A huge majority of Republican voters prefer an outsider candidate to one with experience in Washington.
Princeton University said farewell to late mathematician and faculty member John Nash.
The Black Lives Matter movement is creating an environment that can put officers at risk, presidential candidate Chris Christie said.
It was a truly outrageous weekend at the box office, and not in a good way.
Pop singer Justin Bieber dominated the MTV EMAs with five European music awards Sunday night.
A media report says a school principal in North Carolina has been charged with passing a stopped school bus.
Sedgwick County Dispatch confirms at least one person has been sent to the hospital in critical condition.
Governors of New York and Missouri continue long-standing tradition wagering on the World Series.
A 25-year-old woman accused in the deaths of four people at the Oklahoma State homecoming parade is scheduled to appear in court Monday.
Construction is moving along on an expansion project for the Lord’s Diner on Broadway.
Charcandrick West rushes for 110 yards and first career TD in win over Pittsburgh
Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as the heir to President Barack Obama’s agenda.
A New Mexico man who had been watching TV’s “The Walking Dead” says he fatally beat his friend before he could become a zombie.
Supporters of legalizing medical marijuana in Kansas are planning a silent protest at the Capitol next month.
The average price of gasoline has dropped 10 cents over the past two weeks, to $2.24 a gallon.