Nik Wallenda says he "freaked" out for a second when his balancing pole slipped during a high-wire walk with his sister 25 stories above New York's Times Square
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Authorities in Kazakhstan say a fire has engulfed a sprawling ammunition depot, injuring at least 16 and forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands
The trial against 16 people accused of terror charges and organizing anti-government protests in 2013 has begun in Turkey as rights groups say the allegations are baseless.
A South Dakota judge will hear arguments on whether to set an execution date for a man convicted of stabbing a former co-worker to death 27 years ago during a burglary at a doughnut shop
Federal investigators will be looking at repair and inspection records on the skydiving plane that crashed shortly after takeoff on Oahu's North Shore, killing all 11 people on board in the deadliest civil aviation accident since 2011
A Ukrainian man who fainted on the job in a workshop in Poland was found dead in a forest after his employer left him there rather than call an ambulance