Minnesota Nurses' Strike to End After New Contract Ratified Nurses at five Allina Health hospitals in Minnesota voted to approve a labor contract, ending a strike that has dragged on for more than a month
Decision on Charges Expected in Fatal Police Shooting Prosecutors in Vermont are expected to issue a decision on whether the fatal shooting of an unarmed man by a sheriff's deputy was justified
Police: 3 Officers Shot in Palm Springs, California; Their Conditions Are Not Known Police: 3 officers shot in Palm Springs, California; their conditions are not known
Airlines Cancel Over 1,000 Flights Ahead of Hurricane Matthew The winds will make the runways unusable surrounding the storm.
WATCH: Man Who Wrote Letter About Yoga Pants Receiving Death Threats A Rhode Island man recently wrote a "Letter to the Editor" where he criticized women for wearing yoga pants, prompting local women to organize a Yoga Pants Parade in front of his house.
Bermuda Braces for Hit From 'Nicole,' a Cat 4 Hurricane Heavy wind and rain began battering Bermuda late Wednesday as the British territory braced itself for Hurricane Nicole, which became a major Category 4 storm as it tracked toward the tiny island in the northern Atlantic Ocean
Oregon Aims to Preserve Original Constitution, Warts and All Inside the white-marble state archives building, way in the back of a cavernous room, lies Oregon's original constitution
City in New York to Get License Plate Readers Amid Slayings Officials say a city in New York is installing dozens of license plate readers to help investigators collect key data amid a string of brutal killings
Police: College Students Shot While Trying to Buy Car Police are searching for two suspects who they say shot and wounded two Ohio college students during an apparent robbery