Theresa May is set to be the country's second female prime minister after her only remaining rival drops out.
The image of the arrest of a lone woman in a flowing dress at a Black Lives Matter protest could be one for the ages.
During the shootings in Dallas, says the city's police chief, civilians who were carrying guns "were suspects."
UFC's president confirmed that the company had been sold to a group headed by talent agency WME/IMG.
Perry, 65, was playing with the band Hollywood Vampires when he staggered off the stage.
An off-duty police officer fatally shoots a young man trying to enter his home after the two had argued on Facebook about Black Lives Matter.
Chris Kyle, regarded as the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history, was awarded five stars, not seven.
Micah Johnson, the suspected shooter in last week’s deadly attack on Dallas police officers, was apparently planning a larger attack.
In Iraq, coalition-backed security forces have dealt the jihadis a series of defeats.
It took the White House more than seven years to lock in Spain on his travel schedule, but violence in the U.S. altered his plans.
Deray McKesson was among those arrested in Baton Rouge during a protest over the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling.
Micah Johnson had practiced military-style drills at a school that teaches combat tactics, its founder says.
David Brown, a 30-year veteran of the city’s force, was thrust unexpectedly into the spotlight as the U.S. reeled from a tough week.
President Obama rejected the notion that this week's violence is a signal that the U.S. has returned to some of the darkest days of its past.
The Islamic State group's Twitter traffic has plunged 45 percent in the past two years, the Obama administration says.
Sanders is reportedly planning to endorse Hillary Clinton, a long good-bye that angered some Democrats who argued his protracted concession threatened party unity.
All of the money is to go to Sterling's family so that his five children can pay for a college education.
A growing number of groups are training citizens to monitor police encounters for excessive use of force.
Moscow on Saturday said it had expelled two US diplomats as a retaliatory move after Washington turfed out two Russian officials.