Two American teenagers who were classmates at a California high school spent a second night in a Rome jail Saturday after they were interrogated for hours about their alleged roles in the murder of an Italian policeman.
A gunman, accused of killing four persons and injuring two others in a series of shooting from Thursday morning to afternoon, was taken into custody, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) confirmed.
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U.S. Senate gave final legislative approval Tuesday to a bill ensuring that a victims' compensation fund related to the Sept. 11 attacks never runs out of money.
U.S. immigration authorities arrested 35 people during a recent series of highly-publicized, nationwide raids reportedly targeting some 2,000 immigrants, an administration official said Tuesday.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday met with visiting Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at the White House to discuss bilateral ties and Afghanistan.
Britain is seeking to put together a European-led maritime protection mission to protect shipping in the Gulf following the seizure of a British oil tanker by Iran.
The U.S. space agency NASA on Saturday celebrated the moment astronauts landed on the moon for the first time 50 years ago, replaying online the original moon landing broadcast from July 20, 1969.
A number of "legal" reasons were behind the recent seizure of the British oil tanker by Iran, an informed source was quoted as saying by Tasnim news agency on Saturday.
The U.S. military said on Friday that Pentagon has authorized the movement of military personnel and resources to Saudi Arabia to help deter "credible threats."
The motive behind an alleged arson attack on a studio of Kyoto Animation Co. in western Japan, which killed 33 people a day earlier, may have been the theft of ideas, sources said Friday.
The kidnapper and killer of Chinese scholar Zhang Yingying in 2017 was sentenced on Thursday to life imprisonment without possibility of release.
A fire at an animation studio in the city of Kyoto, western Japan, has left several people dead and injured more than 30, some of them seriously, local media reported Thursday.
After prosecutors and the defense finished their separate closing arguments, a U.S. judge on Wednesday afternoon began deliberations on possible death penalty for Brendt Christensen, who was found guilty of killing Chinese scholar Zhang Yingying in 2017.