Four years after what appeared to be one of the largest single cases of sex assault on US school grounds, it’s not clear what happened.
China has reported its exports expanded for a second straight month in April but at a slower pace while import growth also decelerated as demand cooled both at home and overseas.
A court in central China is trying human rights lawyer Xie Yang in one of several cases in which the country’s legal professionals are accused of undermining the system.
Police say a man accused of killing two engaged doctors at a luxury Boston condominium building has a criminal history of robbing banks.
An Associated Press investigation has found that student-on-student sexual assault in the U.S. is perhaps nowhere as dismissed or as camouflaged as in boys’ sports.
Australia’s prime minister says a 6-year-old Australian boy photographed making an Islamic State movement salute in front of a human body hanging from a cross somewhere in the Middle East is entitled to return to Australia with his siblings.
A Vermont man accused of causing a crash that left five teenagers dead is seeking permission to contact the mother of his child.
A Massachusetts police officer who was shot in the face at a motel has been released from the hospital.
Philippine and U.S. troops have begun annual joint exercises that are smaller in scale than in years past, focusing on disaster response and counterterrorism while excluding territorial defense operations.
North Carolina police say they’re investigating the possible suicide of an Army veteran charged with shooting her service dog as she laughed.
Police are investigating after, they said, two people were shot near a high-end hotel in the Mid-Beach area of Miami Beach, Sunday night.