American Airlines apologised to a female passenger and suspended an employee after a video showing an onboard clash over a baby stroller went viral, in the latest embarrassment for a US carrier over how it treated a customer.
A massive power outage threw San Francisco into chaos for most of the work day on Friday (local time), knocking out traffic signals, paralyzing businesses and halting the city's famed cable cars.
US Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday the United States would honour a controversial refugee deal with Australia, under which the United States would resettle 1250 asylum seekers, a deal President Donald Trump had described as "dumb".
The son of a Russian lawmaker was sentenced by a US federal court to 27 years in prison after being convicted of a cyber assault on thousands of US businesses, marking the longest ever hacking-related sentence in the US.
The highly secretive meeting being held in Queenstown this weekend is a gathering of intelligence and security agencies related to the Five Eyes spying network.
A murder suspect who police said posted a video on Facebook of the killing of a Cleveland man fatally shot himself after a "brief pursuit" by Pennsylvania State Police officers on Tuesday (local time), police said.
A US judge sentenced Brazilian engineering company Odebrecht SA to pay $2.6 billion in fines in a massive criminal corruption case.
The record label Cash Money Records was sued by Drake's former label for a share of the profits from the Toronto rapper's first six solo albums, potentially totalling tens of millions of dollars.
A 5-year-old boy sustained fatal injuries at a rotating restaurant atop a skyscraper in downtown Atlanta when his head became lodged between a stationary wall and a table affixed to the slow-moving floor.
Cleveland police were searching for a suspect they said broadcast video of himself on Facebook killing a person and claiming that he had murdered others.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo on called WikiLeaks a "hostile intelligence service," using his first public speech as spy agency chief to denounce leakers who have plagued US intelligence.
US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to South Korea in what his aides said was a sign of the US commitment to its ally in the face of rising tensions over North Korea's nuclear program.
The sculptor of Wall Street's "Charging Bull" statue is seeing red over New York City's decision to keep in place the "Fearless Girl" sculpture that now stares it down, saying it has changed the meaning of his work.
The White House said that the Trump administration strongly supports a bill to repeal regulations requiring internet service providers to do more to protect customers' privacy than websites like Alphabet Inc's Google or Facebook Inc.
United Nations chief Antonio Guterres has appointed former South Carolina Governor David Beasley to run the Rome-based World Food Programme (WFP).
A Harvard-educated lawyer has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a high-profile 2015 California kidnapping that drew comparisons to the film Gone Girl ending a bizarre abduction saga that...
Just hours before President Donald Trump's revised travel ban was set to go into effect, a U.S. federal judge in Hawaii issued an emergency halt to the order's implementation.
President Donald Trump will ask the US Congress for dramatic cuts to many federal programmes as he seeks to bulk up defence spending, start building a wall on the border with Mexico and spend more...
A late-season snowstorm that swept the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States has begun to weaken after a day of disruption.
Mexicans on the US border anxiously awaited the outcome of the US presidential election on Tuesday, plagued by fears of economic disaster if Republican Donald Trump wins and tries to choke local...