Dallas police are investigating whether the killing of two transgender woman and the assault of third over the past seven months are related, authorities said Tuesday.
The move against Hikvision would mark another step to counter China’s economic ambitions, and the first time the administration punished a company for China’s detention of Uighurs.
Captured during the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, his release on probation is highlighting questions about his reintegration into society.
Edward F. Cox, a son-in-law of Richard Nixon, had fallen out of favor with President Trump, and will be replaced by Nick Langworthy, an early Trump supporter.
Lawyers for a Navy SEAL accused of murder say documents show prosecutors misled a judge to get approval to track emails sent to defense attorneys and a journalist
The U.N. envoy for Iraq is calling for "wide-based international support" to prevent Islamic State extremists from regaining a foothold in the country
Bryan Carmody, a night-crawling stringer in the Bay Area, won the support of press-freedom activists, although he may not be a conventional journalist.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is back in New York City after hitting the road as he runs for president. However, he did not go into his office, but rather, he held a few meetings at Gracie Mansion, according to...
Taquan Air, which operates sightseeing tours and regular air service, was involved in two crashes within a week, officials said. Eight people were killed.
Graduation Day at the College of New Rochelle is not only a commencement ceremony for the students, but the end for the school itself. Jummy Olabanji has the story.
Talks between the world's two largest economies have stalled after each nation lobbied higher tariffs on the other's imports.
Bond has been set at $1 million for an 18-year-old man accused of abducting a teenage girl in Idaho before being arrested in Arizona
The alleged assaults were reported to have happened one year ago in the back of a truck in a park in San Marcos, Tex., the police said.
New federal charges have been filed against a man suspected of opening fire in a Southern California synagogue
The U.N. says it is lowering its forecasts for global economic growth in 2019 and 2020 as a result of high trade tensions, uncertainty over economic policies and softening business confidence
Mississippi's House speaker says a state lawmaker should resign if he punched his wife in the face
The California Senate approved legislation to create state-chartered cannabis banks to help the industry get around federal restrictions.
Recent anti-abortion laws around the country have sparked "Stop the Ban" rallies in many cities, including New York City. Ray Villeda reports.
An investigation is underway after a man who hasn't been heard from since Sunday was found dead in New Jersey, law enforcement sources tell News 4 New York.
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First responders in New York City got the chance to meet those whose lives they saved. Gaby Acevedo reports.
Attorney Michael Avenatti says he expects to be indicted in New York in the coming days following his March arrest on charges he tried to extort millions of dollars from Nike
A brother and sister basketball duo from New Jersey are basketball stars on their high school teams. Now, they are both headed to the same college to play with full scholarships. Jen Maxfield reports.
A Bronx woman paid to taxidermy her beloved late parakeet, but three years later she never got those remains and now wants answers about what happened to her dear pet. Lynda Baquero reports.
Police in Newburgh, New York, are investigating a possible incident of animal abuse after a disturbing video circulated among students showing kids allegedly torturing at least one kitten. Wale Aliyu reports.
Police say they have arrested a suspect in the shooting death of a student on Long Island. Greg Cergol reports.
A self-proclaimed gang member testified for a second day in the murder trial of teen Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz. Erica Byfield reports.
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A fourth-grade teacher in Seminole, Florida, was arrested on Monday for bringing a loaded gun and two knives to Starkey Elementary School.
Advocates in the tri-state and across the country are protesting new laws to make abortions more restrictive in certain states. Ida Siegal reports.
A witness at the sex-trafficking trial of self-help guru Keith Raniere says he was a coward during his capture in Mexico and a bully with a disobedient follower
The NYPD is looking for a group of teenagers who allegedly attacked an NYC off-duty firefighter who spotted them harassing an older couple. Marc Santia reports.
West Point cadet Peter Zhu died at age 21 in February in a tragic skiing accident. His parents now can attempt to continue his legacy and their family lineage after a New York judge said they can use his frozen sperm to produce a child.
