- British PM condemns 'sick and depraved terrorist attack' that left 5 dead in London
British Prime Minister Theresa May is condemning the "sick and depraved terrorist attack" in London that left at least five people dead and 40 injured.
- Spying claim by U.S. intelligence committee chair renews fight over Russia probe
Republican Devin Nunes's comments that private communications of Donald Trump and his transition team may have been scooped up by American intelligence officials monitoring other targets has led the committee's ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff, to renew his party's calls for an independent probe of Trump campaign links to Russia.
- 'Tapping into the comedy of couples': How Chuck Barris made TV that was ahead of its time
Chuck Barris's trio of hit game shows — The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game and The Gong Show — have had a lasting legacy, paving the way for countless dating shows and reality competitions.
- Vehicles becoming a common weapon: A look at recent attacks
Militants are increasingly turning to vehicle-ramming attacks, like the one staged near Britain's Parliament on Wednesday, because they are cheap, easy to organize and hard to prevent, experts say.
- U.S. veteran randomly targeted black man in fatal stabbing, NYC police allege
A white U.S. Army veteran from Baltimore bent on making a racist attack took a bus to New York, the "media capital of the world," randomly picked out a black man who was collecting bottles on the street and killed him with a sword, police said Wednesday.
- South Korea salvage operation brings up Sewol ferry 3 years after disaster
A 6,160-metric tonne South Korean ferry emerged from the water on Thursday, nearly three years after it capsized and sank into violent seas off the country's southwestern coast, an emotional moment for the country that continues to search for closure to one of its deadliest disasters ever.
- Confusion reigns as experts question motive for U.S. electronics travel ban
The U.S. decision to ban large electronic devices on American-bound flights from 10 international airports sparked confusion among observers Tuesday who were unsure as to how to proceed against the backdrop of an uncertain new policy landscape.
- Chicago teen apparently gang-raped on Facebook Live, say police
A 15-year-old Chicago girl was apparently sexually assaulted by five or six men or boys on Facebook Live, and none of the roughly 40 people who watched the live video reported the attack to police, authorities said.
- Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch basks in praise from Republicans but frustrates Democrats
Assured of support from majority Republicans, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch wrapped up two days of Senate questioning Wednesday to glowing Republican reviews, but complaints from frustrated Democrats that he concealed his views from the American public.
- U.S. urges more support from coalition partners in fight against ISIS
Declaring the Islamic State group's destruction its top Middle East priority, the Trump administration on Wednesday urged coalition partners to contribute more forces to the ongoing fight in Syria.
- Afghanistan hoping U.S. sends thousands more troops
Afghanistan wants the United States to send more forces to help meet shortfalls in the battle against the Taliban and the Islamic State group, the nation's top diplomat said Tuesday.
- United States wins 1st World Baseball Classic
Marcus Stroman tossed six hitless innings, Ian Kinsler slugged a two-run homer and the United States routed Puerto Rico 8-0 on Wednesday night to win its first World Baseball Classic in four tries.
- Rare cancer linked to deaths with textured breast implants, FDA says
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says it has received reports of 9 deaths and more than 350 cases of a rare blood cancer linked to breast implants
- Ukraine bans Russia's entry to Eurovision Song Contest
The Eurovision Song Contest, nominally an apolitical festival of pop music confections and cheerfully tacky costumes, erupted into a political dispute Wednesday after Ukraine banned Russia's contestant from entering the country.
- Waste not on World Water Day: Bob McDonald
Our water supplies seem to be running low because we keep taking from the source. It's time to turn our attention to another huge source, the water we throw away.
- North Korea conducts another missile test, reportedly unsuccessful
North Korea's latest missile launch ended in failure on Wednesday as the United States sent a supersonic bomber streaking over ally South Korea in a show of force against the North, officials said.
- Sears Holdings shares tumble after company warns of 'going concern' doubts
Sears Holdings Corp's shares slumped 15 per cent on Wednesday as bondholders and investors questioned how long the retailer could remain in business, a day after the company flagged going-concern doubts.
- Donald Trump to attend NATO summit in Europe
U.S. President Donald Trump will attend a summit of leaders of NATO nations on May 25 in Brussels, the White House said on Tuesday.
- Colin Dexter, author of Inspector Morse detective series, dead at 86
Colin Dexter, the unassuming British writer who created curmudgeonly, music-loving Oxford detective Inspector Morse, has died aged 86.
- FBI Director James Comey is obviously a creature of the filthy Washington elite: Neil Macdonald
To the people at Trump's Louisville rally, it didn't matter in the slightest that Comey confirmed the FBI is investigating whether Trump's campaign officials colluded with Russian officials to influence the outcome of the election.