A male suspect 'brandished' a gun and was shot by Secret Service
The five-foot gator was trapped and will be killed for its meat and leather
Ms Clinton changed her stance on gay marriage, the email scandal and her ties with Wall Street
The Bernie Sanders supporter said: 'How is this happening? It’s just a hat.’
From rendering patients unconscious to putting women in prison, state laws in the US have become disturbingly creative
The whales endured a long ordeal as rescue teams fought to untangle the mammals from the nets using hook knives
Women who receive the procedure could spend up to three years in prison
‘We can’t be the United Nations. They got translators. We don’t.’
The new rule means anyone earning less than $47,476 per year must receive time-and-a-half pay for working more than 40 hours per week
Animal rights campaigners say students were ‘making light of animals’ suffering and mutilation’ in their anatomy class
After a long delay in the Senate, Fanning makes US history.
Most US states severely restrict voting rights for citizens who have been convicted of a crime - a law which disproportionately affects African Americans
Mr Kissinger, secretary of state turned private consultant, was described as a 'key architect in jump-starting wars'
The Land of Oz park allows visitors to wander along the Yellow Brick road and meet all their favourite characters from the 1939 film
A new measure has been passed by the Senate Armed Services Committee and could become law
Juan Camacho is accused of raping and murdering Veronica Rodriguez while her four children were in the house