A power bank in the passenger’s luggage is being blamed for the fire.
A magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck in the middle Papua New Guinea on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
At least three people are dead as a storm system roars eastward across the central U.S., spawning tornadoes and flooding and leaving a path of destruction in its wake.
The mother of Kaylee Muthart, 20, who was seen gouging her eyes out earlier this month near a South Carolina church spoke out on the dangers of illegal drugs.
Hundreds of Romanians are protesting the justice minister's call for the removal of the country's chief anti-corruption prosecutor.
Argentina's coast guard says it has opened fire on a Chinese vessel illegally fishing in its waters.
Less than a week after the Florida high school massacre that claimed 17 lives on Valentine’s Day, police were called to a Louisiana high school on Tuesday after fears were sparked by a student drawing the square-root sign, the Ledger-Enquirer reported.
People can’t figure out why it’s there.
The latest on Germany's new government (all times local): 5:10 p.m. Chancellor Angela Merkel has named an ambitious young conservative as health minister in Germany's new government, signaling a desire to include critics in her fourth term.
China's ruling Communist Party has proposed scrapping term limits for the country's president, the official news agency said Sunday, appearing to lay the groundwork for party leader Xi Jinping to rule as president beyond 2023.
It apparently rubbed passengers the wrong way.
And it’s a serious biopic.
Florida governor wants to raise the age limit for buying guns, prevent mentally ill people from getting access to weapons and outlaw bump stocks; Reaction to Parkland school shooting and release of Democratic FISA memo on 'Fox News Sunday.'
In a room in the 9/11 museum, there are a police captain's poignant notes and a flashlight that illuminated the way to safety.
The Israeli military says it has opened fire on a Palestinian boat off the Gaza coast, killing one man who was on board.
A reputed mobster who authorities believe is the last surviving person of interest in the largest art heist in history is facing sentencing in an unrelated weapons case.
Florida Rep. Bill Hager R-Boca Raton has called on Gov. Rick Scott to remove Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel from his position due to the school shooting.
A team of Egyptian officials is in the Gaza Strip to renew efforts to push for reconciliation between the rival Fatah and Gaza factions.
Jordan's King Abdullah II has approved a Cabinet reshuffle, replacing ministers in key domestic portfolios such as interior, labor and the economy at a time continued economic downturn.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has urged Macedonia to resolve a long-standing naming dispute with neighboring Greece so the country can open membership talks with the European Union.
Federal authorities are investigating a suspected natural gas leak that caused an explosion a newly renovated house in Dallas, killing a 12-year-old girl and injuring four other members of her family.
The ruling party of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen claimed a sweeping win in Sunday's elections for the country's Senate, a victory that it assured itself by eliminating any serious opposition from the contest.
At least three people are dead as a storm system roars eastward across the central U.S., spawning possible tornadoes and flooding and leaving a path of destruction in its wake.
Campaigning is now underway in Egypt's presidential elections, a two-candidate vote that's virtually certain to be won by the incumbent, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott on Sunday touted his multi-million dollar plan to fortify schools and limit gun sales in the aftermath of a mass-shooting in his state, in a plan that breaks with President Trump and the National Rifle Association.
A 13-year-old boy died after falling from a cliff in the French Alps, but his 10-year-old brother survived, authorities said.
The United Nations mission in South Sudan says it has recalled a 46-member peacekeeping police unit after some members allegedly paid local women living in a protection camp for sex.
Agents who work at one of the Border Patrol's checkpoints in South Texas, north of the U.S.-Mexico border, say that the checkpoint is undersized and sometimes overwhelmed by traffic.
The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local): 4 p.m.
The slow thaw from this winter's bitter cold has caused potholes to open up across Michigan, but one crater in particular was large enough to fit a police officer up to his knees on Friday.
The California Democratic Party will not endorse Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s re-election bid this year, with delegates at the party’s annual convention giving the majority of votes to her top primary challenger, progressive State Sen. Kevin de Leon.
The Rev. Billy Graham had a complicated role in race relations, particularly when confronting segregation in his native South.
Thousands of people have marched down a central Moscow boulevard to mark the third anniversary of the slaying of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.
An Australian tourist infected with measles visited several locations in New York City, included the famed The Metropolitan Museum of Art, health officials warned Saturday.
A Pakistani official says a blasphemy suspect who suffered serious injuries after jumping off a federal building is now in stable condition.
North Korea has "enough" willingness to hold talks with the U.S., a former intelligence chief from the rogue country believed to be the mastermind behind a deadly attack on South Korea told the country's president on Sunday.
“Hey, can I call you?” I bet millions send this text every day. It’s common etiquette. You text first and see whether someone is busy. If you get a “Sure,” or “Y,” or “K,” you can ring that person up.
A “Simpsons” episode from 2010 predicted the U.S. would beat Sweden to win the gold medal in curling in the Olympics.
Every time a consumer swipes his or her credit card, the credit card company collects a fee.
A search was underway in the Atlanta area to find an employee of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who went home sick more than a week ago and has been missing ever since.