The father of a slain New Jersey girl is pleading with President Donald Trump to allow him and the girl's sister to attend the 11-year-old's funeral on Monday.
Anti-abortion activists were ordered by a judge on Friday to stay away from a "buffer zone" outside Kentucky's only abortion clinic, which is bracing for protests from a national group.
Federal authorities are offering a reward for information about the destruction of a bald eagle nest in South Carolina.
The Latest on the findings of an investigation into the escape of two Georgia prison inmates last month (all times local): 10:25 a.m.
Hiring rose last month in 14 U.S. states, and the unemployment rate fell to record lows in two states.
A body camera video shows a Minneapolis police officer shooting two dogs at a home where he was checking on a burglary alarm.
Police say a 49-year-old woman swindled a man nearly twice her age out of more than $300,000 after he sought companionship on a dating app.
The Latest on the wildfires burning in the west (all times local): 7:30 a.m.
Britain is poised to handle a record number of flights in its increasingly crowded skies as most schools break up for the summer and families head off for sunnier climes.
China's top diplomat to the African Union says his country would consider sending peacekeeping troops to a disputed Djibouti-Eritrea border region after Qatar pulled out its troops last month.
A state panel has suspended the medical license of a Texas doctor who federal authorities say wrote unnecessary prescriptions for powerful drugs that contributed to the overdose deaths of at least seven people.
When a car carrying a father and son plunged into a giant sinkhole that opened on a highway in central Mexico, it caused Mexicans to shudder, not just at the men's agonizing deaths, but at the corruption, shoddy work and dubious government contracts it exposed.
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas has joined 19 other attorneys general to urge President Donald Trump to keep a program that gives temporary status to young immigrants who are in the country illegally.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is among those showing support for a woman trying to avoid deportation by seeking sanctuary in a New Haven church.
A report issued by Georgia corrections officials concludes there were numerous security police violations in the lead-up to the escape of two inmates from a prison bus last month.
"Hocus Pocus" will light up the lawn of a historic Kentucky cemetery.
Tanzanian authorities say they are holding an opposition figure who is accused of calling President John Magufuli a dictator.
In royal decrees, Saudi Arabia's king has stripped the Interior Ministry of many of its key mandates, including counter-terrorism, following the ouster of the crown prince who was also the ministry's chief.
Advances against the Islamic State group in its stronghold of Raqqa have slowed down amid stiff resistance from the militants, the spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition fighting the group said.
The parents of a former Drexel University student say their son was severely injured in a fight that kept him from graduating and they have sued members of two fraternities.
The Latest on Burundi teenagers missing after an international robotics competition in Washington, D.C. (all times local): 7:30 a.m.
Gambia's justice minister says investigators have uncovered dozens of additional properties, bank accounts and companies belonging to former president Yahya Jammeh.
A South Carolina woman has been charged after authorities ruled her 1-year-old son died from being left in a hot car.
Dozens of officers have been searching in a new area for a North Carolina woman missing since a shooting involving her ex-husband.
A 27-year-old man broadcast live on Facebook as he sped down a Florida beach, running over beach chairs and umbrellas while drinking from a bottle of Canadian Mist whiskey and yelling expletives about police cars chasing him.
Cameroon's coast guard says two bodies have been found out of 34 soldiers who went missing when a military vessel capsized off the Central African country's Atlantic coast Sunday.
First there was Cecil, a Zimbabwean lion whose 2015 killing by an American hunter ignited international outrage.
About 160 stocky, white-bearded men resembling Ernest Hemingway have gathered in Florida to compete in the island city's annual Hemingway Look-Alike Contest.
The parents of critically ill baby Charlie Gard are back in court in Britain in their bid to be allowed to have him undergo an experimental treatment.
Police and witnesses say a man has been killed after the Indian army fired at a group of protesters hurling rocks at soldiers in the disputed Kashmir region.
Germany's president has signed legislation legalizing gay marriage, paving the way for it to take effect this fall.
The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local): 12:30 p.m.
Burundi's president is urging the nearly quarter-million Burundians sheltering in Tanzania to return home, saying the country is now peaceful.
Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front party is holding a high-tension meeting that could lead to a name change and a rethink of the party's demand to pull France out of the euro.
A program in a Tennessee county reduces inmates' jail time if they voluntarily undergo birth control procedures, in a move that has drawn criticism from the local district attorney and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Is North Korea agonizing?
An official says an insurgent attack in western Ghor province has killed four police officers and wounded another seven police.
It would be a first for a U.S. national park: Requiring reservations to get in. But it's an option that Utah's Zion National Park is considering to manage an overwhelming surge of visitors to its sweeping red-rock vistas and canyons.
Iran's official IRNA news agency is reporting that elite Revolutionary Guard forces have killed three terrorists and wounded four others in a clash in a border area in the country's northwest.
A special commission of Poland's Senate has summarily reviewed and approved a contentious bill that gives politicians influence on the nation's top court, with a Senate vote on it expected later in the day.
Officials say Pakistan's supreme court has concluded its hearing into the corruption case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif but it wasn't immediately clear when a verdict would be announced.
The Latest on an earthquake that struck Turkey's Aegean coast and nearby Greek islands (all times local): ___ 10:30 a.m.
Organizers of an international robotics competition in the U.S. capital believe the disappearance of six teens from Burundi may have been "self-initiated."
The Latest on developments in Israel (all times local): 9:15 a.m.
One after another, cities across the United States are removing Confederate statues and other symbols, dispensing with what some see as offensive artifacts of a shameful past marked by racism and slavery.
A powerful earthquake sent a building crashing down on tourists at a bar on the Greek holiday island of Kos and struck panic on the nearby shores of Turkey early Friday, killing two people and injuring more than a hundred.
Egypt's state-run news agency says gunmen have attacked a three-car police convoy on the main Cairo-to-Fayoum road killing one policeman and injuring three others.
The Syrian army and members of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group have launched a major ground offensive in a border area between the two countries.
An Israeli police spokesman says police are banning Muslim men under the age of 50 from a contested Jerusalem shrine ahead of feared mass protests over the installation of metal detectors there.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said his country stands "shoulder to shoulder" with Japan in efforts to put an end to North Korea's nuclear and missile tests.