Cincinnati Zoo 'Would Make the Same Decision' to Shoot Gorilla
Director Thane Maynard said he's not "pointing fingers" on who to blame.
Sanders, Clinton Walk in Memorial Day Parades on Opposite Coasts
Clinton marched in a parade outside NYC, while Sanders walked in San Francisco.
Former College Swimmer Drowns During Lifeguard Tryouts
Jack Jackubet had just graduated from SUNY Cortland two weeks before he died.
Small Plane Lands on Interstate 10 in Mississippi
A single-engine airplane has made an emergency landing on Interstate 10 in south Mississippi's Jackson County
Health Officials Now Confirm 11 Cases of Measles in Arizona
An outbreak of measles that began with an inmate at a federal detention center for immigrants in central Arizona has now...
Prison Guard Who Opened Exploding Package Is Critically Hurt
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a correction officer who opened a package that exploded at his home is in critical condition
5 People Injured in Memorial Day Shooting in Baltimore
Four men and one woman sustained non-life threatening injuries, police said.
Bloody Memorial Day Weekend Leaves 4 Dead, Dozens Wounded in Chicago
One resident cites "not so good policing" among the contributing factors.
Transgender Man Assaulted in Homeless Shelter Dies of Injuries
Hate-crime charges have not been ruled out in the death of Amos Beede, 38.
The Most Interesting Characters From the Libertarian Convention
The rapping 2016 hopeful doctor, a stripping candidate and Vermin Supreme.
On Memorial Day, Honoring 1.2M Who Died Fighting for America
A by-the-numbers look at U.S. war casualties.
Japan on Alert After Threat of Potential N. Korean Missile Launch
Japan's defense minister has readied missile-defense systems.
White House Returns to Normal Operations After Lockdown
The Secret Service says the White House has returned to normal operations after somebody threw a metal object over the fence,...
Mexican Soccer Player Alan Pulido Overpowered Kidnappers
Mexican authorities say soccer player Alan Pulido overpowered a kidnapper and guided rescuers to the house where he was held
Elite Iraqi Forces Push Into Fallujah, Expect Fierce Battle
Elite Iraqi special forces begin their push into Fallujah, expecting to encounter the stiffest resistance yet in the campaign...
Family Finds Body of Man Swept Away on Texas Gulf Coast
The Coast Guard says the body of a man who was swept away while trying to rescue a woman in distress has been recovered near...
Rome Student Burned Alive by Ex-Boyfriend, Police Say
Rome police say a university student was burned alive by her ex-boyfriend
Shark Attack on Both US Coasts This Memorial Day Weekend
Shark bites are "inevitable," says an expert at the University of Florida.
2 in Critical Condition After Electrically Shocked in Swimming Pools
The separate incidences raised concerns about swim safety this summer.
Baby Elephant Rescued From Open Drain
Some good Samaritans where caught on tape saving the calf.
The Reason Original Kunta Kinte Actor Took Part in 'Roots' Reboot
Stars from the original weigh in on the remake, which premieres tonight.
Bettman Not Bullish About NHL Participation in 2018 Olympics
The NHL remains open to sending its players to the 2018 Winter Olympics just so long as the league's owners aren't required...
Duvall Hits Two of Reds' 5 Homers in 11-8 Win Over Rockies
Adam Duvall's first career multi-homer games leads Reds to 11-8 win over Rockies on Monday
Rossi Chased a Career in Europe but Is Still Very American
Alexander Rossi is the most unfamiliar American winner of the Indianapolis 500 in years
Astros Rack up 13 Hits in 8-3 Win Over Arizona
Collin McHugh struck out eight in his first career complete game, Jason Castro had three RBIs and the Houston Astros...
Physicist Stephen Hawking Baffled by Donald Trump's Rise
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking may have a good grasp of the workings of the universe, but he says he can't understand...
Photos: Rihanna Makes a Coffee Run in Green Tulle
All of the singer's hottest and most risque looks.
Photos: Obama Makes Historic Visit to Asia
Obama strives for friendlier relations with its most longstanding adversaries.
Photos: These Little Piggies Went to the Market
Absolutely adorable baby animals!
Photos: India's Record-Breaking Heat Wave in Pictures
Much of India is reeling after weeks of intense heat.
Photos: This Week in Pictures: May 21 - 27, 2016
The latest news photos from around the globe.