After 11 were injured in an attack on OSU's campus, both student and city organizations fear attacks on their members.
Trump's first stop will be in one of the swing states that helped win him the White House.
Professor William Clark was struck by Abdul Razak Ali Artan's car during Monday's incident.
An unusual storm system spawned twisters across the south, killing at least five.
The police killing in Charlotte, North Carolina, that set off days of protests was justified, and no charges will be filed.
Pelosi handily took down challenger Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio.
A new report from the city's auditor's office puts livability at its lowest level since it started measuring - 26 years ago.
Dakota Access Pipeline protesters entered Wells Fargo's Minneapolis offices Thursday and began blocking employees on their way to work.
Diagnosis rates down nationally, but new metro rankings from the CDC show a struggle to combat HIV, particularly in Southern communities.
Vice president-elect Mike Pence's new neighbors disagree with his stance on LGBT issues.
Aldrin was part of a tourist group visiting the South Pole.
Schultz, the longtime CEO and former marketing chief, will step down in April.
As the death toll from the Smoky Mountain fires hits double digits, firefighters continue to search for the missing.
“Just the chaos, just the bloodshed; the horror of seeing all that. It is hard to talk about.”
While the headline figures are encouraging, the underlying data tell a more complex story.
Local fire officials were working on rescuing people who may be trapped.
A Change.org petition had more than 88,000 signatures by early Friday afternoon.
Businessman David M. Rubenstein has pledged the millions needed for the National Park Service to overhaul the Washington Monument.
The judge ordered the 12-member jury to try again to reach a verdict in the trial of Michael Slager.
Two injury-causing accidents are cited in the safety recall of certain Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ vehicles.