The Confederate soldiers monument was erected 121 years ago and stands on the campus at the University of Louisville
Most US states severely restrict voting rights for citizens who have been convicted of a crime - a law which disproportionately affects African Americans
No arrests have been made, and no suspects have been identified by police.
'If that girl chooses to sleep with him, she’s just as guilty as he is'
Matt Bevin signed a bill requiring women to have a face-to-face consultation before accessing a termination
The clerk of court has been removing her name from the licenses issued to gay couples
'It did make me feel a little embarrassed, a little insecure'
Police reported a ‘series of brawls’ between people aged 13 to early 20s that affected ‘the entire mall’
Law enforcement officials shot and killed Floyd Ray Cook, a 62-year-old fugitive on Friday morning, ending a weeklong manhunt after the convicted rapist was out on parole.
Flames of alcohol whipped into spirals towards the sky
At least 16 deaths were blamed on a snow storm that swept across the eastern half of the US as North Dakota experiences -35C
Susann Stacy posted a graphic selfie on Facebook calling for help
US team in Moscow 33 years on from boycott but faces hostile questions over latest scandal
Actor Jim Kelly, who played a glib American martial artist in Enter The Dragon with Bruce Lee, has died. He was 67.
When Julia Gillard became Australia’s first female PM in June 2010, it was seen as a milestone for gender equality in Australia.
Royal meeting opens with international fanfare after scandals and bereavement