Top Republicans serving on panels involved in the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry into President Trump penned a memo to GOP members on those committees outlining "key points of evidence" from the closed-door inquiry ahead of public hearings slated to begin Wednesday.
San Francisco's newly elected district attorney has promised to not prosecute public urination and other quality-of-life crimes that have plagued the highly-priced Bay Area amid a crippling homelessness crisis affecting urban communities across California.
Demonstrators in Chile looted a Roman Catholic church Friday amid weeks of violent unrest triggered by a proposed 4-cent subway fare hike that has since evolved into larger dissatisfaction over income inequality.
An air base in northern Iraq that houses U.S. troops was targeted Friday evening with a barrage of rockets, security officials said, as violence continues to mount in parts of the country amid fights with Islamic State militants and angry anti-government protesters.
An Indonesian man who is a member of a group that helped draft laws harsh adultery laws was publically whipped Thursday after he was caught having an affair with a married woman.
Mourners at a funeral in Germany got an involuntary high when they were accidentally served hash cake, police said Tuesday.
A Chinese orienteering team was disqualified this week for cheating at the Military World Games being hosted in their country for using secret paths and markings in the navigation competition, organizers said.
Motorists in southwest England will need to pay special attention when driving through Dorset County next week, where officials are putting a 41-mile detour around a 65-foot stretch of construction work.
The Vatican's security chief who served as Pope Francis' main bodyguard resigned Monday over leaks related to a financial investigation into alleged wrongdoing in the holy city.
Member countries from the European Union pledged on Monday to suspend weapons exports to Turkey over its widely condemned military operations in Syria.
A vaccine undergoing testing at the Mayo Clinic has reportedly removed cancer cells in a breast cancer patient.
President Trump on Wednesday said he would speak to the wife of an Amerian diplomat who left Brittain after becoming a suspect in a deadly wrong-way car crash that killed a teenager, resulting in an outcry from UK leaders and igniting a debate over privileges of diplomatic immunity.
California will limit how much landlords can increase rents over the next decade as the state continues to grapple with a housing crisis that has exacerbated its homelessness epidemic.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry on Monday denied rumors that he would resign following his alleged connection to the controversy surrounding President Trump and Ukrainian officials.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, continued to assail the NBA and China on Monday, tweeting his support of "South Park," which was banned from China after a recent episode critical of the Communist government, and at the same time criticizing the league for its perceived capitulation to Beijing.
A Virginia police officer suspended for turning an undocumented immigrant over to federal agents will return to duty, officials said Thursday.
Stem cells harvested from the blood of 56 Los Angeles-area child cancer patients were lost when the hospital freezer where they were stored malfunctioned, administrators said Wednesday.
A federal judge in Los Angeles blocked the Trump administration Friday from enforcing rules that would allow authorities to indefinitely detaining immigrant children with their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A photographer with The Associated Press and another man were wounded Monday outside the Haitian parliament after a senator fired a pistol during a confrontation with protesters.
A guitar that belonged to late blues legend B.B. King sold at an auction for $280,000 over the weekend, auction house officials said.