Police in Dallas say they are investigating whether the killings of two transgender women and an assault on a third are connected
A judge has sentenced a man to death for the slayings of a couple at their Cleveland used car lot
A sheriff says that a North Carolina teacher has been charged with threatening to "shoot up" her school
Convicted of murdering a guard and two fellow prisoners, he had been in solitary confinement since 1983, longer than anyone else in the federal system.
Authorities say a Florida teacher was arrested after bringing a handgun and knives to the elementary school where she worked
President Donald Trump announced his pick for the next secretary of the Air Force Tuesday.
A Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for his wife's murder, which was witnessed by their then-toddler son who found his mother's buried body 21 years later
Authorities say a man was shot outside of a South Dakota jail after he charged at an officer with a knife
Braxton Moral walked across the stage Sunday at his high school in Ulysses, Kansas, as a newly-minted graduate.
The state agency that licenses and inspects health care facilities is investigating a hospital where doctors treated a baby brought in by a woman claiming to be his mother before she was charged with killing the mother and cutting the baby from the womb.
The scientific community is now struggling to grapple with the ethics of human germline editing as another woman pregnant with a gene-edited baby is soon due to give birth.
North Korea's U.N. ambassador says the Trump administration should consider the possible consequences its seizing of a North Korean cargo ship could have on relations between the two countries and immediately return the vessel
Imprisoned for more than 45 years for a murder he didn't commit, Richard Phillips spent more time behind bars than any other wrongfully imprisoned person in America.
A federal judge says Georgia's oldest city violated the free-speech rights of tour guides by requiring them to obtain a license until the local law was scrapped years ago
California growers are frustrated by an unusually wet spring that has delayed the planting of crops like rice and damaged others including strawberries and wine grapes
The Campaign Legal Center said that Barry Zekelman violated the ban on foreign donations when one of his United States companies gave $1.7 million to a Trump SuperPAC.
A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to three years in prison for spray-painting anti-Semitic graffiti and lighting fires outside a suburban Indianapolis synagogue
A bill that would "harden" Texas campuses with increased security and a boost in student mental health resources has cleared a key hurdle in the Legislature a year after a mass shooting at a local high school.
The family of an angler whose catfish held a South Dakota record for nearly 70 years is upset that state wildlife officials voided the record
The city of Birmingham says a company has decided against moving to Alabama because of the state's move to outlaw virtually all abortions
After almost seven years of negotiations, the union reached an agreement with the airline that gives its members $160 million in back pay and raises of 20 percent.
A "heinous" attack on a young person aboard a subway train has prompted NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot F. Shea to ask the public for help identifying those responsible.
A coroner has released the name of the man who was killed when an explosion leveled a home in southern Indiana
Joe Biden responded Tuesday to President Donald Trump's claim that the former vice president "deserted" Pennsylvania, a critical battleground state in the 2020 presidential election.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signaled he'll sign a contentious measure that Republicans call a defense of Chick-fil-A and religious freedom but was tearfully opposed by gay lawmakers
Shut out of the traditional banking system by federal laws, the country's largest legal marijuana market in California could benefit if the state approves a measure creating a special class of banks to handle pot money
Pure's results for the fiscal first quarter were below analysts' estimates, and revenue guidance was also disappointing.
Former Facebook President Sean Parker discussed Opportunity Zones and Facebook regulation in a wide-spanning interview with CNBC.
Donaldson was chief of staff to former White House counsel Don McGahn, who on Tuesday defied the Judiciary panel's subpoena to testify about special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Hicks is the former White House communications director.
A Maryland man who pleaded guilty to paying two teenage girls for sex while he was employed as a police officer in Washington, D.C., has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison
The U.N. says it was informed that a Tunisian appeals court has decided to release Mocef Kartas, a U.N. expert monitoring sanctions against Libya, who was arrested following his arrival in Tunis on March 26
An LSU fraternity has been suspended amid hazing and misconduct allegations
A new study found that 90 percent of young people killed by an intimate partner from 2003 to 2016 were girls.
Jurors are set to begin deliberations in the trial of an inmate accused of leading a riot at Delaware's maximum-security prison during which a guard was killed and other staffers taken hostage