A high school senior who authorities say brought a shotgun to a Portland, Oregon, school but was tackled by a security guard before anyone was hurt has pleaded not guilty to gun-related charges
Ford gets ready for a future of electric and autonomous vehicles, parting ways with 7,000 white-collar workers worldwide, about 10% of global salaried workforce
Reentry into a New Zealand coal mine shut since a methane explosion killed 29 workers raises hopes the workers' bodies and evidence that leads to criminal charges might be found
More than 5.4 million people across the Southern Plains are under a high threat of violent tornados Monday, with 1.4 million facing at least a 45% chance of a deadly storm.
A local sheriff's office wants to know if a suburban Chicago hospital violated state law by not immediately reporting that a woman who claimed to be the mother of a newborn had not given birth
California lawmakers are eyeing proposals that would make the state the first in the nation to offer government-funded health care to adult immigrants living in the country illegally
The U.N. Security Council has rejected a Russian request to hold a meeting on a new language law in Ukraine, with opponents calling it an attempt by Moscow to interfere in Monday's inauguration of Ukraine's new president
Famed Everest guide Apa Sherpa has stood on top of the world more than most everyone and wants to make sure no one feels compelled to follow in his footsteps
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Monday he is seeking the removal of the country’s interior minister over a video scandal that has rocked the Alpine nation in recent days.