A 6 year old Hispanic girl will check out from the Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital this week, after surviving three heart attacks and being connected to an artificial respirator for two months.
The requests of federal authorities to detain undocumented immigrants will be ignored by various Colorado chiefs of police, state authorities announced.
Many buildings in central Lynchburg, Virginia, had to be evacuated on Wednesday afternoon after a CSX train pulling many cars filled with crude oil derailed and caught fire, local authorities reported.
A telephone poll of Colorado citizens revealed that most voters consider that marijuana legalization has been good for the state, local media reported.
The Republican Congressman for Staten Island, Michael Grimm, surrendered to federal authorities on Monday, April 28 to answer to an investigation against him on 20 charges of fraud and perjury, among others.
The failed execution of an inmate in Oklahoma on Tuesday has unleashed once more a series of doubts on the death penalty in the U.S.
The state of Virginia approved on Tuesday a measure that allows thousands of young immigrants to enroll in state universities and obtain benefits on the rates of scholarships similar to the rest of students in the state, local media reported.
Kennesaw police revealed that a shooter entered a FedEx warehouse and killed himself after injuring at least six employees.
A 3-year-old girl who was kidnapped last Sunday in Huron, a small community in Fresno County, was found on Monday and has been returned to her family, authorities reported.
One in 25 inmates sentenced to death in U.S. prisons are probably innocent, according to a new study published by the Proceedings magazine of the National Academy of Sciences.
Hours after a recording leaked of racist comments supposedly attributed to the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, Donald Sterling, the scandal seems to be far from ending.
Rescue teams continue to look for a pilot who has been missing since Sunday, after an air accident between two planes overflying northern San Francisco Bay.
Emergency and rescue teams continue to look for survivors in three states, after various tornadoes hit central and southern states on Sunday.
Georgia police arrested two women during the weekend for locking a boy inside an animal cage, after the minor had allegedly misbehaved, reported local media.
The driver of a school bus and at least 12 students were injured, some of them seriously, when the vehicle lost control, went off the highway and crashed against trees and a light post, authorities reported.