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U.S. stocks are mostly lower in midday trading following a sharp drop in Japan overnight.
Police have released surveillance footage of a man suspected of shoving a stranger off a subway platform to his death in New York City as they hunt for the unidentified assailant.
Searchers have recovered the body of a 39-year-old Oregon climber who fell 900 feet as he descended in darkness from the summit of a Cascade Range peak.
Pope Francis is scheduled to attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia 50 years after Pope Paul VI made the first papal visit to the United States.
A north Florida sheriff's deputy fatally shot a woman who had grabbed his stun gun during an altercation and pointed it at him.
The Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island wants to open a slave trade museum and a national center for reconciliation in its now-closed cathedral in Providence.
Police said an 18-year-old Maine man has been arrested after allegedly breaking into two homes while naked, at about the same time his own home was destroyed in a fire.
A chain-reaction crash involving more than a dozen vehicles has shut down an icy section of Interstate 74 near Indianapolis.
Fifteen people were sent to the hospital with possible carbon monoxide poisoning after a bus carrying cheerleaders through central Virginia filled up with fumes Sunday, wric.com reported.
U.S. stocks are mostly lower in early trading following a sharp drop in Japan overnight.
Two brothers were among the victims of a deadly chemical leak at a Houston-area plant, authorities revealed Sunday.
Police say the man climbed over a fence on the pedestrian walkway just after noon Sunday to reach a cable beam connected to the tower on the Manhattan side of the famed span connecting Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Police said an unidentified man pushed 61-year-old Wai Kuen Kwok of the Bronx off the platform at the Grand Concourse and East 167th Street station in the Highbridge neighborhood, an act that appeared to be unprovoked.
An avowed white supremacist charged with killing three people outside two suburban Kansas City Jewish facilities says he was surprised none of the victims were Jewish.
Emerald White says in her lawsuit filed this week in Galveston County district court that she was "seriously injured" on Oct. 27 trying to stop the attack and retrieve her dogs.
The sport of swimming’s governing body in the U.S. keeps a public list of coaches and other officials who have been banned for code of conduct violations, including sexual misconduct.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. military is accelerating its efforts to train and advise Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State militants.
The White House on Sunday confirmed the death of U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig, a former soldier who tried to help wounded Syrians caught in a brutal civil war but ended up dying himself at the hands of Islamic State militants.
The collapse of a 210-year-old building in the heart of the French Quarter is raising warning flags about decay and a lack of rigorous inspections in one of America's oldest and most fragile neighborhoods.
A 20-year-old Oregon college student was killed in what police believe was a random stabbing at a convenience store, and officers said they shot and killed the suspect when he returned to the scene and menaced them with a knife.