Nebraska regulators are set to decide Monday whether to approve or deny an in-state route for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. It's the last major regulatory hurdle facing project operator TransCanada Corp.
Several people were injured when scaffolding collapsed on a busy New York City sidewalk Sunday, officials said.
Amid rising nuclear tensions with North Korea and concern over the potential for war, the top U.S. nuclear commander said on Saturday that he would resist President Donald Trump if he ordered an “illegal” launch of nuclear weapons.
Neil Bibler, a news editor and reporter for The Associated Press during a 33-year career that included stints in several Western states before settling in Arizona, has died.
A 23-year-old Ohio high school substitute teacher charged with having sex with two male teenage students has been indicted on two counts of sexual battery, WHIO reported Friday.
A man accused of punching a woman in the face on the New York City subway after she complained about him “manspreading" was arrested Saturday, officials said
Former Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa has called on his successor Lenin Moreno to explain to his country why he met with the indicted former campaign chairman for U.S. President Donald Trump earlier this year.
A Florida church has a stark warning at every door to anyone to may wish to bring harm to the congregation: "we are heavily armed."
Steel and concrete panels that were once part of a mighty bridge that carried 50 million vehicles a year across the Hudson River north of New York City will soon find new life along sleepy country roads.
Authorities in Connecticut are asking for help to identify a woman caught on surveillance camera swiping a cancer research jar from a Connecticut liquor store on Thursday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he has made clear to the U.S. that Israel's security concerns must come first as the White House tries to restart a peace process with the Palestinians.
The top officer at U.S. Strategic Command says an order from President Donald Trump or any of his successors to launch nuclear weapons can be refused if that order is determined to be illegal.
Political organizations and veteran members of the civil rights movement have expressed concern over an FBI report noting the rise of black “extremists,” and fear it could lead to a return to a time when the agency unjustly spied on organizations which hadn’t broken any laws.
Two students at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut have been charged with setting fires in a dormitory.
Hundreds of people formed a human chain between the United States and North Korean embassies in downtown Berlin during a protest of the rising tensions and harsh words between the two nations.
Two nurses lost their licenses after a television station persuaded courts to unseal a video secretly recorded by the family of a man who died in their care.
Turkey's state news agency says prosecutors have launched an investigation into the U.S. attorneys trying a Turkish-Iranian businessman for sanctions-busting.
A bill proposed by lawmakers in Wisconsin aimed to lower the state’s drinking age to 19.
The U.S. Navy announced Friday it will deploy its P-8A Poseidon maritime aircraft to assist in the search for the ARA San Juan, a missing Argentine submarine with 44 crew members aboard.
For the first time, the U.S. Defense Department has disclosed data on sexual assault cases reported at each of its bases worldwide.
A manhunt was underway in western Pennsylvania early Saturday for a suspect in the fatal shooting of a rookie police officer Friday night in a town outside Pittsburgh.
When a panel of U.N. judges hands down a verdict next week in the trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic, it will mark the end of a ground-breaking era in international law.
Three adults, including a reputed gang member, were arrested earlier this week when authorities busted an illegal pot dispensary operating out of a phony church, authorities said.
Otherwise normal folks suddenly running naked, and screaming through the streets, and breaking into homes?
Free speech advocates whose rally on Boston Common last summer drew boisterous counter-protesters plan to regroup there this weekend.
A police officer who was shot Friday night in a town outside Pittsburgh has died -- and the gunman remains at large, authorities said.
Two passengers on a SkyWest flight in southern Utah say a piece of the plane's engine cover fell off midflight.
The family of a 5-year-old boy whose skull was crushed in the rotating wall of a hotel restaurant has sued the Atlanta hotel, accusing it of negligence in his death.
The new Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. officially opens its doors this weekend.
The Latest on the escape of a man from a psychiatric hospital in Hawaii and his capture in California (all times local): 12:40 p.m.
The old, without medicine, are coming.
Attorneys for a fired Atlanta fire chief are arguing that their client was let go for his religious beliefs, but lawyers for the city dispute that.