Cosmo DiNardo and his cousin Sean Kratz to face a judge in Bucks County homicide case. They are accused in the slayings of four men who were found buried on the DiNardo family's farm in Solebury last summer.
A Kent State graduate wore a gun holster around her body and a picture of a gun on her graduation cap in viral photos
Ahmed al-Rumaihi denies reports that Trump’s lawyer asked him to send “millions” in bribes – Cohen only asked for $1 million. Then again, a mutual business partner of Steve Bannon and Ice Cube says he’s liar who ripped off their 3-on-3 league.
City and county officials from across the state who oppose California's sanctuary-state law sat down with President Donald Trump Wednesday to voice their objections to the law, and they got a pep talk from the president who slammed the state for failing to crack down on illegal immigration.
Satellite imagery shows North Korea dismantling facilities at its nuclear test site, but experts say the images can't reveal whether it is the first step toward full denuclearisation, or an attempt to cloak nuclear capabilities from outside observers.
President Trump acknowledged Wednesday his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may not take place after Pyongyang threatened to scrap the historic meeting.
So much testimony. So many details he said escaped him.
More than a month before the public learned of the now-infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting, the Trump Organization's top lawyer was already furiously working to piece together a complete account of the meeting and its participants.
The payment by Michael Cohen to actress Stormy Daniels was made in the last weeks before the 2016 presidential election, meant to ensure Daniels would not speak about the alleged affair publicly.
'This historic settlement came about through the bravery of more than 300 women and girls who had the courage to stand up and refuse to be silenced,' says one of victims' lawyers.
The highlights from 2,500 pages of congressional testimony.
Communities across the East Coast were cleaning up early Wednesday morning after powerful spring storms killed at least four people.
A friend of photographer Peggy Short-Nottage's family recently rediscovered the slides, and she is sharing them in advance of the 38th anniversary of the deadliest volcanic eruption in U.S. history.
The government suspects that Joshua Adam Schulte gave documents to WikiLeaks, but they're holding him on child pornography charges.
The Hope Pact pulled off a decisive victory but faces the difficult task of enacting reforms.
The investigation continues into an explosion that killed one and injured three others Tuesday in a medical building in Aliso Viejo, California.
North Korea might nix a summit with the United States due to ongoing military exercises between the U.S. and South Korea
A Riverside County Superior Court judge overturned California’s physician-assisted suicide law on Tuesday, giving the state attorney general five days to file an appeal to keep the law in place.
The North has canceled talks with South Korean officials that were scheduled for Wednesday.
North Korea on Tuesday said a planned summit next month between President Trump and Kim Jung Un is at risk because of joint military exercises between the U.S. and South Korea.
The Latest on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (all times local):
Bill Evanina, tapped to head the newly created National Counterintelligence and Security Center Office, told Sen. Marco Rubio he would never use a ZTE phone.
A Chinese passenger plane makes an emergency landing after its windscreen blows out at 32,000ft.
As a relative quiet descended at the border fence, there was uncertainty about whether the demonstrations would grow, fade, or give way to an outright armed conflict.
The co-pilot of a Sichuan Airlines flight that was forced to make an emergency landing on Monday was "sucked halfway" out of the plane after a cockpit windshield blew out, media reported, citing the aircraft's captain.
Why moving the US embassy to Jerusalem was more about Trumpian politics than making peace.
Mother denies abuse, torture after her husband is arrested and 10 children are taken into protective custody
Attorneys representing the state of Missouri announced Monday they will drop a felony invasion of privacy charge against Gov. Eric Greitens, after the attorney prosecuting the case was named as a witness in the trial.
The first lady is at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and is likely to remain there for the duration of the week.
Announcement came Monday as court entered 3rd day of jury selection for Gov. Greitens accused of taking nonconsensual photo of a partially nude woman
The White House says the first lady will likely remain at Walter Reed for the rest of the week
New Jersey won a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court that could lead many states to legalize betting on college and professional sports. The justices said a 25-year-old federal law that effectively prohibits sports betting outside Nevada is unconstitutional.
Students and parents of a Miami-area high school were angry after school officials allowed a caged tiger and other animals as part of a jungle-themed prom.
State authorities praised the off-duty officer's "technically perfect" response.
Another 900 Palestinians were injured in the clashes making it the bloodiest demonstration in six weeks of protests.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters will attempt to breach the razor wire fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
The Indonesian city of Surabaya has been rocked by a string of attacks in the past 24 hours, including suicide blasts at three churches on Sunday carried out by a single family with four children.
Asian shares were mostly higher Monday, with Hong Kong shares surging after President Donald Trump said he wanted to help a sanctioned Chinese tech giant, signaling a possible improvement in U.S.-China relations.
The National Hurricane Center is watching a disturbance stretching from Cuba to the Southeastern Gulf. The system, which is expected to drench South Florida this week, was given less than a 40 percent chance of developing into a named storm.
Fewer than 45 percent of eligible voters cast ballots, despite predictions that the recent defeat of the Islamic State would lead to a surge in participation.
The company, which was barred from using American components, said it had halted “major operating activities.”
The Trump administration’s decision last week to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran will create an economic policy challenge for the U.S.: How does it enforce sanctions that the rest of the world no longer backs?
Communications aide Kelly Sadler had said at a closed-door staff meeting that McCain's opposition to Gina Haspel as CIA director did not matter because “he's dying anyway.”
ZTE had said last week that it would cease “major operating activities” because of the U.S. government’s recent trade restrictions.
The Latest on the Paris stabbing attack (all times local):
Suicide bombers attacked three Christian churches in Muslim-majority Indonesia on Sunday morning, killing at least 10 people and injuring dozens more, police say.