A small riot erupted in Salt Lake City after police shot a teenage boy who was reportedly wielding a broomstick during an altercation near a homeless shelter.
Resetting the phone's iCloud password potentially blocked an alternate way for authorities to access the data on the phone without Apple’s help.
Saudi Arabia's coalition in Yemen is using internationally banned cluster munition explosives supplied by the United States, despite evidence of civilian casualties and the fact that the weapons fall short of US weaponry standards.
Police say a man wearing traditional South Asian clothing was walking with a young girl in the Bronx when a group shouted "ISIS, ISIS," and attacked him.
Workers in Charleston, South Carolina timed their push to raise the minimum wage with the arrival of Democratic presidential candidates for the debate on Sunday.
Doctors Without Borders said one of its clinics in northern Yemen was “hit by a projectile” on Sunday, the third attack on the organization’s facilities in as many months.
The president has reportedly met with both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in recent months, but he won’t make an endorsement until after the primaries.
The case of two Oregon ranchers headed to prison for illegally setting fires on federal lands has snowballed into a standoff with a group of armed right-wing militiamen.
A group of counter-demonstrators brandished sex toys and blasted the sound of flatulence during a pro-gun group's protest in Austin.
Police are refusing to speculate on the motive of alleged gunman Robert Lewis Dear, but he reportedly referenced “baby parts” after he was arrested.
An attorney for Rice’s family say a new report that includes images from two surveillance cameras contains “editorial comments that attempt to make excuses for the officers."
In response to the terror attacks in Paris, protesters lined up outside a mosque in Irving, Texas to call for an end to “the Islamization of America.”