Tropical Storm Dolly moves ashore off Mexico Gulf coast; Tropical Storm Norbert in Pacific
Taurasi scores 31 to lift Mercury to 96-78 win over Lynx
NATO seeks to ward off more Russian aggression; Obama flies to Estonia to reassure Baltics
CVS changes corporate name, stops tobacco sales in drugstores nearly a month early
Asian stocks higher as dollar gains, stimulus hopes in Europe
A new video appears to show the execution of Steven Sotloff, the second American killed by a self-professed member of the Islamic terror group ISIS.
An additional 350 U.S. troops will go to Iraq to protect U.S. personnel stationed in Baghdad, the White House announced today. The State Dept. had requested extra military personnel for security, and after the Department of Defense reviewed that request and recommended it be granted,...
Kansas City police say 3 adults killed, 2 others wounded in shooting in residential area
Police say he was on the phone with girlfriend when he was attacked.
It wasnât technically a birthday but Ronnie and Donnie Galyon celebrated a big milestone when they officially outlived the original âSiameseâ? twins, Eng and Chang Bunker.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker has been suspended four games for use of amphetamines, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Welker was excused from practice Aug. 20-21 to attend his appeal hearing, sources told ESPN Senior NFL Analyst Chris Mortensen. Welker returned to the practice field Monday as he continues through the NFL's concussion protocol. Welker suffered his third concussion since Nov. 17 during the preseason against the Texans. The wide receiver had not been cleared for contact and was still a question mark for Sunday night's regular-season opener against the Indianapolis Colts. Monday's appearance on the practice field was his first since he suffered a concussion Aug. 23. Welker's suspension is a huge blow to the Broncos' receiving game. Last season only four wide receivers caught passes for Denver and nearly 60 percent of those receptions will not be on the field in Week 1, as Eric...
Two months of slow-burning protests and rallies against Pakistanâs ruling party finally erupted in violence last weekend in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, a normally quiet city with a heavy security presence.
1st Air Force instructor convicted in sweeping military sex scandal dies in prison
NC judge overturns convictions of 2 men in 1983 murder of 11-year-old girl, orders release.
Teen sues South Carolina DMV after being told to remove makeup for driver's license photo
The Alaska Senate race, a campaign that could be the tightest in the country, is getting very nasty. The campaign of Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, is coming under fire for running a political ad referencing a horrific Anchorage crime and continuing to run the commercial...
Ahmed Abdi Godane claimed responsibility for Kenya mall attack.
Michigan mother accused of trying to kill autistic daughter pleads guilty to child abuse
They can be found working everywhere, from agricultural fields to urban streets.