Among 10 Things to Know: Trump administration blocks 'urgent' whistleblower disclosure; Pentagon to present military options to Trump on Iran; Tropical weather leaves 2 dead in Texas, others stranded and trapped
Picking up wild animals is always a bad idea, wildlife officials say—and placing an injured bobcat next to your child is an especially bad idea. Parks and Wildlife officials in Colorado say a Colorado Springs woman was lucky her 3-year-old boy wasn't badly hurt or even killed by an...
As a 16-year-old boy was murdered in front of a strip mall in Long Island, dozens of other teens were recording video on their phones instead of trying to help him, police say. A group of teens had "pre-arranged" a fight after school in Oceanside, around 30 miles east of...
A former American Airlines mechanic who prosecutors say may have some links to terrorists is due to enter a plea to charges that he sabotaged an aircraft with 150 people aboard
A federal judge in Chicago has ruled the confiscation by Cook County Jail guards of over 30 books from an inmate didn't violate his free-speech rights
A judge is set to rule whether a 20-year-old former college student should stand trial on charges of firing an assault rifle inside a synagogue, killing one woman and injuring three people on the last day of Passover
The deaths in California fires on a scuba diving boat and at the so-called Ghost Ship warehouse have brought a search for blame aimed at finding whether someone was negligent
The slow-churning remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda flooded parts of Texas, leaving at least two people dead and rescue crews with boats scrambling to reach stranded drivers and families trapped in their homes
Nuclear watchdog groups say they will sue if the U.S. government doesn't conduct a nationwide programmatic environmental review of its plans to expand production of key components for the nation's nuclear arsenal
Houston officials say floodwaters are receding across most of the city and efforts will continue through the night to clear the city's freeways of hundreds of vehicles stalled by the flooding
The music has started for revelers braving a long drive to a dusty festival ground in the remote Nevada desert near the once-secret Area 51 military base