AP Was There: Hours of terror unfold inside…

AP Was There: Two decades ago this week, teenage boys unleashed hours of terror and chaos at Columbine High School

Teens who were with boy shot by officer are added…

Four teenagers who were with 13-year-old Tyre King before the black Ohio boy was fatally shot by a white police officer are now third-party defendants in a lawsuit, even though his family doesn't believe the teens should be held financially responsible

Sol Pais Was Likely Dead Long Before She Was Found

Sol Pais, the Florida 18-year-old who was reportedly obsessed with the Columbine school shooting and caused that school and many others to go on lockout last week when she flew to Colorado and bought a gun, was likely dead before the lockout even occurred, authorities say. Pais flew from Miami...

Climate protesters march in London again; arrests…

London police say more than 710 people have been arrested and some 28 have been charged since climate change protests began earlier this week in the British capital

Police: Attacker kills 1 woman, injures 2nd in NYC apartment

Police say a woman was hacked to death and a second woman is being treated for stab wounds after a killer who may have used an ax attacked them inside a Brooklyn apartment

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Paris police fire tear gas at demonstrators

Police in the French capital fire tear gas as a number of motorbikes are set on fire by protesters.

You Can Now Tour National Parks Across the U.S…

Google Earth did its Google Earth thing again, and now you can virtually explore 31 different U.S. national parks from the comfort of your home. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

'I'm going to die': Survivor recounts Mali ethnic massacre

'If I stay here, I'm going to die': Survivor recounts Mali ethnic massacre as conflict grows

Boy's drag performance at Ohio bar prompts lawmaker's action

The drag queen performance of a 9-year-old boy at a bar outside Ohio's capital city has prompted a state legislator to propose a law aimed at closing what he says is a "loophole in child exploitation laws."

Quest for food stamp data lands newspaper at…

In the summer of 2010, reporters at South Dakota's Argus Leader newspaper came up with the idea of requesting data about the government's food assistance program

Officials to release details about police-involved shooting

Connecticut officials expect to publicly release details next week about the investigation into a shooting that involved police, wounded a woman and led to protests

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Trump Campaign Says Donations Increased 250…

The Mueller report was released Thursday. The next day, the Trump campaign said it had raised over 1 million dollars.

British cyber expert pleads guilty to creating malware

A British cybersecurity researcher credited with stopping a worldwide computer virus in 2017 has pleaded guilty to developing malware to steal banking information

Fake news? Mueller isn't buying it

Special counsel Robert Mueller delivered his own verdict on the president's contention that unfavorable stories are 'fake news': he isn't buying it

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past…

PHOTO GALLERY: Fire ravages historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris; Ivanka Trump visits Ivory Coast; Holy Week rituals in Guatemala.

Parents who starved and shackled children…

A California couple who for years starved a dozen of their children and kept some shackled to beds have been sentenced to life in prison

Serbia's "Lady Macbeth" buried near late strongman Milosevic

Several dozen former allies and supporters have attended the funeral of Mirjana Markovic, the widow of late Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic who was dubbed the "Lady Macbeth" of the Balkans because of the huge influence she had on her husband

Probe: Ex-chancellor's spouse accused in up to 10 complaints

A report shows that as many as 10 students and staff complained of being sexually harassed by the husband of former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper

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'If I could fly cleanly, I would'

Actress Emma Thompson defends her decision to fly to London from the US to attend a climate change protest.