At a joint rally, the senator says Clinton is "far and away the best candidate" to lead the U.S.
As he briefed reporters on his city’s tragedy, a hashtag began trending: #DavidBrownForPresident.
“This game falls outside of our educational and memorial mission," said the museum's communications director.
A black woman's post about her exchange with a white police officer has been shared tens of thousands of times.
The Philippines hails a Hague court ruling declaring that China has no legal rights to resources in much of the sea.
The 28-year-old transgender soldier imprisoned for helping WikiLeaks had attempted suicide.
Two passenger trains, each with four cars, collide on a line with a single track, according to a news source.
Bernie Sanders is expected to endorse his rival, but convincing some of his fans to vote for her could be tough.
Micah Johnson, who grew up wanting to be a police officer, changed after his deployment to Afghanistan.
Philando Castile's girlfriend says his weapon was concealed when a cop fatally shot him.
The presumptive GOP nominee started his first public event since the Dallas shootings with a lengthy statement.
Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson tells Katie Couric that his recent arrest in Louisiana was unlawful.
The Indiana governor was never really considered a top-tier contender until the July 4 weekend.
David Cameron's last day as prime minster will be Wednesday, and Theresa May will take office shortly thereafter.
The police chief again defended the decision to kill the suspect with a bomb delivered by a robot.
Republicans call attention to what they call “a public health crisis” and a “public menace” that is destroying lives.
The party platform opposes the Obama administration policy of allowing people to use bathrooms of their gender identity.
The former New York mayor launches another salvo at Black Lives Matter after calling it "inherently racist."