Guns are so hard-wired into Texas culture that last week's deadly rampage at Santa Fe High School is considered unlikely to result in any significant restrictions on access to weapons in the Lone Star State
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is being questioned by anti-corruption police about a graft scandal that could lead to criminal charges against him
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is strongly criticizing Hezbollah for operating as the most heavily armed militia and a political party in Lebanon and urges the group to halt military activities inside and outside the country, including in Syria
Beaten in the Republican U.S. Senate primary, Don Blankenship is continuing his fight to unseat Democratic incumbent Joe Manchin of West Virginia, announcing he's been nominated for the November race by the Constitution Party.
The principal of an Oregon high school will leave and its school district will commit to improving the climate for LGBTQ students as part of a settlement reached between the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon and the district
Wall Street climbed on Monday after the U.S. and China put their trade differences "on hold". As Fred Katayama reports, a flurry of deal activity also boosted stocks.
Japanese electronics and entertainment company Sony Corp. is investing $9 billion mostly in image sensors over the next three years and acquiring a bigger stake in EMI Music Publishing
A Louisiana judge has ordered the release of an inmate whose attorneys have accused prosecutors of withholding "staggering" evidence of the man's innocence in a pizza deliveryman's killing two decades ago