North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Alabama, Texas and Arkansas have become the first states in the country to refuse to take in Syrian refugees amid heightened security concerns following Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.
Some University of South Carolina students walked out of class to protest what they say are inequalities for minority groups.
The Obama administration has reached a $95.5 million settlement with a Pittsburgh firm that runs for-profit trade schools and colleges.
Children wanting to see Santa Claus at a southern New Jersey mall will now have to pay.
The US flag is being lowered to half-staff at the White House, federal buildings across the country and American military and diplomatic stations around the world as a mark of respect for victims of the Paris attacks.
A Florida man who allegedly set his father on fire has turned himself in to authorities to face charges of attempted murder and arson.
The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris.
Muslim-American leaders today condemned the attacks in Paris that left at least 129 people dead and hundreds more injured, and called ISIS, which French leaders blamed for the attacks, "an extremist group that has declared war on us all."
A former Wilmington resident, who is vacationing in Paris, is safe.