Carson hurled his latest attack against Blacks and abortion during an appearance Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press, where he compared women who terminate their pregnancies to "slave owners."
After months of being on the defensive, Hillary Clinton on Thursday fended off 11 hours of hostile questioning from Republicans looking into the Benghazi attacks on Sept. 11, 2012--and, in the process, demonstrated a temperament that was nothing short of presidential.
Details about just what happened on Wednesday remain unclear. And hours after the incident, the family's attorney, William H. Murphy, Jr. tweeted a statement requesting privacy.
A popular Florida church drummer, who was shot and killed by a plainclothes police officer as he waited for a tow truck, had a gun but never fired it, according to his family's lawyer.
In a page ripped from a Hollywood film about a broken criminal justice system, a judge in Marion, Alabama is under fire for ordering poor offenders to donate blood or go to jail.
A high school freshman in Oxon Hill, Maryland died Monday after police said he and his brother tried to break up a fight between his mother and her boyfriend.
Ending months of speculation, Vice President Joe Biden announced that he will not be seeking the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. He was flanked by his wife Jill Biden and accompanied by President Barack Obama.
Social media users were critical in August when Marie Holmes, 26, of Wilmington, North Carolina paid $9 million to twice bail out her fiancé, Lamarr McDow, from jail.
Washington Post congressional reporter Paul Kane tweeted an apology to his 10,000 followers late Monday after editors mistakenly published a story headlined "Biden to launch presidential campaign," according to Politico.
The Huffington Post reports that a court filing on Monday showed that lawyers for Ferguson and civil rights attorneys, who represent poor defendants held in Ferguson's jail, have "been engaged in meaningful settlement discussions."