Italian Leader: 22 Dead in An “Immense Tragedy”
Italy's leader says 22 people have been killed and 16 injured in a highway bridge collapse in Genoa, and he fears that the final death toll may rise further.
UK Police Say Properties Raided After Car Crash at Parliament
Police suspect a UK national who crashed a car into a barrier near Parliament Tuesday was attempting to carry out a terror attack.
FBI Fires Peter Strzok in Wake of Anti-Trump Text Messages
Strzok, a longtime FBI agent who was removed from the Russia investigation over anti-Trump text messages, has been fired by the agency, his lawyer said Monday.
Authorities Probe How ‘Suicidal’ Employee Could Steal Plane
Friday night, an airline employee stole a turboprop plane and crashed into a small island in the Puget Sound after being chased by military jets.
For Now, Army Suspends Discharges of Immigrant Recruits
The U.S. Army has stopped discharging immigrant recruits who enlisted seeking a path to citizenship — at least temporarily.
Judge Who Overturned Other Obama Program Hears DACA Case
Legal experts say that conflict would draw the attention of higher courts or the U.S. Supreme Court, which would likely uphold this judge's ruling.
Trump Appears to Change Story on Meeting With Russian Lawyer
Sunday's tweet was Trump's clearest statement yet on the purpose of the meeting, which has become a focal point of Robert Mueller's investigation.
China Announces $60B of US Goods for Tariff Retaliation
The escalating dispute, with no settlement in sight, has fueled fears it might chill global trade and economic growth.
Man Who Swiped Shark Says He’s ‘Activist, Not a Criminal’
The man accused of swiping a shark from a Texas aquarium says he did so because he was concerned about the sea creature's wellbeing.
Judge Blocks Release of Blueprints for 3D-Printed Guns
A federal judge stopped the release as President Trump questioned whether his administration should have agreed to allow the plans to be posted online.