Dr. Warren Weinstein, an American aid worker held hostage by al Qaeda, was accidentally killed in a U.S. drone strike, along with Italian hostage Giovanni Lo Porto and another American who was an al Qaeda leader, the White House announced on Thursday.
It started on this day in 1970, on the heels of a major oil spill off the California coast.
French authorities arrested a man on Wednesday suspected of planning to attack churches in a town just seven miles from the center of Paris.
Blockbuster comedy hit "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" contains a touching tribute to a young fan who lost his battle to cancer.
The mother of a U.K. woman who died after ingesting a fatal number of diet pills is pleading with others to avoid suffering the same fate.
Mystery couple seen in viral proposal photo identified and reunited with the photographer who made them famous.
A father wept at a court hearing after police say he left his toddler son in a hot car during a day of heavy drinking and the boy later died.
Still no newborn cries from Kensington Palace, but the London betting scene is just getting more and more active as time goes on.
Here’s something new to add to the lexicon of computer commands: CTRL + ALT + UNLOAD.
"I would say I use about 8 products a day." This video is now trending of women highlighting just how many product we use a day.
A group of Shepherd Center men will run from New York City to Atlanta to support war veterans.
Thousands of weary passengers stranded at sea for more than 24-hours as 30-foot waves blocked their cruise ship from docking finally made it back to shore early Wednesday in Australia.
An Iowa farm that has more than 5 million chickens has been hit by H5N2 bird flu, a deadly virus that can wipe out flocks within days.
Penalty phase begins in trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The convoy of Iranian ships suspected of carrying weapons destined for rebels in Yemen is parked in the north Arabian Sea, U.S. officials said Tuesday.
Why is this boy laughing? Because he can fly!
FBI Director James Comey did not intend to suggest in an article last week that Poland was responsible for the Holocaust during World War II, a State Department spokeswoman said.
Betty Willis, the woman who designed the famous "Welcome To Las Vegas" sign that's greeted touris
Nursing home's shutdown forces coordinated move of extremely large patient. WJAR's Matt Reed reports.
Ohio State football player Michael Bennett puts "bunny ears" behind President Obama during White House photo shoot.