Texas governor meeting with students, shooting…

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott concludes meetings on school safety and mass shootings by talking to those closest to the violence of recent attacks

The Latest: Baltimore officers visit funeral home

Fellow officers, public officials and others are visiting a Baltimore-area funeral home to honor a colleague killed on duty

San Francisco police not charged in black man's…

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

Police: Missing Mexican woman's body found in…

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

Wisconsin frack sand sludge spill reaches…

Officials in Wisconsin are testing the environmental and health impacts following a frack sand sludge spill that has now reached the Mississippi River.

Who says Americans don't know geography?

Venkat Ranjan,13, won the title after almost three million students took part in the competition.

Fashion Designer And Boyfriend Convicted Of…

A judge has convicted a London fashion designer and her boyfriend of killing their nanny and burning her body.

McDonald's Breakfast Catering May Soon Be Coming…

In its quest for global breakfast domination, McDonald's is testing out catering for the day’s most important meal too.

North Korea says it is still willing to sit down for talks with the US 'at any time'

North Korea says it is still willing to sit down for talks with the US 'at any time'

Agency: Texas chemical plant unprepared for Harvey floods

The federal agency that investigates industrial accidents offers muted criticism of the Houston-area chemical plant that flooded during Hurricane Harvey and partially exploded

Wall Street dips after N. Korea summit canceled

Stocks ended down slightly on Thursday after President Donald Trump canceled a planned summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un. Fred Katayama reports.

Study: Some public pensions funds could run dry in downturn

A new study finds that some public pension funds are in such bad shape that they might be totally depleted during an economic downturn

Prosecutors add lewd conduct charges to tortured kids case

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

Poland Outlaws Blaming The Country For Holocaust…

The controversial legislation has some free speech advocates up in arms.

Jury says Samsung must pay $539M for copying parts of iPhone

A jury has decided Samsung must pay Apple $539 million in damages for illegally copying some of the iPhone's features to lure people into buying its competing products

Judge appoints brain experts in case of slain…

A judge has appointed two brain experts to evaluate a man facing the death penalty in the slaying of a teenage girl last year

Federal lawsuit seeks $14.8m in deadly Tennessee…

Victims are suing the federal government over deadly Tennessee wildfires that began in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A rare look at NYC's potter's field, home to 1…

Officials let reporters get a rare look this week at Hart Island, the place that has served as New York City's potter's field for 150 years

Congo says confirmed Ebola cases have reached 31…

Congo's confirmed Ebola cases reach 31, with 9 deaths, as capital's ports tighten monitoring

Judge mulls motion to dismiss Charlottesville rally lawsuit

A federal judge is set to hear arguments from white nationalists and others that a lawsuit against them over last summer's violence in Charlottesville should be dismissed