Six boys remain in an Australian hospital after suffering drug overdoses at a private school.
A Northern California transit agency on Wednesday released a video recording showing one of its police officer fatally shooting a man fighting with another man.
A Kansas woman is reportedly facing a pricey lawsuit after a bank accused her of making dozens of withdrawals from a faulty ATM that was dispensing 100 bills instead of 5 bills, a local report said Tuesday.
The Colombian cop who commanded the operation that killed drug kingpin Pablo Escobar has been arrested for laundering money on behalf of a demobilized right-wing militia.
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, who won bronze at the 2018 Olympic Games last week, will give back his medal after he failed a doping test.
On the same day that now-disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein used her in defense of himself in a sexual misconduct lawsuit, Meryl Streep has released a fiery statement condemning him for dragging her name into the muck.
Audi is launching a vehicle-integrated toll-payment system that the automaker claims is compatible with all toll systems in the United States, as well as parts of Canada and Mexico.
President Trump said Wednesday the administration is going to strengthen background checks and ‘put a strong emphasis on mental health,‘ as he promised students and families ‘we are going to get it done.‘
‘I grew up thinking that you can‘t be beautiful unless you have a snub little ski-slope of a nose, like Kate Middleton or Mila Kunis.‘
He was rebuffed, then embraced, by Harry Truman.
Steve Wilkos wasn‘t entirely honest about his car accident last month.
A Pennsylvania psychologist whose affair with eight-term congressman Tim Murphy led to his resignation said Wednesday that she is pursuing her own bid for the U.S. House of Representatives.
A judge in Mexico has ruled that the arrest earlier this week of an alleged drug cartel boss in a city bordering Texas was illegal.
Sweden and Kuwait called for a vote Thursday on a U.N. resolution ordering a 30-day cease-fire throughout Syria to enable delivery of humanitarian aid to millions of people in acute need, and the evacuation of the critically sick and wounded.
A 51-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of beating his mentally disabled twin daughters, raping them and chaining them to a bedroom door in a case described as torture.
Greek authorities say an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.8 has struck off the western island of Zakynthos, but no injuries or damage have been reported.
Broward County deputies will carry rifles on school grounds "from this point foward," Sheriff Scott Israel announced Wednesday -- one week after 17 people were killed at Parkland‘s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Parkland, Florida shooting sparks debate about gun control and preventing violence; Florida State Representative Dane Eagle shares insight on ‘Your World.‘
The Republican presiding officers of Pennsylvania‘s House and Senate asked the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to block a new congressional district map that is widely expected to boost Democratic prospects in the November midterm elections.
French President Emmanuel Macron‘s government on Wednesday presented a bill to enforce tougher immigration rules, decried by human rights organizations as repressive toward asylum-seekers.
Sixteen years after federal prosecutor Thomas Wales was shot to death in his Seattle home, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Wednesday the unsolved case remains a top priority of the Justice Department.
One of the inmates suspected in the stabbing of an Ohio prison guard is a three-time convicted killer.
The stepmother of a 5-year-old Kansas boy who has been missing for four days was arrested Wednesday on two counts of endangering a child, Wichita police said.
A neuropsychologist has told jurors that a man convicted of abducting an 8-year-old girl from a Florida Wal-mart and then raping and murdering her is most certainly a psychopath.