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LAS VEGAS — Parts of the Western U.S. are getting an early taste of scorching summer heat, forcing officials in California, Oregon and desert Southwest…
The vote forced Turkey to recall its ambassador assigned to Germany.
Three soldiers were killed and six were missing after a military truck was swept away in a rain-swollen creek Thursday at Fort Hood, Army officials said.
Prince died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller, shown by the autopsy results released on June 2.
Coming back from an ACL tear and still dealing with his mom’s death, Orozco wants to return to the Olympic stage.
Federal regulators proposed a clampdown on payday lenders and other high interest loans on June 2, the first nationwide attempt to address the industry.
A Blue Angels F/A-18 fighter jet crashed near Nashville, Tennessee, killing the pilot just days before a weekend air show that the team was practicing for, the Navy said.
Former Baylor coach Art Briles told a Waco television station that the report on the handling of sexual assault allegations commissioned by the school has not been shared with him and that he assumes it supports a conclusion already drawn by the Board of Regents.
Some participants in the violence of the Cultural Revolution in China have apologized for their actions; many others have not.
The victim of a murder-suicide that locked down the UCLA campus for hours was a professor who was married with two children, according to authorities and friends.
With the river expected to reach its peak on June 3, the museums will close and move the art to a safer place.
Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott looks to move ahead of Darren McFadden, Alfred Morris and Lance Dunbar on the depth chart.
In parts of Africa, tourists and researchers routinely trek into the undergrowth to see gorillas in their natural habitat with no barriers and no enclosures.
A new surveillance video that shows a “person of interest” in the slaying of an 11-year-old Houston boy was released June 2, more than two weeks after the stabbing.