In a hard-fought battle for the soul of this traditionally conservative Roman Catholic country, voters are deciding whether to end Ireland's strict ban on abortions
Disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein arrived at a New York City police station early Friday after reports he would turn himself in to face charges of rape and sexual assault.
President Donald Trump says the United States is "talking to" North Korea after he canceled a planned summit with leader Kim Jong Un. He told reporters Friday that "everybody plays games."
Authorities say two victims in a shooting at a suburban Indianapolis middle school are being taken to a hospital and the lone suspect is in custody
Soaring interest rates and a plunging currency have left many Argentines bracing for an economic crisis. As Ciara Lee reports, it comes just weeks after a sombre President Macri announced in a televised speech that Argentina would start talks with the IMF for a credit line worth at least $19.7 billion.
Twin Metals says its updated plan for an underground copper-nickel mine near Ely includes a 100-acre ore processing facility on the banks of Birch Lake, which puts it closer to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness than earlier planned
The typical chief executive at the biggest U.S. companies got an 8.5 percent raise last year and made $11.7 million in salary, stock and other compensation
Police say a young man who shot and wounded two people at an Oklahoma City restaurant was then shot dead by a handgun-carrying civilian in the parking lot
The Netherlands and Australia are holding Russia legally responsible for the downing nearly four years ago of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was shot down over war-ravaged eastern Ukraine killing all 298 people on board
Billed as a next-generation aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford will return to a Virginia shipbuilding yard this summer for upgrades and fixes to problems discovered during initial periods at sea