A judge has ruled that John Hinckley Jr., who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, will be released from the mental hospital where he resides to live with his mother.
A Wisconsin state appeals court has ruled that two girls accused of trying to kill their classmate in an attempt to please the fictional horror character Slender Man should be tried as adults
Pretrial motions are scheduled to begin for a Baltimore police officer facing criminal charges in the arrest and subsequent death of a young man black whose neck was broken in a police van
A wildfire was fouling the summer season on a beloved and scenic stretch of the California coast, where smoke and the threat of flames forced the closure of state parks near Big Sur
Piers Morgan penned an editorial for the Daily Mail, calling for tighter borders after two ISIS fighters killed a priest in Normandy, France.
The U.S. Army general in charge of American and NATO troops in Afghanistan says the Islamic State group presence in the country is directly linked to the parent organization in Iraq and Syria
A judge has dismissed a manslaughter charge against a Florida deputy who claimed self- defense in the fatal shooting of a black man carrying what turned out to be an air rifle
One of the problems small business owners contend with has nothing to do with taxes or regulations; they're waiting longer for the check to arrive in the mail
The man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will continue to live under a number of restrictions when he leaves a Washington mental hospital next month
French senator Nathalie Goulet talks to Christiane Amanpour about the intelligence the state had on one of the attackers behind the Normandy church attack.
An aide says Hillary Clinton is "alarmed" by the possibility that the Russian government was involved with the theft of emails from the Democratic National Committee
A judge says the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will be allowed to leave a Washington mental hospital and live full-time in Virginia
A Wednesday hearing for Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich will be a first opportunity for attorneys and prosecutors to address issues surrounding his resentencing
St. Paul police say nearly 70 protesters have been arrested as officers cleared them from the street in front of the Minnesota's governor's mansion
O'Reilly responded to Michelle Obama's speech and said slaves who worked at the White House "were well fed and had decent lodgings."
A yorkie and a pitbull that were found on a scalding hot roof are in recovery in guarded condition. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.