A federal appeals court debate over a pair of 50-year-old laws limiting out-of-state handgun purchases looms over the president's plans for gun control.
Leading analysts and critics of the US-backed drug war in Mexico say that the arrest of the world's most wanted drug lord means little to the actual street-level drug market on America's streets or to levels of violence in Mexico.
He wants to restore power to the states.
We asked Robert Menard, a leader of the Freemen movement in Canada, if the Oregon militiamen are terrorists.
The attempt on the life of a local law enforcement officer bears an eerie resemblance to the successful assassination of two New York City cops in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, in December 2014.
There is no precedent for taking away the highest civilian honor after its been bestowed but an Arizona lawmaker is trying to change that.
The Sinaloa Cartel boss has been on the lam since escaping from a maximum-security prison in July.
Former Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair didn't have the rosiest reputation, but was in favor of decriminalization when he was a cop. Is he really the right man for the job?
The infamous New Year's sexual assaults at Cologne's central train station were committed by men who looked "Arab" or "North African," according to witnesses, but violence against women doesn't have a skin color.
'I felt like a creature the state didn't recognize as human.'
Republican Paul LePage has been called a racist for his remarks, but his communications director claims he was "not making comments about race."
"Let's get the community back to normal before everything gets out of hand," the sheriff said. The two men agreed to disagree, but they're going to try again on Friday.
This morning, Oregon occupiers reject the county sheriff's offer of a "safe escort" home, a US Hellfire missile is accidentally shipped to Cuba, South Korea blasts K-Pop over the North Korean border, and more.
Admittedly, owning a mega mansion is kind of a moot point when you're on the run.
The black market for drugs creates all sorts of twisted incentives for agents of the law.
Despite dozens of rape allegations and an active criminal case, these fans aren't ready to let their icon go.
The ban is the latest sign that relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran are rapidly deteriorating.
The man shouted "Allahu Akbar" and may have been wearing a suicide belt, said Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henri Brandet.
We're letting the terrorists terrorize us, and it only feeds more attacks.
How can STI rates be up even though fewer people are having sex?
The reported bombing, which witnesses say caused dozens of casualties, follows three days of Islamic State attacks this week on Libya's biggest oil terminals.
Retiring Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey discusses what it's like to run one of America's larger police forces at a time of intense national scrutiny.
This morning, TransCanada is suing the Obama administration for blocking the Keystone XL oil pipeline, French police are investigating a suspected terrorist attack in Paris, a weed activists sends pot to Canada's MPs, and more.
In Alberta, Canada, when your boss owes you cash, you don't take it to the labor board—you abduct him at a gas station, take him to an ATM, and then head straight for a titty bar.