Vermont's congressional delegation says the city of Burlington is getting a $500,000 federal grant to help create a new park on the Lake Champlain waterfront.
Five women targeted in the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts are being remembered on the 325th anniversary of their hangings.
An Ohio school superintendent accused of sexually assaulting a young girl is appealing his district's decision to put him on unpaid leave.
The Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act hinges in part on enticing young adults into the insurance market with cheap, bare-bones plans. The argument is that keeps prices lower for everyone.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has stepped down, reports the 'New York Times.'
The death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington came as a surprise to the world when it was announced, but it also struck similarities to the death of fellow rocker and close friend Chris Cornell, who killed himself in May.
Officials at a central New York college have identified a student from the Dominican Republic as one of two people killed when a taxi van crashed.
Police in upstate New York say a large brawl has left three people injured.
A western New York city won't be getting state aid to cover the costs linked to a massive fire at a former steel plant last fall.
He can go free as early as October 1.
Jury deliberations are underway in the trial of four people charged with killing a western New York man last year and attempting to hide his identity by disfiguring his face.
The junior senator from Arizona says Sen. John McCain told him about his brain tumor only at the end of a telephone conversation, saying he was "feeling fine, but I might have some chemotherapy in my future."