A coroner says that the injuries of two students from a shooting at a South Carolina elementary school do not appear to be life-threatening.
The political arm of Planned Parenthood is targeting Ohio as part of its largest education and get-out-the-vote effort ever.
Congress has rejected a veto by President Barack Obama for the first time since he became president.
U.S. Chemical Safety Board releases its report on the 2014 West Virginia chemical spill.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday said New Hampshire's ban on voting booth selfies "is like burning down the house to roast the pig."
The suspected attacker, a teenager, is in custody, a spokesman for the Anderson County Sheriff's Office said.
The Senate voted Wednesday afternoon to approve a critical government funding measure—a move which could help Congress narrowly avoid a shutdown.
Josh Earnest called the action "the single most embarrassing thing the Senate has done since 1983."
The new troops will support offensive against ISIS in Mosul