Missouri man faces execution 26 years after 15-year-old victim was kidnapped, raped, killed
Missouri prison officials prepare to execute man who kidnapped, raped, killed 15-year-old girl
Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr. has been convicted of capital murder for killing three people in a 2014 shooting rampage.
California doctor faces murder trial in overdose deaths of 3 young men.
At Harvard's new 'virtual classroom,' students tune in to class from computers anywhere
Murder trial begins for California doctor in overdose deaths of 3 young men
US stocks move solidly lower, led by declines in energy shares as oil prices sink
Kanye said he's running for president but he's been dropping hints on what his platform would look like for years.
State Dept to release 7,000 pages of emails; 150 emails contain now-classified information
Syrian government official says amount of damage done to Palmyra temple unclear after bombing
Documents: Weapons, protective gear found at home where Oklahoma couple, 3 children slain
Hurricane Ignacio begins to fall apart, move away from Hawaiian islands; watches lifted
The arrest of two British journalists covering Turkey's unrest for Vice News is being called an act of censorship.
Woman accused of drowning sons tells police she wanted to spare them the problems she faces.
Federal judge sides with anti-abortion group in challenge to birth control requirement
Official China factory index falls to 3-year low, in latest sign of economic slowdown
After the Ukrainian Parliament threw its support behind part of the peace deal, protests erupted and left one soldier dead.
Arctic chills, messy energy politics await Obama on his historic trip to Alaska
EU struggles for answers as migrant influx challenges border security, raises tensions
Police officer in Georgia shot, taken to hospital; circumstances not immediately clear
Hurricane Fred forms in the Atlantic, is moving closer to the Cape Verde Islands
As Europe debates how to deal with the influx of people landing on its shores, the language used to describe them is subject to its own dispute.
India investigators submit preliminary report on whether Google abuses its search dominance
Experts go to Sierra Leone's north to investigate new case of Ebola; will start vaccine trial
President Obama will become the first U.S. president to learn survival tactics from Bear Grylls. The two will tackle the Alaskan tundra.
Alaska Supreme Court sides with governor, won't block Medicaid expansion