Contentious contract negotiations have resulted in a tentative deal between Los Angeles school officials and the teachers union that will allow striking educators to return to classrooms on Wednesday
As more videos emerge of an encounter between high school students, Native American marchers and militant black protesters last week in Washington, President Donald Trump is weighing in on the matter saying it appears the students were treated unfairly
The leaders of Russia and Japan have acknowledged that settling a decades-long territorial dispute poses a daunting challenge but vowed to continue negotiations
Philadelphia prosecutors say they've found no hint from newly found files in a former Black Panther's police slaying case that a judge involved had a conflict of interest.
Grounded in Washington by the government shutdown, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo delivered a Trump-style speech by video to the Davos summit defending disruptive politics, touting U.S. economic strength and claiming foreign policy successes.
The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to go ahead with its plan to restrict military service by transgender men and women while court challenges continue
The former owner of a company that left thousands of tons of potentially explosive artillery propellant at a Louisiana National Guard facility has dropped an appeal of his sentence
The size of chocolate bars, rolls of toilet paper and boxes of breakfast cereal on sale in Britain have all been shrinking, but as Pascale Davies reports, statisticians says it was just as big a problem before the country voted to leave the European Union.
Ambulance crews on the Crimean Peninsula have transported a dozen survivors of a ship fire to hospitals while six of their crewmates have remained missing in the Black Sea
Authorities say a man suspected of being in the U.S. illegally shot and killed four people in Nevada over the past few weeks, adding fuel to the immigration debate
Leighton Mark, a photojournalist who taught himself to make pictures with one arm after he was wounded in 1984 while covering the civil war in Lebanon, has died
Snow and freezing rain has prompted officials to close the largest school districts in Nebraska and Iowa ahead of a winter storm that's threatening the Midwest with several inches of snow
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has pledged to work "in harmony with the world" to cut carbon emissions, aiming to quell international concerns that his country could allow more aggressive deforestation of the Amazon.
Miami prosecutors are investigating as a possible hate crime a traffic incident involving a gun-wielding white man and a group of black bicyclists on Martin Luther King Day