San Francisco prosecutors say they won't charge officers in two shooting deaths, including the 2015 killing of a black man that led to protests and U.S.-recommended police reforms
Law enforcement officials say Harvey Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities Friday morning to face criminal charges in a months-long investigation into allegations that he sexually assaulted women
The families of two students killed in the Parkland, Florida, school shootings are suing the gun manufacturer that built and the store that sold the weapon used in the attack that killed 17
Russian President Vladimir Putin says North Korea had fulfilled its promises ahead of the canceled summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
Prosecutors have added four charges of lewd conduct against a father accused of torturing his children in a Northern California home where prosecutors say 10 children lived in filth and neglect
The eighth amendment to Ireland’s constitution, which faces repeal in a national referendum on May 25, gives a mother and her unborn child an “equal right to life” and prevents any relaxation of the country’s near-total ban on abortion.
Joe Biden has rebuked President Donald Trump and other Washington Republicans, saying they've turned their backs on American values in the name of "phony populism" and "fake nationalism."
Officials in Wisconsin are testing the environmental and health impacts following a frack sand sludge spill that has now reached the Mississippi River.
Italy’s government bond yields tumbled on Thursday on the nomination of a new Italian prime minister, the market winning a respite from the political risks that have dealt sentiment a heavy blow over the past week. But as David Pollard reports, there are still more questions than answers over the country's future administration.
US stocks recover from their worst losses, but they're still solidly lower after President Donald Trump said he'd canceled a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un scheduled for June
A Kansas water park where a boy was killed on a waterslide says it won't open this season until it resolves issues raised by a state audit but that it thinks the audit was "malicious"
Federal investigators say the autonomous Uber SUV that struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian in March spotted the woman about six seconds before hitting her but didn't stop automatically because emergency braking was disabled
Santa Fe High School will have extra security when students return to class for the first time since a shooting inside the Texas school left 10 people dead last week
Utah police say they've found the body of a woman who disappeared on the way home from English class three years ago, shortly after she moved from Mexico
Lebanon's president has formally asked caretake Prime Minister Saad Hariri to form a new Cabinet after the vast majority of legislators named him for the post