Police in Mexico‘s Gulf coast state of Veracruz say a journalist who ran a local news website has been shot to death.
The Latest on Catalonia‘s bid to secede from Spain(all times local): 4 p.m. Spain‘s Supreme Court has rejected an appeal to release two Catalan independence leaders from pre-trial detention while a judge investigates Catalonia‘s illegal attempt to secede from Spain last year.
The 2-year-old pup was found in a flower bed ‘on the brink of death.‘
He definitely didn‘t stick the landing on this dismount.
Rock and roll star Ozzy Osbourne has filed a class-action lawsuit against Anschutz Entertainment Group for allegedly ‘coercing‘ artists, such as himself, into playing at both of AEG‘s London and Los Angeles venues.
Die-hard Taco Bell fans will soon have at least one reason to purchase their food from a bona fide supermarket.
Austria‘s foreign minister has ordered an attache at the country‘s embassy in Israel to return home after a newspaper reported that he posted a picture of himself in a T-shirt sold by a far-right group.
It‘s an egg-cellent idea to celebrate with a delicious meal.
A charity sued a wealthy Florida businessman last week for allegedly failing to pay for the portraits of President Trump and first lady Melania Trump that he bid for at a Mar-a-Lago fundraiser in February.
A sweeping 1.3 trillion budget bill that substantially boosts military and domestic spending but leaves behind young immigrant "Dreamers" cleared an important procedural hurdle Thursday as lawmakers struggled to meet a Friday deadline to fund the government or face a shutdown.
Peru‘s congress is gearing up to consider whether or not to accept President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski‘s resignation following the release of several videos appearing to show allies offering state contracts in exchange for a vote against his pending impeachment.
John Dowd has resigned as President Trump‘s lead lawyer in the Russia probe, Fox News has learned.
Congress needs to pass the spending bill by midnight on Friday to avoid a partial government shutdown.
A U.N.-led report says 124 million people last year suffered such acute hunger that their lives were at risk, up from 108 million in 2016.
A Philippine police official says law enforcers have killed 13 drug suspects and arrested more than 100 suspected dealers and criminals in 24 hours of raids in a province with a record of bloody crackdowns.
A divided federal appeals court has reinstated the death sentence of Mississippi‘s only woman on death row, after her capital murder conviction was previously overturned by federal judges.
Two Sacramento, Calif., police officers yelled for a suspect to show his hands moments before fatally shooting the unarmed black man Sunday night, police body camera footage revealed Wednesday.
NBC has had a lot of success with its country crooner "Voice" coach Blake Shelton, so it was only natural that ABC would cast country star Luke Bryan to serve as a judge on its reboot of "American Idol."
The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local): 10:50 a.m.
Poland‘s government is distancing itself from comments made by the prime minister‘s father, who claimed Jews willingly entered ghettos during the German occupation of Poland to escape their non-Jewish neighbors.
An Afghan migrant to Germany has been found guilty of raping and murdering a 19-year-old medical student and sentenced to life in prison in a case that fueled a debate about the country‘s immigration policies.
More towns and cities in California are exploring options to follow the suit of the Los Alamitos Council and reject the state‘s sanctuary law.
Missiles that spit out warheads traveling up to 20 times the speed of sound and with the ability to perform elusive acrobatics may be too much for U.S. defenses to block.
Plus, Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook user data scandal