The U.N. Security Council has authorized the world body's investigators to help Iraq collect evidence that could lead to prosecuting Islamic State extremists for war crimes
The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that use of hearsay testimony to convict former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson in the death of his third wife was proper
The Illinois Supreme Court says hearsay statements by Drew Peterson's third and fourth wives were properly used against him in a murder conviction
The most important stories in tech include Nest introducing a series of new products that aim to make home security simple. Meanwhile, Amazon is rumored to be working on a new device that will let you interact with Alexa whenever you want.
From The New York Times: Hervé Pierre designs for a very specific customer: First Lady Melania Trump. We take you inside his New York City studio.By: By ALEXANDRA EATON, VANESSA FRIEDMAN, STEVE BLISS and WILL LLOYD. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2yeWgA9
President Donald Trump has determined how he wants to approach the Iran nuclear deal — which he has called the worst agreement ever negotiated by the United States — but has not told even his top national security advisers what his decision is.
Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam squared off over how to handle confederate monuments during the Virginia Governor’s Debate, moderated by Chuck Todd with NBC Washington.
Employees at the Environmental Protection Agency are attending mandatory training sessions this week to reinforce their compliance with laws and rules against leaking classified or sensitive government information
A judge has ruled that some court records in the case of a Maine man charged with killing his mother, grandparents and their caretaker in a Massachusetts home will be made public
Yoko Ono has threatened a Polish beverage company which produced a new drink called "John Lemon" with legal action, saying that it infringed the trademark of her late husband. Mia Womersley reports.
The city of Birmingham, Alabama, is asking a judge to dismiss the state's lawsuit challenging a plywood screen built to hide a Confederate monument in a downtown park