Saudi women are in the driver's seat for the first time in their country and steering their way through busy city streets just minutes after the world's last remaining ban on women driving was lifted on Sunday.
A cop killer who murdered a New York City police officer in 1973 has been granted parole and will be released in July, the New York Post reported.
Mandatory drug treatment programs are on the rise. But can a person truly recover when forced into treatment?
Twenty-five people were injured, four severely, when an explosion ripped through an apartment building in Germany, police said.
Beachgoers in Bonita Spring, Florida were treated to a strange sight last week: an alligator going for a swim.
The U.S. Navy has identified the pilot who died Friday when the aircraft he was flying crashed at an Air Force base in New Mexico.
A man who allegedly posed as a delivery driver to steal from Las Vegas casinos was arrested earlier this month and will face a court hearing scheduled for Wednesday, police said.
A New York mother whose son was killed in a traffic accident is outraged that state politicians ended their 2018 session Thursday without renewing speed cameras – but had time for fun and games at the state capitol.
Two San Diego police officers were shot Saturday evening after a gunman wearing body armor barricaded himself in an apartment and fired through the walls.
After three years of discussion, the City Council in Alexandria, Va., voted Saturday to remove the name of Jefferson Davis from a city highway.