A Charlotte Observer investigation found that North Carolina medical examiners routinely take shortcuts in investigating deaths, especially when it involves an elderly person.
Despite Mitt Romney thinking about running for president a third time, it's not inconceivable that he would do well in a Republican primary after considering the field of potential candidates.
Searing hot flashbang grenades are a go-to tool during police during raids. They can be extremely dangerous.
Democrats unveil a proposal to implement a “paycheck bonus credit” that would shave tax bills of couples earning less than $200,000 and other provisions resulting from a fee on Wall Street financial transactions, and from the top 1 percent of earners, who normally receive billions in lucrative tax breaks.
The California senator plans to file legislation that explicitly bans “coercive and abusive interrogation techniques.”
The Affordable Care Act has cut the number of uninsured Vermont residents to just 23,000. The state's 3.7 percent uninsurance rate is the second lowest in the country behind Massachusetts.
Many believe the spike in quakes is because of fracking.
The scenario of what transpired in Longmont demonstrates what can happen when cities challenge the oil and gas industry.
A loophole in patient privacy laws makes it possible for you to relive a relative's death on reality TV.