iowa gas station and then evaded an extensive manhunt for hours has been arrested
Justices rule against NCAA caps on student-athlete education-related benefits
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled against the NCAA in a major case involving whether its caps on what student-athletes can receive violate anti-trust laws.
Tortillas thrown at team from Latino California school
A San Diego-area school district has apologized for an incident in which tortillas were hurled at a basketball team from a mostly Latino high school after a championship game
UK infected blood probe focuses on school where dozens died
A public inquiry into Britain’s contaminated blood scandal, which led to the deaths of more than 2,000 people in the 1970s and ’80s, began hearing evidence Monday