Facing a rising death toll, hit hard by the opioid crisis wracking the nation, the DEA and the Attorney General's office in New Hampshire and law-enforcement across the state have launched a collaborative program that trains officers and prosecutors to treat overdoses as crime scenes.
Vice President Mike Pence ended his trip to Asia on Monday with a thanks to U.S. service members based in Hawaii and promises of robust military spending under President Donald Trump.
Police have identified a man accused of driving a stolen car toward a police officer in suburban Baltimore, leading to a shooting by the officer.
Two condemned killers in Arkansas are set to die Monday in the first double execution in the United States since 2000.
Federal officials in South Dakota said Monday that 15 people have been indicted for illegally trafficking eagles and other migratory birds after a two-year undercover operation potentially involving hundreds of birds.
University of Iowa athletic director Gary Barta said Monday that three rounds of complaints from parents and field hockey players prompted an investigation into the program that ultimately led to the firing of coach Tracey Griesbaum in 2014.
Shares in Unisys Corp. surged on Monday after its adjusted quarterly earnings topped Wall Street expectations.
Between 40 and 60 teens jumped on an Oakland subway train over the weekend, then robbed and beat passengers before disappearing into the night, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Monday.
Retired Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz will deliver the commencement address at a private Rhode Island university.
University of California, Berkeley students who invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus filed a lawsuit Monday against the university, saying it is discriminating against conservative speakers and violating students' rights to free speech.
A former classmate of a missing New Jersey woman admitted Monday he helped throw her body into a river and agreed to testify against another friend who's accused of strangling the woman and stealing thousands of dollars from her.
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A prominent tax protester has been convicted of issuing fake financial documents to banks and the U.S. Treasury, and failing to file tax returns.
Attorneys general from 20 states and the District of Columbia are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say is helping protect student loan borrowers.
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Jericka Northness said she is terrified to close her eyes at night, knowing she might wake up to the same eyes staring back at her. “We wake up in the middle of the night and adrenaline is going, even though nothing is wrong,” said her boyfriend, Brian McCartney.
Dallas police said a man has fatally shot his boss and killed himself inside an office building Monday.
An Ohio judge has rejected a request to move the trial of two men charged in a 2015 house fire that resulted in the death of a firefighter.
A top Justice Department national security official says foreign governments that work with criminal hackers make their operations vulnerable to being exposed and disrupted.
Police in New Mexico have identified the woman who was hit and killed by her own car Thursday.
The verdict could indicate what's to come for Cliven Bundy and his eldest sons.