Federal prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Dylann Roof, who killed nine people at a historically black church last year.
The police chief was placed on leave after he shot his friend while hunting and tried to cover it up.
Sugarcane shortfalls have forced the company to cease Coca-Cola production in the South American country.
Two years after the Hall of Famer died at 54 from using chewing tobacco, his family is going after the industry.
A new congressional report claims the league tried to pull funding on concussion research.
A judge overruled Spanish authorities’ ban of a flag that signifies Catalan independence.
Critics say the new measure will allow the targeting of Kurdish and other opponents of the government in parliament.
The city’s police chief resigned this week after recent officer-involved shootings and reports of racism within the department.
FC Barcelona has raised the banner of Catalan pride for more than a century.
George Zimmerman said Wednesday the gun used to kill the unarmed teen in 2012 has been auctioned.
Curators have discovered jewelry in the false bottom of a mug on display at the Auschwitz Museum.
Elizabeth II announced some of the biggest prison reforms in the U.K.’s history.
The Library of Congress returned a copy of a letter detailing the New World from 1492 back to an Italian library.
As airport passengers face historically long security lines, the Transportation Security Administration says it’s shorthanded.
The Southeast Asian country has transitioned to a democracy, but the military is still powerful—and some U.S. sanctions will stay in place.
Workers have found ruins dating back to the second century while constructing a new subway line near the Colosseum.
The Oklahoma City center Steven Adams has apologized for calling his black opponents “quick little monkeys.”
The Chinese government did not celebrate the 50th anniversary of the bloody period, but President Xi Jinping’s actions have drawn comparisons to the era.
A judge has ordered Robert Dear, who is accused of killing three people in November, to be sent a psychiatric institute.
One town is paying its teachers in baby chicks because of cash shortages.