U.S. Justice Department officials on Thursday criticized local authorities' investigation of the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, saying the case had been handled in a "selective" and "inappropriate" manner.
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Three people were killed and two taken to a hospital after a small airplane and a helicopter collided in mid-air on Thursday near a local airport in Frederick, Maryland, authorities said.
Pocono Mountain residents are upset now that a six-week-old manhunt for an accused cop killer has forced the cancellation of school, hunting season and even Halloween parades, but few have suffered as much disruption to their lives as James Tully.
A physician with Doctors Without Borders who returned to New York City from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola, the New York Times said on Thursday.
The former mayor of a small Louisiana city was arrested on Thursday and charged with 40 counts of possessing child pornography, prosecutors said.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, is being described as the most powerful terrorist in the world. He wants an Islamic empire, and he’s ruthlessly leading from the frontlines to achieve his goals.
The RSPCA in England is investigating after a dog named Ziggy was found with a bolt through its head.
With headlines about "Canada's 9/11" and the nation's "lost innocence," Wednesday's terror attack on the capital has shattered the world's perception of Canada as a peaceful and benign nation.