Feds Reach Settlement Over Police Use of Force in Cleveland
Sources say the Justice Department has reached a settlement with the city over police conduct that has shown a "pattern and practice" of unnecessary force.
Texans cancel first day of OTAs because of severe flooding
The Texans canceled their first day of organized team activities because of severe flooding in Houston that has submerged many roads and highways.
Mavericks should focus attention on signing DeAndre Jordan
DeAndre Jordan represents the Mavericks' last hope to put a championship-caliber team together around Dirk Nowitzki before he retires.
Touching photo of young friends with cancer hugging goes viral
The sweet friendship between two girls, 5 and 2, fighting cancer has touched thousands after one of their moms posted a photo of the pair to social media.
Pet of the Week: 3-month-old Labrador Retriever mix named Spanky
Our Pet of the Week on Tuesday, May 26, is a 3-month-old male Labrador Retriever mix named Spanky. Please give him a good home!
McCain Receives Potential Democratic Rival for Senate Bid
Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick announces bid to unseat Sen. John McCain
Rafael Nadal extends French Open win streak to 36 matches
Rafael Nadal began his bid for title No. 10 at the clay-court Grand Slam tournament with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Quentin Halys.
'Come back, daddy': Four-year-old boy's heartbreaking plea at grave of Marine father
A 4-year-old boy made a heartbreaking plea at the grave of his soldier father on Memorial Day.
Missing Mom: 'I'm in a House. I'm Floating Down the River'
Julie Shields said that her sister Laura McComb had been in touch with her Saturday night when the rain started pouring down in Wimberley, Texas.
Ken Hitchcock agrees to continue as Blues coach
Ken Hitchcock is returning to St. Louis' bench on a one-year contract.
2 Dead, Drivers Stranded by Houston-Area Flash Flooding
Roadways in the Houston area are blocked, drivers are stranded and homes were destroyed due to flash flooding, officials said.
Flooding in Texas sweeps away vacation home, 12 missing
Recovery teams were resuming the search early Tuesday for 12 members of two families who are missing after a rain-swollen river in Central Texas carried a vacation home off its foundation, slamming it into a bridge downstream.