A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor accused of killing four Texas women and kidnapping a fifth was jailed Sunday on $2.5 million bond.
A well-known American-born activist on behalf of Israeli settlers was stabbed to death outside a West Bank mall Sunday, reportedly by a 17-year-old Palestinian attacker.
Julia Salazar, a socialist whose campaign for a seat in New York's state Senate was overshadowed by a series of bizarre revelations about her past, unseated a 16-year incumbent in Thursday's Democratic primary.
Elizabeth Smart said Thursday that Utah authorities should "strongly reconsider" releasing a woman who helped to kidnap Smart more than 16 years ago.
Officials in Hawaii said Thursday that up to 10,000 residents of Oahu may need to leave their homes after heavy rains from Tropical Storm Olivia filled the Nuuanu Reservoir to near capacity.
The House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a $146 billion spending bill to fund the Energy Department, veterans' programs and the legislative branch as part of a bid to avoid a government shutdown Oct. 1.
A married couple was arrested and charged in a string of Phoenix-area bank robberies that followed a specific pattern, the FBI revealed Wednesday.
The Senate on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved the first of three so-called "minibus" spending packages aimed at funding most of the federal government when its new budget year begins Oct. 1.
Seven New York City police officers were arrested Wednesday as part of a wide-ranging gambling and prostitution inquiry, multiple media outlets reported.
A Republican U.S. House candidate in Northern California was attacked by a knife-wielding man at a local fair over the weekend, authorities said Tuesday.
Police in Washington state said Tuesday they identified two teenagers who robbed a convenience store after a clerk collapsed with a life-threatening medical issue.
England's chief coroner has begun an inquest into the death of five people last year in an extremist attack on Britain's Parliament, saying it was "82 seconds of high and terrible drama."
House and Senate negotiators announced Monday that they had reached agreement on a package of three spending bills worth $146.5 billion in all.
In January of this year, President Trump floated ordering all family members of U.S. troops in South Korea to leave the country -- an act that North Korea would have seen as "a sign of imminent attack," according to the explosive upcoming book by veteran reporter Bob Woodward.
Eighteen-time Grand Slam singles champion Martina Navratilova criticized Serena Williams' conduct during her U.S. Open defeat in the pages of The New York Times Monday, writing that Williams engaged in behavior "that no one should be engaging in on the court."
A federal judge Monday denied a bid by accused Russian spy Maria Butina to be released from custody on bond after federal prosecutors walked back allegations that she offered to trade sex for a position with a special interest organization.
A white Dallas police officer who shot and killed a black man in his apartment after she mistook it for her own has been arrested and charged with manslaughter, authorities said Sunday.
No controversy here: Novak Djokovic is the U.S. Open men's singles champion.
Voters in Sweden handed the ruling Social Democrats their worst result in decades Sunday, while the far-right Sweden Democrats were projected to become the third-largest party in Stockholm's parliament.
Three-term incumbent U.S. Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware was projected to easily turn aside a Democratic primary challenge from insurgent candidate Kerri Harris Thursday.