The stabbing death of a popular schoolteacher has attracted attention not only for its brutality and rarity in Berkeley, California, but also because the suspect prefers to be called "they" rather than "he."
Thousands of people crowded into Moscow's Pushkin Square for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government, the biggest gathering in a wave of nationwide protests that were the most extensive show of defiance in years
An undisclosed medical issue could affect whether former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley must give a deposition in a federal lawsuit alleging he ignored evidence of police torture by ex-police commander Jon Burge
From The New York Times: Neighbors of Khalid Masood, the London attacker, were left stunned by the news that he had lived alongside them in Birmingham, after police officers raided his former home.By: By CAMILLA SCHICK. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2nRbM3X
While the White House was trying to rally support for the healthcare bill, Trump was playing with trucks. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says President Donald Trump in the coming days will sign a new executive order that unravels his predecessor's sweeping plan to curb global warming
A city councilwoman is asking homeowners in an Oklahoma college town to rename a street honoring a prominent former university professor and Ku Klux Klan member
The nine-month Brexit "phoney war" is set to come to an end this week when British Prime Minister Theresa May notifies the European Union of Britain's intention to leave, starting two years of unprecedented negotiations. Ciara Lee reports.
With Breitbart questioning Paul Ryan's future as speaker of the house, John Phillips and Dylan Byers discuss the GOP's sometimes cozy, sometimes contentious relationship with conservative media.