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Ten years after his daughter and another young girl were murdered by an illegal immigrant drunk driver, Ray Tranchant thinks justice might finally be coming to Virginia Beach.
Venezuela's Supreme Court has ruled that it can take over responsibilities assigned to Congress.
Someone has taken two copies of the Quran from the chapel at Charlotte Douglas International Airport and left a note criticizing the Islamic holy book.
A motorist accused of killing five bicyclists and injuring four others in southwestern Michigan will stand trial on second-degree murder charges.
Government-stacked court argues that congress is in contempt of court for swearing in three lawmakers accused of fraud.
An unsettled weather pattern that so far this week has contributed to the deaths of six people in the Southern Plains shifted into the Ohio Valley and southern United States on Thursday, but forecasters say the next round of severe weather won't be as bad as initially anticipated.
The Latest on migrants and asylum-seekers in Europe (all times local): 4:40 p.m.
Tad Cummins, the Tennessee teacher believed to be on the run with 15-year-old student Elizabeth Thomas, may have fled to Mexico with the girl, investigators say.
The shark was found dead on a road that has been cut off by flooding.
Pakistani police say a suspected militant has killed a lawyer from the country's minority Ahmadi sect over blasphemy allegations.
Officer Tom Wagstaff was shot and critically hurt on Wednesday morning while responding to a burglary, according to Independence police. He remains listed in critical condition as of Wednesday night following emergency surgery.
German prosecutors have charged an Afghan man with membership in the Taliban and as an accessory to attempted murder for his role in fighting Afghan police and security forces.
A young Filipino fisherman has returned home after getting lost at sea in a storm and drifting for nearly two months, during which he says his uncle starved to death, before being rescued thousands of kilometers (miles) away.
An army ranger and a policeman have been shot dead in Thailand's deep south in the latest killings in a region troubled by violent Muslim separatism.
The Latest on severe weather in the central and southern United States: (all times local): 9 a.m.
A Lithuanian university says a scholar has discovered a missing copy of the Baltic country's 1918 Independence Act in the archives of Germany's foreign ministry in Berlin.
New German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called for stronger French-German leadership to ensure the European Union's future one day after Britain triggered its exit from the bloc.
A new baby lion cub has been born at the Dallas Zoo.
Charles Smith's gun may have been fake, but a New York Court of Appeals ruling against him is very real.
British police say mountain rescuers have found five bodies with the wreckage of a helicopter that disappeared on a flight from England to Ireland.