The Columbia, Mo., police department gave its officers body cameras in July, saying they could help exonerate officers from claims of abuse of force. After Ferguson, the demand for cameras surged.
The Georgia State Board of Education will hold a special meeting Wednesday in Atlanta, the next step in a review of Common Core standards ordered by Gov. Nathan Deal.
Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell said the extra money is crucial to continue such steps as training.
An annual U.N. report finds that more than 550,000 acres were cultivated with opium poppies this year that's approaching the total land area of Rhode Island.
Drivers locally are asking for a payment system that would bank one hour’s pay per workday to allow for summer pay. The union has voted to strike if the demands aren’t met.
For toddlers, the risk is in taking a fall. Teenagers need to worry about car accidents, sports injuries and assault. Knowing how risks change can help prevent fatal or disabling brain injuries.
A high-end jewelry company recycles the components of assault rifles into watches, rings and other luxe jewelry items. Each sale then funds the destruction of weapons in Africa.
The three-mile stretch joins what’s expected to be thirty-three miles of multi-use trails on a former rail line encircling the city.
When the Senate convenes in January, Georgia's two senators say they expect fast movement on key bills like the Keystone oil pipeline and potential showdowns with President Barack Obama.
Firefighters had to break a window to rescue the pair after their scaffolding malfunctioned.