Authorities have given up the search for three women they believe were killed in Southern California by a pair of convicted sex offenders who were wearing GPS trackers, police said Friday.
Police in Philadelphia say a 3-year-old girl has been shot and killed. A police dispatcher says there are other injuries in Friday night's shooting, but didn't have details.
One of the three Americans detained in North Korea and charged with "anti-state" crimes is a California man raised in the Central Valley oil town of Bakersfield by parents who were petroleum engineers.
Police in Philadelphia say a 3-year-old girl has been shot and killed.
North Korea’s deputy permanent representative, Ri Tong-il, recited grievances with the United States and South Korea, accusing them of conspiring for regime change in the North.
The State Department of Corrections said it was seeking an outside investigator to conduct an independent inquiry into the execution of Joseph R. Wood III.
Daniel Drennan, now known as Daniel Ibn Zayd, rediscovered his Lebanese heritage and converted to Islam after he began seeking answers about his adoption as an infant by an American family.
There have been some cancellations since the hostilities began, but 6,000 young people have visited Israel as planned.
The states are seeking to block efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce carbon emissions from coal-powered plants.
Senator Ron Wyden has urged the Justice Department to reopen its investigation into the agency over its improper search of computer files of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
A hotel housekeeper discovered an injured 13-year-old girl and the body of her 2-year-old sister at an inn on the Oregon Coast on Friday, and police were searching for their mother.
Sadie Hill and her daughter, Adalee, found the wallet Monday in a parking lot.
After a session in which both parties shared the blame for inaction on major issues, a five-week recess lies ahead.
The process will ultimately help calculate how many people were killed or seriously hurt by the flawed switches.
A battle over a proposal, packed away in a broader initiative meant to raise the financial cap on medical malpractice awards, is being closely watched across the country.
A Hawaii judge says jurors in the retrial of a federal agent charged with murder in a Waikiki shooting will get to consider a lesser manslaughter charge.
Congress leaves for recess after failing to address one of the most serious issues facing the nation.
President Obama revealed a long list of gripes in a nearly 50-minute news conference that ranged from a recalcitrant Congress that is refusing to deliver the emergency border funding bill he requested to a press corps that neglected to wish him a happy birthday.
A convicted sex offender from California now living in the North Dakota oil patch town of Williston was charged Friday in what police say is their first human trafficking case.
The government said 209,000 jobs were created in July, while economists had expected about 230,000. The unemployment rate inched up to 6.2 percent.