South Korea's new leader has vowed to stand firmly with President Donald Trump against North Korea, playing down his past advocacy of a softer approach toward the nuclear-armed nation as he makes his first visit as president to Washington.
The widow of a Dallas police officer shot and killed in the July 7 sniper attack that left five officers dead is suing the police relief charity that has collected millions of dollars in donations since the attack.
A Senate panel has voted to provide an additional 4,000 visas to allow Afghans who sided with the American-led coalition and are at risk of being killed or injured by the Taliban to resettle in the United States.
State health officials say 440,000 Oregon residents could lose health care under the U.S. Senate's proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act, potentially causing the state's uninsured rate to triple to 15 percent by 2021.
The Republican-dominated Western Governors Association has endorsed the aims of the Endangered Species Act but asked Congress to make changes, including giving states a bigger role and clarifying recovery goals for species protected by the law.
Fire officials say quick responses by ranchers and others in Idaho to more than 20 wildfires sparked by lightning have kept the small fires from becoming major blazes like those that scorched the region in recent decades.
Two ex-members of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's immigration enforcement squad testified against their old boss Wednesday, with one man describing how the agency defied a judicial order to stop rounding up immigrants.
President Barack Obama addressed the Democratic National Convention Wednesday telling the American people that Hillary Clinton is the only candidate that can move the country forward. The president told an energetic crowd in Philadelphia that it's now the American people's role to vote in November.
Obama: There is no one more qualified for president than Hillary Clinton
Tega Cay and Chester battle for Little League district title
Rock Hill veteran remembers grandson, a USC med student who died while hiking in Peru
81-year-old woman on a coffee run leads police on slow-speed chase