The names of 12 students and a teacher who were killed in the Columbine High School shooting have been read out at a ceremony marking 20 years since the massacre.
Oscar-nominated director John Singleton is in intensive care after suffering a stroke.
A woman has been hacked to death in New York, with another victim managing to raise the alarm after escaping the building.
Two schoolgirls are facing charges of plotting mass murder in the US after a teacher allegedly found their detailed written plans to kill nine people.
An heiress to a multibillion-dollar liquor company fortune has pleaded guilty over her role in a sex trafficking case involving a cult-like group in New York.
The British hacker who helped stop the ransomware attack on the NHS has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the US, according to court documents.
A US couple who starved and locked up 12 of their 13 children have been jailed for life.
A recording of the 911 call that alerted police to a couple who starved and locked up some of their 13 children has been released.
Justin Bieber has called for the sacking of a Fox News host over remarks about late rapper Nipsey Hussle.
Donald Trump has declared "Game Over" for his "haters" - but a long-awaited report revealed how the US president sought the firing of the man investigating his team's alleged links to Russia.
The US president, American politicians and most of the world are waiting for the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election.
Amazon has announced that it is closing its online store in China after struggling to gain a foothold in the world's most populous nation.
A British diver who helped save 12 schoolboys trapped in a cave in Thailand has himself been rescued from a flooded tunnel in the US after more than a day underground.
Social media website Pinterest ended its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange with shares up by almost a third , as it returned some much-needed faith in technology initial public offerings (IPOs) to Wall Street.
A teenager "infatuated" with the 1999 Columbine massacre who forced the closure of schools in Denver has been found dead.
The European Commission has published a list of $20bn (£15bn) worth of US imports it could hit with tariffs, in an aircraft subsidy dispute that has dragged on for nearly 15 years.
Anthony Joshua's next fight has been thrown into serious doubt after an "adverse finding" was found in a drug test on his opponent, Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller.
Schools in Denver have closed after an 18-year-old "infatuated" with the Columbine massacre made threats and bought a shotgun and ammunition.
Donald Trump has vetoed a motion that would have stopped the US providing military aid to Saudi Arabia for their ongoing war in Yemen.