That the first blasts of last Friday's attacks in Paris were heard outside Stade de France should not be a surprise. The French were hosting a "friendly" against Germany, with President Francois Hollande sitting among the passionate soccer fans.
Medal of Honor recipients praise Jeb Bush but offer stinging criticism of the current president in a new video released by the campaign that attempts to draw a stark contrast between the former Florida governor and President Barack Obama.
Surveillance video shown in the trial of Philip Chism, a former Massachusetts high school student accused of raping and killing his algebra teacher, shows him following the woman moments before her slaying.
Recent testing on the teeth, hair and bones of a woman and three girls whose bodies were crammed into two metal barrels has yielded information that New Hampshire authorities hope can finally give them their names back -- more than 30 years after they were killed.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says there's no data to support the "Ferguson effect," the contention that criticism of policing tactics are prompting officers to hold back and is therefore leading to a spike in crime.
More than half the nation's governors -- 27 states -- say they oppose letting Syrian refugees into their states, although the final say on this contentious immigration issue will fall to the federal government.