The commission investigating the Florida high school massacre is wading through dozens of findings and recommendations that members hope will prevent future shootings
A jury has rejected a mental incompetence claim from a man accused of shooting then decapitating his grandmother and her husband at an in-home day care in Oklahoma City
A North Carolina prosecutor says authorities failed to act last year on evidence linking a 2016 rape to a man now accused of raping and killing a 13-year-old girl
A clash of seasonings is looming in federal court, as Maryland's Old Bay seeks to protect its trademark in a lawsuit against another spice blend, New Bae
Conservative lawmakers in Britain will hold a no-confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday that will see her removed as party and government leader if she loses.
The parents of an unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by an East Pittsburgh police officer as he fled a traffic stop are suing the officer's former employer, for failing to properly discipline him
Zara owner Inditex missed sales and profit forecasts on Wednesday, hit by adverse currency moves and an unusually warm September, leading investors to wipe more than $5 billion off the fashion retailer's market value at one stage. As Pascale Davies reports, Britain's Superdry was also hit by better weather - its shares fell by a third after a second profit warning in three months
A company has removed Chinese-made office furniture it delivered to a Michigan courthouse following a six-month legal battle with officials who wanted American-made products
Dozens of retired state and federal judges are calling on U.S. immigration officials to stop making arrests at courthouses of people suspected of being in the country illegally
A South Carolina social club's decision to deny membership to a doctor who would have been its first black member has prompted several local groups to cut ties with it
"I'm so glad Twitter exists so I could confirm that we just had an earthquake and it wasn't me just losing my mind here in suburban Atlanta," reads a sample Wednesday tweet , one of many that helped make #earthquake a trending topic. Residents of Tennessee and Georgia took to social...
Sir Graham Brady, chair of the 1922 committee, says he phoned the Prime Minister to advise her the threshold of 48 letters had been reached to trigger a vote of no confidence.
China’s Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that it had no information about a former Canadian diplomat detained in Beijing in apparent retaliation for Canada’s arrest of a leading Chinese executive.