Jaheim Wilson was 16 when he was shot and killed in April in Chicago and just a few months older than his cousin Alexis Willis.
Bangladesh’s Supreme Court has upheld a High Court’s decision to grant bail to opposition leader and former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, who was jailed for five years on a corruption conviction.
After a few months of rapprochement, North Korea abruptly called off scheduled high-level talks with South Korea on Wednesday and warned the U.S. that a planned summit with President Donald Trump could be at risk.
A Texas inmate scheduled to be executed Wednesday evening has insisted he wasn’t involved in a San Antonio “lovers’ lane” killing more than 14 years ago that sent him to death row.
President Donald Trump’s pick to be the next CIA director appears headed for confirmation as Gina Haspel picks up Democratic support and is expected to get a nod from the Senate intelligence committee.
Oregon state Rep. Knute Buehler has won the GOP gubernatorial primary, besting a crowded field vying to compete against incumbent Democrat Kate Brown in November.
China says military exercises around Taiwan are intended as a direct threat to the self-governing island’s government over moves Beijing sees as cementing its independence from the mainland.
Two cousins charged in the deaths of four young men found buried on a suburban Philadelphia farm are expected to resolve their criminal case without a trial.
Pennsylvania could send at least three women Congress next year, breaking the all-male hold on the 18-member U.S. House delegation.
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On a recent Sunday, Managua’s auxiliary Roman Catholic Bishop Silvio Baez talked to those gathered for Mass about love and its many forms.
Hawaii residents are facing the highest volcanic activity alert after officials warned Tuesday that the Big Island’s Kilauea volcano is growing more explosive — as a massive ash cloud grows in the sky.
An Afghan official says government forces have pushed back the Taliban from a western city.
Malaysia’s reformist icon Anwar Ibrahim has been freed from custody after receiving a royal pardon, paving the way for a political comeback following his alliance’s stunning election victory.
An explosion rocked a Southern California medical office building Tuesday, killing a woman and injuring three other people, authorities said.
A man accused of splattering red paint on an Israeli flag in Philadelphia has been taken into custody.
Investigators in Guatemala have revealed new details of a probe against President Jimmy Morales relating to purported illicit campaign financing.
Australia’s highest court on Wednesday rejected the refugee claims of two Pakistani and a Nepalese asylum seeker because they could find somewhere safe in their homelands to live.
Pennsylvania U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta is projected to defeat state Rep. Jim Christiana in Tuesday’s Republican primary to determine who will face incumbent Democratic Sen. Bob Casey in November.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and his powerful vice president and first lady, Rosario Murillo, say they will attend the opening of a national dialogue Wednesday that follows weeks of protests that have left dozens dead and weakened their Sandinist…