Federal investigators opened a probe into the fatal police shooting of Mario Woods, a black man, in San Francisco, the Justice Department announced Monday.
By Michael D. Regan
Three fugitives are in custody after an audacious escape from a Southern California jail last week.
Authorities are responding to a report of shots fired at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, a spokesman told the Associated Press.
By Larisa Epatko
Matt Kreutz got the baking bug early. As a teen, he went to a vocational school in Chantilly, Virginia, and encountered a teacher-chef who nurtured his “ragamuffin” students. That's where he fell in love with food and people who were…
When Student Reporting Labs approached teacher Bernadine Judson about collaborating on a story that would eventually air on PBS NewsHour’s national broadcast, she did not hesitate to say “yes.”…
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Officials at Volkswagen and the nation's environmental watchdog are keeping mum about whether any progress was made during a closed-door meeting on the German automaker's emissions cheating scandal.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Florida's unique system for sentencing people to death is unconstitutional because it gives too much power to judges — and not enough to juries — to decide capital sentences.
Federal investigators said there’s an 18-minute gap in the timeline of events on the day of the December massacre in San Bernardino, California, when two radicalized shooters opened fire and killed 14 people at a company holiday party.
Her music is rooted in her own coming-of-age story as an undocumented immigrant in America.
By PBS NewsHour
In September, Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti allocated an additional $13 million dollars in city funds to expand subsidies for homeless people. And in November the L.A. City Council declared a “shelter crisis” which provides expanded access to temporary shelters as…
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