A former Colorado officer has been sentenced to 14 months in jail in the death of Elijah McClain.
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An Iowa principal critically injured in a school shooting put himself at extra risk by trying to protect students from the teenage gunman.
The Supreme Court will decide whether former President Donald Trump can be kept off the 2024 presidential ballot because of his efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss that culminated in the U.S. Capitol attack.
The longtime head of the National Rifle Association is resigning, just days before the start of a New York civil trial that’s poised to scrutinize his leadership of the powerful gun rights organization.
New York state lawyers are increasing their request for penalties to $370 million in former President Donald Trump’s civil business fraud trial.
Neri Oxman, a designer, academic, and artist focused on the intersection of biology, materials science, and architecture, has been accused of improperly citing several sections of her 2010 doctoral thesis.
Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines say U.S. actor Christian Oliver and his two daughters died in a plane crash near a tiny private island in the eastern Caribbean.
In addition to “Starsky & Hutch,” David Soul starred in the Western series “Here Comes the Brides” and movies like “Magnum Force,” “Salem’s Lot” and more. He was also a singer and released several albums in the ‘70s and ‘80s.
A woman was pulled carefully from the rubble 72 hours after a 7.6 magnitude quake rattled Ishikawa Prefecture.
As the yearslong process to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill continues, Americans can now buy coins bearing her portrait.
President Joe Biden is under growing pressure to curb record numbers of migrants crossing into the United States — not just from the usual Republican critics, but also from Democratic mayors and governors in cities thousands of miles from the border.
A 17-year-old opened fire at a small-town Iowa high school before classes resumed on the first day after the winter break, killing a sixth-grader and wounding five others Thursday as students barricaded in offices, ducked into classrooms and fled in panic.
The lawsuit accuses 17 bus companies of participating in a “bad faith” relocation plan that violates state restrictions on abandoning “needy persons” in New York.
Glynis Johns, a Tony Award-winning stage and screen star who played the mother opposite Julie Andrews in the classic movie “Mary Poppins” and introduced the world to the bittersweet standard-to-be “Send in the Clowns” by Stephen Sondheim, has died.
Records released Wednesday provide a deeper look into the sprawling sex trafficking activities of financier Jeffrey Epstein and his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.
The unsealing of dozens of documents describing financier Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse of teenage girls provide a reminder of how he leveraged connections to the rich, powerful and famous to cover up his crimes.
Palestinian hospital officials say an Israeli strike hit a home in an area of southern Gaza that the military had declared a safe zone, killing at least 12 people, almost all children.
Rescue workers are braving the cold to save people still trapped under collapsed buildings in western Japan.
It was a classic Australian love story, set in a Sydney pub: Girl meets boy. Girl marries boy. Girl lives happily ever after. But when Mary Donaldson, then a 28-year-old from Tasmania working in real estate, met “Fred” — also known as Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark — in September 2000, she was suddenly plunged into an entirely different fairy tale.
Amid great hype, a new batch of previously secret court documents was unsealed late Wednesday related to Jeffrey Epstein, the jet-setting financier who killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
The Justice Department on Wednesday sued Texas over a new law that would allow police to arrest migrants who enter the U.S. illegally.
Social media has been rife in recent weeks with posts speculating that a judge is about to release a list of clients or co-conspirators of Jeffrey Epstein, the jet-setting financier who killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.
Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a ruling barring him from the Colorado ballot.
The Air Force has recovered the flight data recorder from a CV-22B Osprey that crashed off the coast of Japan in late November with its data intact.
Officials announced that crews have installed stainless-steel nets on both sides of the 1.7-mile Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Japanese rescue workers and canine units are searching urgently through rubble ahead of predicted bitter cold and heavy rain in what the prime minister called a race against time after powerful earthquakes killed at least 73 people.
Israel is on high alert for an escalation with Hezbollah after one of the top leaders of the Palestinian Hamas was killed in a strike in Beirut.
Two bombs exploded and killed at least 95 people Wednesday at a commemoration for a prominent Iranian general slain by the U.S. in a 2020 drone strike, Iranian officials said, as the Middle East remains on edge over Israel’s war with Hamas in Gaza.
A transcript of communication between traffic control and two aircraft that collided and burst into flames at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport shows that only the larger Japan Airlines passenger flight was given permission to use the runway.
Disgraced Los Angeles celebrity lawyer Tom Girardi has been found competent to stand trial on charges that he stole more than $15 million from his clients.