Numerous Maryland officials are calling for Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to step down after federal agents raided her government offices and city homes
A psychologist's report on a white former Chicago police officer convicted of killing a black teenager says the officer was emotionally distraught in the days that followed the 2014 shooting
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has attended a wreath-laying ceremony at a war memorial near Russian naval base as he wrapped up his visit to Russia following summit with Putin
Authorities say a Long Island man ran a prostitution ring out of his parents' home, luring women with drugs, locking them in a basement dungeon and making them use a bucket instead of a bathroom
Heavy security is out on the streets of Sri Lanka's capital after warnings of further attacks by the militant group blamed for the Easter bombing that killed at least 250 people
Former Minneapolis police officer on trial in unarmed woman's shooting death testifies that he saw fear in his partner's eyes, then saw a woman appear at the partner's widow and raise her right arm before he fired his gun 'to stop the threat'
Amazon, which hooked shoppers on getting just about anything delivered in two days, says that it will soon promise one-day delivery for its Prime members on most items.
The father of the man accused of killing four people at a Waffle House in Tennessee last year has pleaded not guilty to charges related to the gun used in the shooting
Christianity's inclusion on both of Sri Lanka's main ethnic groups may help explain the measured calm that has so far been the response to the Easter attacks
A three-judge panel has ruled that Michigan's congressional and legislative maps are unconstitutionally gerrymandered, ordering the state Legislature to redraw at least 34 districts for the 2020 election