Trump is expected to announce three cabinet-level appointments, a former Facebook editor says fake news could have been fixed, US astronaut Peggy Whitson becomes oldest woman in space, and more.
Hundreds of students from high schools in Arizona, Northern California, Iowa, Washington, and New York have been protesting the results of the 2016 election.
California, Nevada, and Massachusetts all voted to legalize recreational marijuana Tuesday, bringing the total number of states with legal weed up to seven.
Nov 4, 2016
Donald Trump's anti-immigration rhetoric has hurt him in the states that would be the site of his long-promised wall.
Most Christian conservatives have hopped on the Trump train, but many Mormons are repelled by the mogul—and that could be the thing that keeps him out of the White House.
"We want the public to feel safe and not be afraid," a flyer advertising the march says. "So come out, bring the family, meet a clown, and get a hug!"
"I was going to fire them. They chose to resign."
At least nine shootings and seven killings are being attributed to the latest serial killer to haunt the desert city.
The Thing is advertised on billboards stretching hundreds of miles, from Arizona to Texas, but it's impossible to understand The Thing until you're staring right at it.
This morning, an attack at Istanbul's airport kills dozens, the long-awaited Benghazi report finds no wrongdoing on Hillary Clinton's part, House Democrats will spend the day campaigning for gun control, and more.
"Donkey boy, I'm comin' for you! Take off that mask! Are you Hillary Clinton? Who are you under there? Hillary, why are you hiding, Hillary? Take off the mask! Take off the mask! I can see your eyes."
When you got to go, you got to go.
Cuts to basic voting services are melding the right's enthusiasm for spending cuts with its more insidious support for restricting ballot access.
Spring break in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, is a month-long celebration of beer-soaked debauchery, which brings in thousands of day-drunk college students—and me.
A surprise interview with the lawless lawman.
The homegrown border militia had thousands of members in the mid-2000s. Today, the group has splintered into several rival factions, many of which still regularly patrol the border.
This morning, an Arizona man has been convicted of conspiring to support an Islamic State attack, North Korea has defied UN sanctions again by launching ballistic missiles, and more.
Does solitude destroy the human psyche, or does it allow us to see the world clearly?
One week after President Barack Obama declared America had become "numb" to these tragedies, another shooting has made national news.
Sue Ellen Allen went to prison when she was 57 years old and emerged determined to improve conditions for every woman who goes to prison.
Their lawsuit claims the state's civil asset forfeiture laws allow law enforcement agencies to rake in cash by seizing and selling innocent civilians' property.
It is the best place to start a cult since Manson took over an old Western movie set.
Five years after the brutal murder of Travis Alexander, and two years after the beginning of one of the most tabloid-friendly trials in recent years, Arias was finally sentenced in an Arizona courtroom.
A drug tunnel connects Arizona to Mexico, African elephants are being trained to detect bombs, avalanches pummel northern villages in Afghanistan, and more.