A jury has begun deliberations in the trial of a Vermont man facing murder charges in the deaths of five teenagers after he caused a head-on crash by driving the wrong way on an interstate
Fiat Chrysler can move forward with plans to build a new, $1.6 billion assembly plant on Detroit's eastside and invest $900 million to retool and modernize another
Cyprus' energy minister says energy companies will drill in search of natural gas in waters off the east Mediterranean island nation's southern coast at eight separate sites over the next two years
Authorities say a 17-year-old girl abducted from the Wendy's restaurant where she worked in Idaho has been found in Arizona along with the man accused of taking her
West Virginia's attorney general is accusing the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston of failing to publicly disclose allegations of sexual abuse against a Catholic school teacher
Michigan's economic development arm approves $223 million in incentives to help Fiat Chrysler invest in five factories, including the construction of a new assembly plant in Detroit
Residents recalled moments of confusion and terror as a gunman fired on authorities at an Alabama mobile home park, leaving one police officer dead, 2 others wounded
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' plans to hold a Cabinet meeting while he's in Israel has raised concerns about whether the officials are violating Florida's open-meeting laws
Ahead of briefings on Capitol Hill, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted that he would "explain the prudent steps" the administration is taking to "deter violence, protect American interests and support the brave Iranian people."
After Eric Garner died following a confrontation with New York City police in 2014, one officer wrote up paperwork exaggerating the seriousness of the dead man's suspected crime
Cruise ships are the ultimate way to relax and get more for you money. But if you’re a thriller seeker, cruise ships also offer high energy activities that come with your ticket. Buzz60’s Lenneia Batiste has that story.
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