Iran's U.N. ambassador says the situation in the Persian Gulf is "very dangerous" and talks with the U.S. are impossible in the face of sanctions and intimidation, while the U.S. envoy says Washington's aim is to get Tehran back to negotiations.
The National Transportation Safety Board is calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to tighten its regulations governing parachute operations after a skydiving plane in Hawaii crashed and killed all 11 people on board
Authorities say four people, including three children, found dead in South Texas near the border with Mexico likely died of dehydration and heat exposure after crossing the Rio Grande into the country
A pathologist has testified at a Navy SEAL's murder trial that a wounded Islamic State militant could have died from a stab wound described by other witnesses
Army officials have released the names of two soldiers who have died this month in southern Arizona while assigned to help secure the U.S.-Mexico border
A Texas man who was accused of killing his adopted daughter has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge the day his trial for capital murder was scheduled to begin
"Malibu is a perfect city." That's not what Meliss Tatangelo thinks—she says that's the attitude of law enforcement, who she says reacted improperly after someone shot at her car as she slept in it at Malibu Creek State Park in January 2017. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told...
A jury has recommended the death penalty for a Southern California man convicted of killing a family of four with a sledgehammer and burying their bodies in shallow desert graves
The General Assembly is heading for a showdown with Gov. Roy Cooper as a bill that would strong-arm several North Carolina sheriffs refusing to cooperate with federal immigration agents neared final passage
A Northern California man charged with killing a rookie Sacramento police officer made his first brief court appearance wearing a gauze pad covering what officials say was a self-inflicted injury
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Monday that she won't negotiate with Republicans who walked out to thwart landmark climate legislation, at least not until they return to the Capitol
Federal officials have released a draft environmental analysis for a proposal intended to stop rangeland wildfires in a huge swath of the West that hosts cattle ranching and recreation and is home to imperiled sage grouse
Mexico says it has sent nearly 15,000 troops to the US border. The force consists of "National Guard elements and military units," Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval said Monday, per CNN . The deployment is part of the nation's effort to slow the flow of Central American migrants north, per...
Colorado authorities are investigating what caused a bus carrying a New Mexico high school church group home from a weekend retreat to veer off a highway and kill two people