A judge ruled that the school district was not teaching religion when it offered elementary school students yoga classes.
With about 24 hours to go before the deadline set by Egypt’s military to work with opponents and craft a roadmap that moves the country past its political problems or have one created for him by the army, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is under intense pressure.
The simple, sobering sound of a bell ringing as each firefighter’s name and age was read brings home the sad story from Prescott, Ariz., where 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who died Sunday fighting a wildfire were remembered Monday.
Secretary of State John Kerry is hearing from European allies who are upset with recent reports that the U.S. has spied on its friends.
The brutal heat wave that has Southwest states in its grip is being blamed for at least one death.
40-year-old Jeffrey Olson is on trial for expressing his opinions on sidewalks outside three Bank of America branches. He’s charged with 13 counts of vandalism.
In what is being called the deadliest U.S. wildfire in at least 30 years, an out-of-control blaze trapped and killed 19 firefighters Sunday in central Arizona.
The Senate approved a sweeping immigration bill Thursday, endorsing a bill that would put millions of immigrants who illegally entered the United States on a path to citizenship.
Dzohkhar Tsarnaev is scheduled to be arraigned in U.S. District Court in Boston on July 10
“He has in fact broken U.S. law, in a sense that he has released classified information,” the elder Snowden told NBC News.