A parole hearing has resumed for convicted killer Patricia Krenwinkel, a follower of cult leader Charles Manson, after officials investigated whether battered women's syndrome affected her state of mind at the time of the notorious murders
Jurors have begun a fourth day of deliberations in the murder retrial of a white University of Cincinnati police officer who shot an unarmed black motorist
Weeks after being berated by U.S. President Donald Trump for failing to spend enough on defense, European nations are vowing to boost military cooperation and help build a safer world in their neighborhood
Parole has been denied for convicted killer Patricia Krenwinkel, a follower of cult leader Charles Manson, after officials investigated whether battered women's syndrome affected her state of mind at the time of the notorious murders.
Astana in Kazakhstan has consistently been voted the world’s weirdest capital city. The city is hosting the Astana Expo this year from June to September, which will focus on future energy. The BBC's Karishma Vaswani goes to check it out.
From The New York Times: Dashboard camera video newly released by state investigators shows the moment Officer Jeronimo Yanez fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Minnesota in July 2016.By: By THE NEW YORK TIMES. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2sNFWH0
Understanding where new viruses come from is critical for preventing them from rapidly spreading among humans. When it comes to preventing the next pandemic, a new study suggests that bats may be public enemy number one.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., discusses the GOP effort to overhaul health care, why he won't vote yes on the bill until he reviews it, opioid coverage and making Medicaid sustainable.
A federal judge deciding whether a fellow judge should disqualify himself from a lawsuit over videos by an anti-abortion group says he could not immediately see any appearance of bias
People once held in a privately run Colorado immigration detention center are challenging the system used to keep it clean and maintained, arguing it borders on modern-day slavery
Protections that have been in place for more than 40 years for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone National Park area will be lifted this summer after U.S. government officials ruled that the population is no longer threatened