Crowds gather in Washington, Chicago, and elsewhere to register displeasure with the president-elect's plans.
About 2,000 mostly black protesters rally in Washington to defend hard-won gains in voting rights and criminal justice.
Outgoing Attorney General Loretta Lynch defends the Justice Department's intervention in cases of alleged police abuse.
The Falcon is the first rocket to take off since a fiery launchpad explosion in September.
FBI Director James Comey won't say whether there is a probe of alleged contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Obama has spoken about his Christian faith arguably more often and in greater detail than any other modern U.S. president.
Samaria Rice is disappointed that a Cleveland cop will again avoid charges in the fatal shooting of her 12-year-old son.
The Palestinian president says that moving the American embassy to Jerusalem would be a huge blow to hopes for Middle East peace.
"We waited for decades, sometimes feeling we had been left alone," the country defense minister said.
Home Internet, which came to the country in a limited pilot program last month, has been a dramatic change in daily life.
Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz will be removed at the precise moment Donald Trump becomes president.
City officials say the police department will be revamped following a scathing federal report on excessive force.
The city of Biloxi, Miss., is facing strong criticism over its observance of "Great Americans Day."
The Twitter comments came after Rep. John Lewis said, "I don't see this president-elect as a legitimate president."
The court will hear an appeal of a lawsuit related to Muslims detained in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
Gay rights, gun control, equal pay, reproductive freedom, and racial justice are among the focus of participants.
Martin Luther King stressed the need for economic justice much more stridently in the years before his death.
Birds took the blame for bringing down the jetliner that "Sully" Sullenberger landed on the Hudson River.
Republicans in Congress have already taken a first step toward repealing the law. Now comes the hard part.
More freezing precipitation is expected to hit a region where thick ice is already glazing roads.