An Italian woman driving a Ford Focus down a coastal highway received a ticket for going hundreds of miles over the speed limit -- but it was a mistake.
A top Russian diplomat said Friday that he is not optimistic that the U.S.-Russian nuclear arms agreement will be extended because of Washington’s demands to include China in the proposal.
Almost 8,500 terrorist attacks took place in 2019, killing more than 20,300 people – some 5,460 were known perpetrators and 14,840 were victims, according to a report released this week.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Wednesday deported an illegal immigrant who was wanted in El Salvador on charges of terrorism and leading terrorist organizations.
An American student on trial in Italy for allegedly stabbing a plainclothes police officer to death last summer in Rome claimed he was kicked, punched and spat on in custody, according to a leaked transcript of a recording requested by the court.
Being targeted by those who traffic in false promises feels like a “slap in the face” to patients like me.
A lower-court judge swiftly scheduled a hearing for next week on the Manhattan prosecutor’s demand to see President Trump’s financial records.
His threat to democracy is nothing to laugh at.
He cannot hold on to such enormous power and avoid responsibility when things get tough.
A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is denying huge batches of relief requests from students whose schools defrauded them. Even those who aren’t denied are getting very little — or sometimes nothing.
Bit by bit, workouts, programs or seasons are canceled by conferences, throwing into question if it is worth having a season at all in a pandemic.
The decision to only reopen New York City’s public schools part time in September illustrates the looming threat to businesses.
The number of wild animals killed by vehicle traffic was down as much as 45 percent in Maine and 21 percent in California, according to a U.C. Davis report.
Protests erupted after the district attorney in Salt Lake City said there would be no charges against the officers involved in the May shooting of Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal.
The large California hospital system wanted to postpone an agreement reached in a state antitrust case, as coronavirus cases rise.