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Detroit Police Chief James Craig described said the former officer "admitted that he did this. He said he didn’t mean it the way it came off.”
State officials have called the case “very disturbing” but insisted that the judge and prosecutor were constrained by Alaska law.
Rivers in the region are finally cresting and engulfing entire communities.
The voting program is working at Northwestern University, where new students are greeted by peers who talk to them about registering to vote and options for accessing ballots.
Local, state and federal authorities are searching for Maddox Ritch, a 6-year-old boy who has autism and went missing in Gastonia, N.C.
Defense secretary’s senior aide is cleared after three-year federal investigation.
Amber Guyger was already facing manslaughter charges, but police had not taken disciplinary action until Monday's firing.
In the wake of sexual-assault allegations from decades ago that recently became public, students protested Yale graduate Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Tammie Hedges, who took in 27 cats and dogs during Hurricane Florence, is facing a dozen misdemeanor charges.
This is a full moon that likes to linger low in the sky.
Unintentional shaking often causes alarm.
Two tiny robotic explorers took their first cautious “hops” — the first movements made by any human-made spacecraft across the surface of an asteroid.
Moisture from Hurricane Florence rotated back into the Atlantic and is taking aim at the East Coast again.
The agency is moving away from a consuming emphasis on counterterrorism to focus on foreign nations that challenge or threaten the United States.
Several people with spinal-cord injuries are now able to stand, take steps and even walk, thanks to the device that stimulates electrical activity, accompanied by months of daily physical therapy.
A new survey finds women tend to score better on a list of leadership traits. Despite these votes of confidence in their qualities, women increasingly doubt voters are ready to elect them.
New crime statistics suggest slight decreases in murder, manslaughter, burglary and other violent crimes in 2017. Rapes rose 3 percent.
Vintage typewriters are making a comeback. Sales have skyrocketed to about 60 a month for Gramercy Typewriter Co., with millennials steadily buying the machines and bringing them in for repair.
The volume of gas wafting from Esieh Lake could deliver the climate system another blow if lakes like it turn out to be widespread.
“There's a big demand right now for what we do," said Schweitzer, 79, owner of Gramercy Typewriter Co.
The Rev. David Boase admitted to USCIS that he once voted by mistake 12 years ago — costing him a shot at citizenship and resulting in deportation.
The two men will meet Thursday, the White House press secretary said, after officials had described a series of private discussions that pointed to Rod J. Rosenstein's resignation or firing.
Residents described a "horrible decaying flesh smell," and firefighters tried to use a hose to clear the road.
Dana Thomas Byrd stopped to see whether the man was dead, then took off in his car, authorities said.
Blacks and Hispanics make up only small percentage of medical school graduates.
Ten years ago, Austin, Minn., became one of the first towns to launch a community-wide effort to reduce the disorder’s stigma and make businesses aware of the needs of autistic customers.
How the victim of a sexual assault not only recovered but also regained her goals in life.
The father and son who allegedly killed a neighbor after a dispute over a mattress are back in custody after an outcry from residents.
An effort to keep after-ticket prices “reasonable” gets snipped from the FAA reauthorization bill.