U.S. news At least 14 people were killed and two suspects were dead Wednesday after two people on a mission that authorities described as "possibly terrorism" barged into a holiday party in a California
Ronda Rousey's judo and grappling coach has taken a shot at critics slamming the former UFC women's bantamweight champion after her shocking loss at the hands of Holly Holm at UFC 193. Justin Flores, has
U.S. news Sep. 8, 2014, 10:04 PM GMT / Updated Sep. 9, 2014, 12:07 AM GMT The husband of an obese woman who died shortly after being denied a seat on a flight back to New York City from Hungary has settled
When Ronald Ritchie called 911 from the aisles of a Walmart in western Ohio last month to report that a black man was “walking around with a gun in the store”, he said that shoppers were coming under threat.
In a statement on Sunday, Levenson said he sent an email in 2012 about attracting more suburban white fans that was "inappropriate and offensive." "I trivialized our fans by making clichéd assumptions
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU, Alaska, June 3 (Reuters) - An Alaska volcano that has been spewing ash and lava for years began erupting with new intensity this week, pushing a plume of smoke and ash as high as
Defense attorneys for James E. Holmes, charged in the shooting rampage in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater that left 12 dead and dozens wounded, will appeal a court order requiring him to undergo a second
Phoenix Suns point guard Goran Dragic won the MIP award after leading the surprising Suns to 48 wins. Point guard Goran Dragic was named the NBA's Most Improved Player on Wednesday after leading the upstart
The Lone Star State—famous for red-blooded, gunslinging, rib-eating Republicans—is increasingly turning blue, thanks to a group of fired-up women who are determined to take Texas back from the good ol'
The prosecutor in the murder trial against Oscar Pistorius accused the onetime Olympic sprinter of being self-centered and egotistical in his relationship with his girlfriend, as the defendant took the
Until Wednesday, the 16-year-old Pennsylvania boy who's charged with multiple counts of attempted murder and aggravated assault after a stabbing attack at his high school was known as "a nice young boy,"
A US cinema-goer died after being shot by a former police officer in a row about texting, officials say. Curtis Reeves, 71, opened fire after asking a man in front of him to stop sending texts, a police
When it gets super-cold in Hell, Mich., guess what headline writers and radio hosts have to say about it: Hell Has Frozen Over A Google News search of that phrase at 8:45 a.m. ET Wednesday turned up 3,980
Two Goodyear managers held captive by angry French workers were freed Tuesday after police intervened, ending a two-day standoff over the factory's bleak future. The release outraged union members, who
Between 350,000 and 500,000 Chinese die prematurely each year because of the country's disastrous air pollution, says China's former health minister The equivalent of the population of Bristol dies each
NEW YORK/MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - A deadly blast of arctic air shattered decades-old temperature records as it enveloped the eastern United States on Tuesday, snarling air, road and rail travel, driving prices
Updated 11:30 p.m. ET The Associated Press reports: "The National Weather Service said 21 inches of snow had fallen in Boxford, just north of Boston, by Thursday night, while other parts of the state 17
Temperature rises resulting from unchecked climate change will be at the severe end of those projected, according to a new scientific study. The scientist leading the research said that unless emissions
New York, once the largest state in the Union, will soon fall to fourth-largest, demographers predict. Florida, with growing population hubs in Jacksonville, Miami-Dade County and Tampa, will likely overtake
Deep below Seattle's picturesque waterfront, a subterranean drama is unfolding. A five-story drill named Bertha has been carving a new tunnel as part of a $3.1 billion plan to construct a highway beneath