A lawmaker in Washington state is pitching an idea that would require kids 18 or younger to post a "New Driver" sticker on their back windshield, alerting other drivers to give them extra space.
As Applie tries to revolutionize watches the way it did phones and computers, it's also creating jobs - the kind of high tech careers President Obama sees as a way to build the middle class.
Anger and frustration continues to build on the University of Oklahoma campus after video surfaced this weekend showing members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity shouting out a racist chant.
The man accused of indiscriminately gunning down a popular Seattle teenager sat in court Monday as the victim's friends and family gave emotional testimony about the girl.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice? Get a box of rocks.
This weekend marks a half-century since Bloody Sunday, when hundreds of peaceful protesters were met with violence during what's been described as "the last revolution" of the civil rights movement.
It's supposed to be one of the best days of your life, but before you get to that day there can be a lot of stress trying to plan the perfect wedding.
Oregon's senior senator says federal policy for paying to put out wildfires is broken - at a time when fire seasons are getting worse.
Trash is becoming a treasure trove for scam artists in Bellingham, and police are getting the word out to the public about how discarded store receipts are driving a new crime trend.
Local and federal officials say a 17-year-old from Woodbridge, Virginia, helped an 18-year-old get to Syria with the goal of joining up with ISIS fighters.
Here's what experts say attracts youth to extremist groups.