Pennsylvania jury clears white cop in fatal shooting of black teen; defense attorney's office struck by bullets
A former Pittsburgh-area white police officer on trial for fatally shooting a black teenager fleeing from a traffic stop was acquitted Friday of murder and manslaughter charges.
Jerome Corsi celebrates end of Russia probe, says he feels 'vindicated' for not giving in to Mueller's investigators
Conservative author Jerome Corsi declared he’s “vindicated” after the Special Counsel Robert Mueller ended the Russia investigation and recommends no new indictments.
IS loses all territory but its shadowy leader still at large
The Islamic State group has lost all the territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria, but its shadowy leader and self-proclaimed "caliph" is still at large.
Accused college admission scammers dig deep for bipartisan political donations
An analysis of donations of the people involved in the college admissions scandal shows bipartisan political support.
The Latest: US-backed Syrian force says IS defeated in Syria
The Latest on the battle against the Islamic State group in Syria (all times local): 2:45 p.m.
Off-duty Chicago cop shot dead while sitting in parked vehicle, another man critically injured
An off-duty Chicago cop was fatally shot early Saturday morning while sitting in a parked vehicle with another man.
2020 Democrats' 'Medicare-for-all' plan would cause a massive doctor shortage
If Democrats seize control of the Senate and White House in the next election, "Medicare-for-all" will likely be the centerpiece of their 2021 agenda. Here's why that would be a big problem for Americans.
FEMA exposed sensitive private data of 2.3M survivors of 2017 hurricanes, wildfires
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) potentially exposed millions of people to identity theft and fraud after wrongly sharing sensitive personal information of survivors of devastating 2017 hurricanes and wildfires with a contractor.
Pope replaces Santiago bishop after abuse cover-up claims
Pope Francis has replaced Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati , the embattled archbishop of Santiago, Chile, after he became embroiled in the country's spiraling sex abuse and cover-up scandal.
5 essential router security settings you need to check now
The bad news: most people don’t give a second thought to their routers. This lack of know-how puts a lot of households in a dangerous position. The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has issued an alert about Russian state-supported hackers carrying out attacks against a large number of home routers in the U.S.