A car participating in the parade accelerated and struck members of a high school band from behind, officials say.
State Sen. Don Huffines grows irritable when a child questions the lawmaker about the effectiveness of GOP-championed school vouchers.
Since much of the internet depends on Amazon's servers, many popular websites were affected.
Michelle and President Obama are writing separate books but selling the rights together, according to the Financial Times.
A witness allegedly heard the accused shooter yell "get out of my country" before the shooting.
President Trump calls the Affordable Care Act a "disaster."
Well, this isn't something you hear often in Minnesota. Police tracked down two runaway llamas in a Twin Cities suburb Wednesday morning.
"I need leadership help and I intend to get it," Travis Kalanick said in a company memo, after dashcam video hits the news.
The wife of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooter will be set free on bond. The decision earned a fast response from Orlando police.
"It’s live TV designed for the YouTube generation — those who want to watch what they want...how they want, without commitments."
Despite testimony to the Senate stating otherwise, Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke with the Russian ambassador during the campaign.
Live from April the Giraffe's action-packed pen in upstate New York.
The money is for a compensation program to pay victims who were sexually abused by Catholic priests.
The attorney general maintained that his testimony to the Senate was "honest and correct as I understood it at the time."
The judge who presided over Casey Anthony’s 2011 first-degree murder trial has a theory about Caylee Anthony’s death.
Federal prosecutors have received a temporary stay to stop Noor Salmon's release on bond.
An employee typed the wrong command, the company said, which crippled many websites and internet services on Tuesday.
Juan Thompson, who fabricated sources while working for The Intercept, made the threats to harass an ex-girlfriend, authorities say.
He later told news outlets he regretted the comment but complained of "booing and shouting" at town hall meetings.
The move would be in response to citizens of five member countries of the E.U. being required to apply for visas to enter the U.S.