While most kids his age are attending middle school, 12-year-old Jeremy Shuler has just started his first semester at Cornell University.
The hills of northern Myanmar’s Sagaing region were so legendarily thick with forests that in the days of kings, condemned criminals were ordered into the woods as a death sentence.
The first hurricane to hit Florida in more than a decade wiped away beachside buildings and toppled trees onto homes Friday before plowing inland on a path that could send it rolling up the densely populated East Coast with heavy rain, high winds and f…
Mexico’s president said that Donald Trump’s proposals represent a threat to the future of his country and that he agreed to a widely criticized meeting with the Republican candidate to open a space for dialogue.
The Denver Post is mourning the loss of a reporter who died after being hit by a vehicle while crossing a street.
Subway’s former pitchman imprisoned for child pornography and sex abuse says the parents of one of his female victims are to blame for what he describes as her “destructive behaviors.” Jared Fogle makes that argument in a Thursday filing in U.S. Distri…
Tarantulas are out looking for love, and hikers in Southern California’s Santa Monica Mountains are warned to watch out for the hairy spiders.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Thursday that Republican standard-bearer Donald Trump’s proposals represent a “threat” to his country, a day after the two men met in the Mexican capital.
China’s air force says it’s developing a new type of strategic bomber, adding to recent progress in large aircraft production.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Wided Bouchamaoui is urging people everywhere not to “muddle up” terrorism with Islam.
The bankruptcy of the Hanjin shipping line has thrown ports and retailers around the world into confusion, with giant container ships marooned and merchants worrying whether tons of goods will reach their shelves.
Australia’s prime minister said Friday that he “read the Riot Act” to lawmakers who caused the government to lose votes in Parliament by sneaking out early.
A gunman who killed a federal airport screener and wounded three others in a terrifying rampage at Los Angeles International Airport three years ago agreed to plead guilty to all counts in a deal that spares him the death penalty.
A gunman who killed a federal airport screener and wounded three others during a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport three years ago has agreed to plead guilty.