New Orleans is the front-runner, according to a Yahoo report, while ESPN says Chicago and Brooklyn are also in the mix.
Erica Smegielski, daughter of slain Sandy Hook principal, will speak in Philadelphia on Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention.
Ivanka Trump says her father will be champion for women's rights, equal wages and "fighter" for his country. Trump promised a "movement."
Report released to Patch, following a freedom of information request, includes many never before reported details.
There's an international movement to stop taxing women for monthly necessities.
From Richmond to the White House? Former Virginia governor and current U.S. senator is Clinton's choice.
Temperatures will feel like over 100 degrees in parts of the country this weekend.
The alleged perpetrators of the attack remain on the loose.
Video: Plagiarized speech passages, an address about gay rights from a gay man, a refusal to be a "servile puppy dog" and a personal feud.
A baby was born with microcephaly in New York City, the first such case in NYC, the city announced.
Heat exhaustion a "silent killer," the National Weather Service says, and the cumulative effect of an extended heat wave increases stress.
Experts say drug-resistant microbes could have a devastating impact on public health without serious reform.
Powerball drawing Saturday night. Here are the winning numbers. What if nobody wins?
Very little trouble during Republican Convention week in the streets of a "great Midwestern city" run by Democrats.
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Evacuations are in place for more than 1,500 homes as the Santa Clarita fire continues to grow.
The Florida congresswoman will resign following a series of leaked emails that questioned the DNC's partiality.
Club Blu in Fort Myers was the scene of the shooting early Monday morning.
As the Sand Fire ravages 33,000 acres and displaces 22,000 people, authorities are begging residents to heed evacuation orders.
"When you have the nuclear codes at your fingertips, you can't have thin skin," the first lady said, strongly endorsing Hillary Clinton.