The Latest on the trial of a Mississippi man charged in the burning death of a woman (all times local): 1:25 p.m.
An Israeli anti-settlement group says dozens of new housing units have been approved in the West Bank city of Hebron for the first time in over a decade.
President Trump holds sudden media availability after having lunch with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
A trial is underway amid heighted security in Texas for a local leader of the Bandidos biker gang in the first trial stemming from the deadliest shootout between biker groups in U.S. history.
Authorities say a man sprayed a foul-smelling brown liquid on produce at a grocery store in South Carolina, telling police the store owed him money.
Egypt's antiquities agency says archaeologists have unearthed remains of a temple belonging to King Ramses II southwest of Cairo, which may shed light on the life of the 19th Dynasty pharaoh, over 3,200 years ago.
Mohamed Sheikh Nor was relaxing and playing with his 10-month-old daughter when his home shook with the worst bombing Somalia's capital had ever seen.
The mother of a former cheerleader who died of an overdose shortly after returning home from rehab wants to see the way insurers cover in-patient therapy and addiction treatment changed.
President Trump on Monday exited a White House meeting Monday with Sen. Mitch McConnell saying his relationship with the Senate majority leader is “better than ever” and they are working together on major legislative priorities including tax and health care reform.
Three Maine roofers put their hammers down and stood up to show respect for the national anthem on Saturday, in the process unknowingly posing for a photo that's been used to symbolize one side of the contentious nationwide debate about "The Star-Spangled Banner."
The Mandalay Bay security guard who disappeared last week moments before he was scheduled to break his silence in television interviews went to a walk-in health clinic but has not been heard from since, his union president said.
The federal judge presiding over the Sen. Bob Menendez bribery trial refused on Monday to dismiss any of the charges against the New Jersey Democrat.
Roy Dotrice, a veteran British actor, died at his London home on Monday.
An ambulance apparently ran a stop sign and rammed into a car on a rural Michigan bridge on Monday, killing the car's driver and sending the ambulance tumbling off the span into waist-deep water, authorities said.
Investigators were probing the brain of the Las Vegas gunman Monday to see whether any previously-undetected conditions motivated him to commit the mass shooting.
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.
President Trump heads to South Carolina Monday where he will lend his support for Gov. Henry McMaster’s reelection campaign.
Hillary Clinton apparently fell and injured her foot on Monday during her overseas book tour, prompting her to cancel or delay interviews with British journalists -- before resurfacing on a BBC program.
California is expected to place an order for more hepatitis A vaccines after Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency on Friday to combat the deadly outbreak.
Firefighters kept gaining on the California wildfires Monday with help from lighter winds that made it easier to attack the flames that have killed at last 40 people and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses.
In an effort to give her point of view on the ever-growing scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein and sexism in Hollywood, “Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik has opened herself up to some sharp ridicule from fans.
Gerard Butler is reportedly in recovery after being involved in a motorcycle accident.
The costume created a huge uproar on social media among users angered at the company using the memory of Frank to sell costumes.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt? moved Monday to end a controversial practice known as “sue and settle,” which critics said was used during the Obama administration to cut deals with environmental groups leading to new regulations.