Documents show construction of Miami area pedestrian bridge that collapsed and killed six people was behind schedule and millions over budget amid a key design change involving the placement of one of its support towers
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says the cellphone number of the Austin bombing suspect was of interest to law enforcement before he was captured on surveillance video at a FedEx store
An Arkansas judge has struck down the state's decision to issue its first licenses to grow medical marijuana, ruling that the process for awarding the permits and the rankings of applicants were unconstitutional
A senior administration official tells The Associated Press that President Donald Trump was warned by his national security team in briefing papers not to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election, but he did so anyway
Oil and gas companies bid on about 1 percent of the Gulf of Mexico waterbottom offered in what the Trump administration has been calling the biggest offshore lease sale in U.S. history.
An academic who developed an app used by Cambridge Analytica to harvest data from millions of Facebook users says he's being scapegoated in the fallout from the affair.
Puncturing stereotypes about apathy and powerlessness, legions of Americans are venturing off the political sidelines and engaging in a remarkable surge of social activism
A New Jersey law enforcement agency has rescinded its tongue-in-cheek prohibition against schoolchildren doing numerous activities that kids believe will make it snow
Some South Texas teenagers whose school was heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey and not able to host prom have a new location with a flair for fancy clothes