The Kentucky Department of Education wants the names of every teacher who has called in sick, forcing hundreds of schools to close across the state.
U.S. employers are thought to have extended their streak of hiring in February even as the overall economy is showing signs of slowing.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the United States has asked Moscow’s advice in dealing with North Korea before a summit between President Donald Trump and the North Korean leader.
A South Florida woman was arrested Sunday for allegedly sex-trafficking teens by introducing them to a phone app to advertise themselves for prostitution, investigators said.
In a matter of weeks, a very wet winter has greatly reduced drought conditions that have plagued California.
The former prison guard who confessed to fatally shooting five women in a Florida bank on Wednesday had no connection to his victims or the bank, police said.
White House officials and congressional aides are returning to discussions Sunday to find a way to reopen the government after emerging from the first round of weekend talks without a breakthrough.
Hundreds of cops packed a California church Saturday in final salute to police officer Ronil Singh who was killed the day after Christmas when he stopped an illegal immigrant suspected of driving drunk.
Johnny Oliphant, who is charged in the fatal shooting of his wife, is being sued by his son for her “wrongful death”