Homeowners across the country say they are drowning in unnecessary flood insurance bills -- due to errors in the Federal Emergency Management Agency's redesigned flood maps.
Should people fighting for their lives have to battle red tape? That’s the question lawmakers are considering in four states where the “Right to Try” act is moving forward –...
National cemeteries across the country are starting to reach capacity amid an increase in the number of veterans dying -- fueling a push for the government to approve new...
Arizona is defying a federal order to eliminate apartments for deaf seniors at a housing complex built specifically -- for the deaf.
Widow after widow of the soldiers killed in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting described how the convicted Army psychiatrist's rampage tore open their lives for years to come.
Lawyers for the man accused of killing a dozen people and wounding scores more at a midnight movie in Colorado will be back in a Denver-area court tomorrow, bidding to keep a...
The self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff in America" took the stand Tuesday in the class-action lawsuit against him and the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department, defending his...
Jason Schechterle was living his dream, just 14 months into a career with the Phoenix Police Department, when tragedy struck.