A man accused of shooting two Indians in a suburban Kansas City bar, killing one man and injuring two others in an attack that some witnesses said was racially motivated, has been charged with murder and attempted murder
Residents of historic Selma, Alabama, have found a common fight against city fees that threaten a civil rights celebration and scratched a Civil War re-enactment
Residents of a south Georgia are beginning to get some answers nearly 12 years after teacher and former beauty queen Tara Grinstead vanished from her home
A former Bush administration officials tells Tucker why he believes Putin has only manipulated the public and America's allies into believing Russia played a significant role in the 2016 election's outcome #Tucker
The NAACP is announcing plans for an economic boycott of North Carolina to protest laws enacted by the state's conservative General Assembly, including one limiting LGBT protections
The latest Farsighted show takes a look at the science and science fiction potential of the planet-rich star system that NASA and others think may be one of the best places to look for life.
Kasie Hunt joins Chris to discuss Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon’s joint appearance at CPAC and their controversial remarks about Trump’s relationship with the press.
An AP Fact check finds that too much credit is going to President Donald Trump on deportations, saving money on fighter jets and elevating women in the White House
A taxi driver caught helping a friend try to join the Islamic State group during an FBI sting faces a sentence of anywhere from four to 28 years
A novelist originally sentenced to life in prison in 2003 for the death of his wife at their North Carolina mansion is expected to leave a courthouse officially a free man Friday
Anaheim officials pressed for calm after a night of raucous protests that followed an incident in which an off-duty policeman scuffled in his front yard with a boy, drew a weapon and fired a shot into the ground
Massive flood projects have eased the fear of levee breaks around California's capital and other cities, but government workers are joining farmers with tractors battling round-the-clock to stave off any chain-reaction failure of levees in rural areas
Three occupational therapy graduate students at Western Michigan University are living among retirees as part of a social and communication-based research project