The Reigners Bible Church International was just under construction days before a huge event that attracted hundreds of people.

Dania Cedeno-Delrosario tried to push her 7-year-old daughter out of the way as they were both struck when crossing the street.

Plus, Desmond Tutu rehospitalized in South Africa for an infection and a Dallas police sergeant files lawsuit against Black Lives Matter leaders.

While Cheryl Jennings has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of 19-year-old stranger Malcolm Evans, the motive is still unknown.

The Kentucky native was the first African-American and woman elected to the U.S. State Senate.

NEW YORK-Robert L. Carter, a federal judge who helped form the case against segregation in the historic Brown Vs. Board Of Education Supreme Court trial has died at age 94 after complications from a stroke. Carter was part of Thurgood Marshall’s NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund as a lawyer and helped win the historic […]

[Updated at 10:23 a.m. ET] A total of 3.3 million customers are still without power due to Hurricane Irene, the Department of Energy said Tuesday.

Heavy storms and flooding killed at least 29 people in Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky, damaged thousands of homes and threatened the heart of Nashville’s tourism district. Tennessee was the hardest hit, as muddy waters continued rising in the central and western parts of the state after as much as 18 inches of rain fell over […]