Video shows Arizona officer opening fire as teen runs away
A suburban Phoenix police chief has offered her condolences to the family of a 14-year-old burglary suspect who was shot and killed by an officer but has asked that public withhold judgment until an investigation is completed.
Feds confirm jailed Iranian TV anchor not charged with crime
The son of an American-born anchor for Iran's state television broadcaster says his mother will appear before a U.S. grand jury and is still being jailed as a material witness.
Officer who shot black teen sentenced to nearly 7 years
After acquittal in Laquan McDonald cover-up, attention turns to sentence for officer who pulled trigger.
As shutdown drags on, 'Coast Guard City' takes a hit
In New London, Connecticut, the community pulls together to help hundreds of unpaid Coast Guard employees as federal shutdown drags on.
Neo-Nazi publisher ordered to turn over personal information
A judge has ordered the publisher of a neo-Nazi website to reveal his net worth and personal information in internet trolling lawsuit.
Researchers come face to face with huge great white shark
Two shark researchers who came face-to-face with what could be one of the largest great whites ever recorded are using their encounter as an opportunity to push for legislation that would protect sharks in Hawaii.
Border Patrol arrests 376 who dug under barrier in Arizona
Authorities say a group of 376 Central Americans was arrested in southwest Arizona, the vast majority of them families who used short, shallow holes dug under a barrier to cross the border.
Reports: Sony drops R. Kelly after furor over allegations
Multiple outlets have reported that Sony Music has dropped embattled R&B star R. Kelly from its roster.
Total lunar eclipse meets supermoon Sunday night
Moon, Earth and sun line up this weekend for the only total lunar eclipse this year and next.
Syria attack victims include daughter of US police official
The Pentagon has identified three of the four Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack claimed by the Islamic State group in Syria this week.
Lawsuits ramp up pressure on family that owns opioid company
Lawsuits are seeking to hold the drug industry accountable for the opioid crisis in the US, but one family is getting a lot of the scrutiny.
Facility where comatose woman gave birth faces new complaint
A long-term care facility where an Arizona woman in a vegetative state was raped and gave birth last month is looking into another abuse allegation.
Cohen says he rigged online polls for Trump in 2014, 2015
President Donald Trump's estranged former lawyer is acknowledging paying a technology company to artificially boost Trump's standing in two online polls, saying Trump directed him to do it.
Microsoft pledges $500M to tackle Seattle housing crisis
Microsoft pledges $500 million to address homelessness in Seattle.
The Latest: McDonald relative calls sentence partial victory
The sentencing hearing has begun for the Chicago police officer who killed black teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014.
Suit says Waffle House shooting suspect's father negligent
The father of a man accused of fatally shooting four people at a Nashville Waffle House wants lawsuit against him by a victim's mother tossed out.
3 years later, no one is in jail over Flint tainted water
No one has been convicted of a felony in the Flint water investigation, three years after the start of a state criminal probe.
US shutdown stalls training, other prep for wildfire season
The government shutdown is taking a toll on preparations for this year's wildfire season.
California dries off after storms batter state for days
Californians are cleaning up and drying off after a series of storms dumped heavy rain and snow throughout the state.
Strike by Los Angeles teachers enters fifth day amid talks
Los Angeles teachers will walk picket lines for a fifth day after the union and school district officials returned to the bargaining table with hopes of ending the massive strike in the nation's second-largest school district.
15 people have been charged in the Flint water scandal
Fifteen people have been charged in an investigation of how Flint's water became contaminated with lead in 2014-15 and a related outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
Dave? Dave? Kansas City man gets tickets for helping Chief
A random act of kindness has netted AFC Championship tickets for a man called Dave who helped dig a Kansas City Chief out of the snow.
The owner of a rodeo cow named Betsy says the bovine has evaded capture for six months as she wanders the trails of Alaska's biggest city.
Ailing federal worker says she'll get back lapsed insurance
An ailing U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service worker in Oregon says she can't learn why her federally paid insurance lapsed months ago or get it reinstated because of the partial government shutdown.
New attorneys general to continue investigating clergy abuse
Newly inaugurated state attorneys general are promising to continue investigations of clergy abuse in the Roman Catholic church as thousands of victims are reaching out to state hotlines and online reporting systems.