Evidence has accumulated against the two suspects in the murder of the half brother of North Korea‘s leader in the first two weeks of their trial.
Court records show a Florida man is scheduled to plead guilty to recording threatening phone messages at a mosque.
Alabama is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let it execute an inmate convicted of killing a police officer two decades ago.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the federal government must grant a pregnant 17-year-old illegal immigrant access to publicly funded abortion services in Texas.
An Iranian opposition news website says authorities have barred former reformist President Mohammad Khatami from attending a meeting of his allies.
A South Carolina man was charged with murder after police say he gave a 3-year-old boy a gun Tuesday and told him to chase the victim around the yard of a home.
If Republican Kim Guadagno wins New Jersey‘s gubernatorial election on Nov. 7, she may have Jersey tomatoes and cranberries to thank.
Church attendance rates may be plunging, but-make no mistake-young people still hear sermons regularly, but we hear them in movie theaters instead of sanctuaries.
Early on in my career, I briefly had a despicable boss who tried to manipulate me into a relationship with him.
A French ex-intelligence chief is expected to addresses failures in tracking Islamic extremists, at the trial over deadly 2012 attacks on a Jewish school and French soldiers.
A sweeping multistate manhunt that kept the Mid-Atlantic region on high alert for more than 10 hours ended when law enforcement officers on foot chased down a man they say shot six people, killing three, in two separate shootings.
Phoenix had the league‘s second-worst record last season at 24-58 and looked at least that bad throughout the opener.
President Donald Trump‘s special Mideast envoy says if Hamas wants to play a role in any Palestinian government it must renounce violence and commit to peaceful negotiations with Israel.
A Mississippi school is shedding the name of the Confederacy‘s only president and will instead be named for the first African-American president of the United States.
Some had just celebrated marriages of half a century or longer.
Catalonia‘s separatist leader is facing an imminent deadline to withdraw a bid to secede from Spain.
The London Stock Exchange has announced that its chief executive plans to step down by the end of 2018.
The Latest on New Zealand‘s government (all times local): 7:30 p.m. Jacinda Ardern will be New Zealand‘s next prime minister after a small political party chose to make a deal with liberals following the nation‘s election nearly a month ago.
Investigators say a pilot killed by a 2015 Dubai gyrocopter crash during the World Air Games failed to properly strap on his helmet before takeoff, causing it to fall off during a high-speed turn.
The Middle East may have turned a page with the defeat of the Islamic State group in its self-declared capital of Raqqa, but the future is looking even more tangled, and potentially as violent.
A judge has thrown out the remaining counts of a civil lawsuit filed by a New Jersey couple who say they were scared away from their home after receiving anonymous creepy letters from someone named "The Watcher."
Afghan officials say the Taliban have carried out two suicide car bombings at an army camp in the southern Kandahar province, setting of several hours of fighting and killing at least 41 soldiers.
Widely unpopular around the world, President Donald Trump can take solace in the adulation of Israel‘s Benjamin Netanyahu, who showers him with praise and even holds his tongue over issues Israel might normally complain about.
Afghan officials say the Taliban have carried out two suicide car bombings at an army camp in the southern Kandahar province, setting of several hours of fighting.