The Latest on the man sought in a Tennessee hatchet killing (all times local): 12:20 p.m. Police say the suspect in a Tennessee hatchet killing limped into an urgent care facility in a nearby town less than two hours after the attack.
DETROIT -- A request by former U.S. Rep. John Conyers' son to be included on the Democratic primary ballot for the 13th Congressional District seat has been rejected.
Authorities say a 9-year-old student brought a loaded gun to a New Jersey elementary school.
One of two people charged with misdemeanors for unfurling a banner protesting the Dakota Access pipeline from the rafters of U.S. Bank Stadium during a Minnesota Vikings game has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Authorities are investigating a collision involving an Amtrak passenger train and a farm tractor in Pennsylvania.
A man has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty in the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy whose body was found on fire in northeastern Oklahoma.
A Texas prison supervisor has resigned and four guards have been fired amid allegations they orchestrated the planting of two screwdrivers in an inmate's cell to meet a disciplinary quota.
A family-owned Pennsylvania energy company has abruptly shut down as it faces a potential fraud involving tens of millions of dollars after the brief disappearance of its CEO.
A coroner says the parents of 3-year-old girl who died in a hot car in central Indiana thought she was asleep inside their home.
A Lebanese spy chief once jailed in connection to the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri is giving testimony to the international tribunal tasked with trying the crime.
A lawyer for the survivors of Britain's Grenfell Tower fire says an inquiry should consider whether racism contributed to the deaths of 72 people in the blaze.
A wild crowd scene erupted as police were trying to break up a fight outside a New York City funeral home.
A nearly-complete fossil of a mystery dinosaur thought to be 150 million-years-old was sold for nearly $2.4 million at an auction in Paris on Monday.
Three protesters from Massachusetts were arrested after binding themselves to equipment in West Virginia to halt the construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
Poland's president has expressed his country's disapproval of a planned Russian-German gas pipeline to the visiting German president.
The U.N. General Assembly has elected Ecuador's Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa Garces as its next president.
A Nebraska judge has tossed out a lawsuit challenging the state's lethal injection protocol.
A rookie Georgia police officer fired over the weekend after bodycam footage showed him striking a suspect fleeing on foot with his patrol car has a new job in law enforcement.
Kenyan activists have protested the plans for a joint venture between the Kenyan and Chinese governments to mine coal and open a coal-fired power plant in Lamu County, saying it will have devastating effect on the environment and health of the local populations.
As a young man, Barry Shrewsbury dug coal in the West Virginia mines and spent his time off hunting and fishing in the rolling hills.