At first there was no hint of distress in the 911 calls, no sense of panic.
Efforts resumed Monday in Joshua Tree National Park to recover the embracing remains of two people believed to be a Southland couple who went missing after departing on a hike in July.
A South Dakota man who carried guns into an anti-Islam speaking event and livestreamed a Facebook video from outside afterward has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
Cher is making her way back to the big screen in “Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again!”
Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino was officially fired Monday following a federal investigation into corruption and fraud claims against the athletic program.
New York City public schools will re-open their classrooms this week to as many as 400 former full-time teachers including many removed for incompetence or other disciplinary reasons – an attempt to ease a multi-million-dollar taxpayer burden from a 2005 deal that unions have since used to protect teachers from being fired.
In a year where coverage of President Trump has generated TV ratings, limitless controversy, and the world’s scrutiny, the November 7th Virginia governor’s race between former Republican National Committee Chair Ed Gillespie and Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam has been gasping for attention.
NBC is tentatively standing by its embattled news president, Noah Oppenheim, amid a tense situation in the halls of 30 Rockefeller Plaza which could give credence to President Trump’s recent claim that NBC News is “dishonest.”
The driver of a semitrailer packed with at least 39 immigrants, 10 of whom died, has pleaded guilty to making the deadly smuggling run.
A woman accused of suffocating her 8-year-old son before using tiki torch oil to set her Connecticut home on fire last year has had her bond set at $1 million in a North Carolina court.
Prague's Jewish Museum has launched a new project to honor the victims of the Holocaust.
Canada's largest school board decided last week to remove the word "chief" from job titles to avoid offending indigenous peoples.
James Bradley Jr. who had 39 immigrants in the back of a tractor trailer when police found him in July, pleaded guilty to multiple charges in court.
The judge in the Jessica Chambers murder trial asked jurors Monday to "reconcile your differences" as they deliberate a verdict, indicating a possible hung jury.
One of three people accused of injuring children at a San Antonio house has pleaded guilty.
Although “Game of Thrones” is coming to an end after one more, shortened, season, there’s still hope for fans of the world of Westeros.
Authorities say they've recovered the body of a Florida teenager who got caught in a rip current in the Atlantic Ocean.
Sonoma locals have placed a facemask and handmade signs on a statue of the town’s 19th century founder, Gen. Mariano Vallejo. The signs praise and thank fire fighters for their hard work to combat the deadly wildfires advancing toward the town.
In one of its most ambitious recruitment drives ever, Chicago officials say they have received more than 10,000 applications for law enforcement jobs, ahead of the midnight deadline to “protect and serve” in a city grappling with a seemingly unending wave of high crime.
President Donald Trump again slammed “fake news” Monday, this time denouncing sexual assault allegations made against him after a former contestant from “The Apprentice” filed a subpoena against the Trump campaign.
A Honolulu Police Department officer and retired major arrested by the FBI over the weekend are expected to appear in federal court on Monday.
And will the party cooperate?
President Trump hammered Hillary Clinton on Monday for her defense of NFL players protesting the national anthem, saying that kind of "thinking" is why she lost the election.
A former Ohio deputy sheriff who was acquitted in the fatal shooting of an unarmed suspect has pleaded guilty to reckless homicide in a neighbor's fatal shooting.