Agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have arrested 225 illegal immigrants in New York state as part of a six-day operation “Operation Keep Safe.”
Police officers from across the country are expected to attend the funeral of a Massachusetts officer who was killed in the line of duty.
An Ohio sheriff says he remains confident in the staff investigating the unsolved killings of eight family members nearly two years ago.
A former Lithuanian judge and parliamentarian jailed in Chicago at her homeland’s request fears death if she’s extradited because she helped expose a network of influential pedophiles in the country, she told The Associated Press in her first interview…
Historians and journalists on Tuesday tweeted out the hand-written love letter that future President George H.W. Bush sent to his then-fiancée Barbara Pierce on Dec. 12, 1943.
Crash investigators say a pilot saw an engine malfunction warning signal moments before his helicopter crashed on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef last month, killing a honeymooning couple from Hawaii and injuring a Colorado couple.
The United Nations has granted accreditation to American groups focusing on human rights in North Korea and Iran, overturning a committee’s rejection and giving the groups the right to speak at the Human Rights Council and other U.N. bodies.
The National Transportation Safety Board say an engine cowling belonging to the Southwest Airlines jet that blew an engine in mid-air Tuesday, has been found in Bernville, Pennsylvania – about 70 miles west of Philadelphia.
President Donald Trump tweeted late Tuesday against the United States rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership after recently asking trade officials to reexamine the deal he pulled out of during his first days in office.
Vietnamese police have ordered the arrest of several former officials and police officers with alleged ties to a real estate developer who was arrested after being deported from Singapore.
Russia has clashed again with the United States and its Western allies over Syria, saying airstrikes on suspected chemical sites in the war-torn nation have set back any political negotiations to end the seven-year conflict.
A Boston College philosophy professor—known as the “dating professor”—offers extra credit to her students who (while sober) ask someone out on a date, go out on that said date and have no physical contact.
Three dead bodies were discovered Tuesday in a parked vehicle in Burbank, Calif., near Los Angeles, police said.
Twenty South Carolina prisoners have been killed at the hands of fellow inmates in the past 16 months.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un over Easter weekend in an effort to lay the groundwork for a summit between Kim and President Trump, Fox News has confirmed.
A professional surfing event off Western Australia has been called off two days after two shark attacks nearby.
Former first lady Barbara Bush passed away Tuesday night at the age of 92, a spokesman for the Bush family confirmed.
Hundreds of people have been airlifted out of dangerous floodwaters on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, but authorities said Tuesday that others are still stranded at evacuation centers.
The Environmental Protection Agency defended its embattled boss, Scott Pruitt, after the Republican chairman of a Senate committee noted that Pruitt apparently used four government email accounts.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ legal woes mounted Tuesday after the state’s attorney general suggested that Greitens had illegally used a charity donor list for political purposes.