The Latest on an ex-Tulsa volunteer deputy convicted of manslaughter who was recently seen at an Oklahoma bar in apparent violation of probation (all times local): 2:50 p.m.
The Spanish government is moving to block plans by Catalan separatists to re-elect in absentia the former regional president Carles Puigdemont, who is battling extradition from Germany to Spain.
After a violent 60-year struggle that sought to create a Basque homeland in Spain through blood and bullets, the militant separatist group ETA says it has dismantled its organizational structure and "ending its journey."
A look at the Alek Minassian, who has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 of attempted murder for driving a van into a crowded sidewalk in Toronto on Monday: A YOUNG MAN FROM SUBURBAN TORONTO, AND A STUNNED FAMILY: Minassian, 25, lives with his family in the Toronto suburb of Richmond Hill, on a street of sizeable, well-tended brick homes.
— Aug 10: Kim Wall goes on submarine trip with Peter Madsen.
In the rural western New York town where he lived on a gentleman's farm, Joseph Mlyniec was a respected public servant with two decades as a sheriff's sergeant and four years on the town board.
America's marijuana supporters have a lot to celebrate on this 420 holiday: Thirty states have legalized some form of medical marijuana, according to a national advocacy group.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has been thrust once again into the international limelight by a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain and allegations of a chemical bombardment on the Syrian city of Douma.
Some of the main figures in the Cuban establishment as the government prepares to usher in new leadership: ___ RAUL CASTRO He became acting president in 2006 when his brother Fidel Castro surprised the world and announced his retirement following emergency surgery.
The suspected gas attack in the Syrian town of Douma over the weekend has once again highlighted the use of chemical weapons in Syria's seven-year civil war.
A strong 6.2 earthquake struck Chile's central region on Tuesday.
An online story falsely claims Canadians now can be jailed simply for using an incorrect gender pronoun.
The former chief of Catalonia's regional police and other regional security officials have been charged with sedition over their role in events leading last year to a banned independence referendum.
A look at other workplace shootings: — April 3, 2018: A woman opened fire at YouTube's headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area, wounding four people before she shot and killed herself.
Puerto Rico's governor is defying the federal control board overseeing the island's troubled finances.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday he plans to visit the U.S. this month to discuss North Korea with President Donald Trump ahead of expected summits between the North and the U.S. and South Korea.
Two dozen countries including the United States and many European Union states, as well as NATO, have announced they are expelling a total of more than 150 Russian diplomats, in a show of solidarity with Britain over the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in England.
The United States and more than a dozen European countries on Monday made coordinated announcements to expel Russian diplomats in a show ofsolidarity with Britain over the nerve agent attack of a former Russian spy in England.
The detention in Germany over the weekend of Catalonia's fugitive former president, 55-year-old Carles Puigdemont, is the latest dramatic development for the troubled Spanish region that is deeply divided over the idea of secession.
Private dollars will pay for building former President Barack Obama's library, but road and other work near the Chicago site could cost taxpayers.