A freshman Democratic congresswoman from a swing district announced on Monday she will vote yes on both articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
A series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents have rattled college campuses nationwide as educators struggle to stop them from spreading.
At Syracuse University's wellness center, it's hard to find a clear path these days to even take a step. Students often cover nearly every inch of the entry hall -- sitting on the floor, talking, eating meals, doing homework, sometimes spending the night.
Mary Kerrie Davis had smoked cigarettes for most of her adult life, when she embraced vaping as a way to quit.
Multiple fires are raging in Riverside County, California, affecting more than 700 acres in the area and destroying multiple buildings in a mobile home park.
A pharmaceutical company that whistleblowers alleged paid doctors to prescribe its main drug and urged salespeople to push it as a way to control unruly dementia patients will pay more than $100 million to settle government fraud allegations.
As a college student transitioning from home life to dorm life, Steven Van Alen was jolted by a harsh reality of campus living -- the notoriously uncomfortable mattress.
Florida has launched a website to monitor generators in nursing homes and long-term care facilities as Hurricane Dorian gets closer.
More arrests are expected in connection with the deaths of a dozen residents at a Florida nursing home, a police spokesman said Tuesday.
When Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, a California law professor named Katie Porter -- who had been expecting to join Clinton's transition team to advise on housing policy -- thought she would sit the next four years out of government.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Sunday waded into the rift between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a group of progressive freshmen lawmakers, stating that Pelosi ought to "bring them in" rather than "alienate them."
Mitchell Lee was in an apartment across the street from the dorms at the University of Nevada, Reno, on Friday when his building shook.
Abuse in nursing homes remains under-reported in the United States, according to reports released Wednesday by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the Inspector General.
It's the stuff of nightmares: Your loved one, who you thought was being well cared for in a long-term care facility or nursing home, was physically abused, raped or even impregnated. And you had no idea it was happening.
For the first time since the Camp Fire started its deadly rampage 11 days ago, rain will stifle some of the flames.
The FBI has released new pictures of a North Carolina teenager who was abducted outside her home, and it is urging people to take a close look at surveillance video it says shows a suspect.