It was her very first carnival ride. A young girl, with bright red hair, was smiling. That ride quickly turned to terror.
Iowa's largest utility is in the midst of a $3.6 billion investment in wind power and intends to keep spending on the towers.
A federal judge has ruled a lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Corrections alleging inadequate health care in prisons may cover all inmates with serious medical needs in every state facility.
The calls to the crisis lines have a familiar beginning: "I'm not sure this is rape, but …"
Pope Francis wrapped up a brief but deeply symbolic visit to Egypt on Saturday with an open-air Mass for the country's tiny Catholic community.
Rodriguez is speaking to Trump on his own terms — seizing a domain the president considers prime real estate: The coveted magazine cover.
In cities around the world, many have regularly shown up for protests — week after week during Trump's nascent presidency.
Here why marchers staged a sit-in outside the White House and beat their chests 100 times in unison.
South Los Angeles is the site of one of the most destructive civil disturbances in modern U.S. history, an emblem of the country's racial divide, and a place where generations of immigrants have pursued the American dream. Now, after decades of despair, it stands at a new crossroads. In a special report, NBC News explores what has changed since 1992, when a jury decided not to convict four L.A. cops who assaulted Rodney King, setting off a firestorm of violence.