A white man opens fire during a prayer meeting inside a historic black church in Charleston, killing nine people including a state senator who was also the pastor. The shooter is still on the loose.
AP reporters find that inside the Islamic State's "caliphate," the paper testifying that you have "repented" from your heretical past must be carried at all times — it can be the difference between life and death.
The agency assured Congress that its plane spy program is a by-the-books operation short on HD cameras and rarely tracks cellphones from the sky.
AP's Ted Bridis reports that none of the data has been credibly offered for sale on underground markets popular among identity thieves, signifying espionage as the motive.
The rules were defeated in the legislature but the vote came to a confusing anticlimax as pro-establishment lawmakers accidentally failed to vote for it.
Families are focused on reuniting with the victims rather than on the cause of the fatal balcony collapse in Berkeley, California.
Jacob Lew announces that a redesign of the $10 will feature the first female on the nation's paper money in 100 years.
For the first time in more than 40 years, and perhaps ever, McDonald's says its number of restaurants in the U.S. is shrinking.
Brian Williams won't return to his nighttime post at NBC after his suspension ends for misrepresenting his role in a news story.
The first U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest will look like no other when golf's second major gets underway at Chambers Bay.