Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announced the abrupt resignation of his city's police commissioner Richard Ross Tuesday amid reports of sexual harassment and racial and gender discrimination within the department.
A former pathologist at an Arkansas veteran's hospital was charged with three counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of three patients whose records he allegedly falsified to conceal his misdiagnoses.
Two former Major League Baseball stars, pitcher Octavio Dotel and infielder Luis Castillo, have been implicated in a massive drug trafficking bust in the Dominican Republic. The country's attorney general,
Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte has announced that his resignation amid political chaos and jockeying for power within his own coalition. In a scathing speech to the Senate, Conte railed against his right-wing
The U.S. used to send a lot of its plastic waste to China to get recycled. But last year, China put the kibosh on imports of the world's waste. The policy, called National Sword, freaked out people in
A young woman from El Salvador who was convicted of aggravated homicide after she lost her pregnancy has been acquitted in a retrial. El Salvador has one of the strictest abortion laws in the world — not
Work at the site of France's damaged Notre Dame Cathedral resumed on Monday, after a three-week pause over concerns about lead that spewed from the fire in April. As the blaze ripped through the 850-year-old
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro is now the tenth Democrat to qualify for next month's Democratic primary debate. Castro, a former mayor of San Antonio, Texas, who later became