Russian news agencies are reporting that a court has extended the arrest of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich by three months
A man walking on tidal mud flats with friends in an Alaska estuary got stuck up to his waist in the quicksand-like silt and drowned as the tide came in before frantic rescuers could extract him
The Washington boy ran to hug his dad who was returning home from his last Navy deployment.
The last time UPS workers walked of the job more than two decades ago, it crippled the shipping company
The streaming service replaces its predecessor HBO Max.
Department of Homeland Security announces “level set” body-worn camera policy for all department agencies
Officials say a Kentucky sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed during a traffic stop
A father and son from Massachusetts have both been sent to prison for running an elaborate lottery fraud scheme designed to enrich themselves and help prize winners avoid paying taxes on their windfall
Climate change protesters have been dragged away as they tried to storm the stage at Shell’s shareholder meeting
The families of two of the victims in the University of Idaho killings have filed notice reserving their right to sue the city of Moscow, according to documents.
The driver of a rented box truck that collided with a security barrier near the White House on Monday was arrested and charged, law enforcement officials said.
A London judge has ruled against Prince Harry in his efforts to pay for police protection when he visits Britain