A Navy SEAL called by prosecutors to testify at the murder trial of a colleague has acknowledged killing a wounded prisoner in Iraq in what he described as an act of mercy
Authorities say a rookie Sacramento police offer was fatally shot during a domestic violence call and laid wounded for about 45 minutes as the gunman kept officers at bay with volleys of bullets
A federal law enforcement official says the FBI received a call about Brian Isaack Clyde about three years before he opened fire on a courthouse in downtown Dallas
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown deployed the state police to try to round up Republican lawmakers who fled the Capitol _ and the state _ in an attempt to block a vote on a landmark climate plan
Police Commissioner Richard Ross says 72 Philadelphia police officers have been placed on administrative duty amid an initial investigation into a national group's accusation offensive posts by officers in several states
California's top air pollution regulator says the state has proposed compromises to end a deadlock with the Trump administration on fuel economy standards, but the administration hasn't been willing to negotiate
Thousands of protesters have tried to storm the parliament building in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi and are calling for the government's resignation.
The Mexican and Salvadoran presidents were meeting in Mexico on Thursday to discuss a development plan that aims to slow a surge of mostly Central American migrants toward the U.S. border
Authorities say a film producer from Massachusetts accidentally drowned while scuba diving in a Montana lake during a video shoot for a prospective U.S. Senate candidate
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is open to the idea of letting new payment services such as Facebook's upcoming Libra hold funds with the central bank _ something previously limited to commercial banks.