The novelist known as James Church uses Inspector O, a Pyongyang cop, to help describe the realities of life in North Korea.
A Boeing 737-700 with 104 people aboard makes an emergency landing in Pensacola, Fla.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knew that not standing for the national anthem would draw some opinions – and it has.
Deputy interior minister Rodolfo Illanes was kidnapped and beaten to death by striking mine workers after to going to the town of Panduro.
More than 430 fundraisers posted on the GoFundMe website after the mass shooting, revealing questionable intentions.
Data from the city's police department shows that four out of five people shot by officers were African-American men or boys.
Bangladesh security forces killed three Islamist militants, one of whom possibly led an attack on a café in Dhaka.
NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was killed in crossfire in Chicago, but Donald Trump didn't offer condolences.
ISIS propaganda focuses on its military activity and also portrays itself as an effective government.
Anne Holton, wife of vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, is a veteran of the political stage.
Recovery efforts continued as the country mourned the victims of the Aug. 24 earthquake.
The ruling means two students and a UNC employee can use bathrooms matching their gender identity.
GOP Rep. Steve King says that if the candidate is changing his position, it could prompt supporters to stay home.
Gov. Paul Richard LePage became angry after being called a racist by Rep. Drew Gattine.
The new FDA advisory means all states and territories will need to begin testing blood donations for the virus immediately.
The University of Chicago's dean says the firestorm over a letter to freshmen was somewhat the point.
The Conseil d'Etat gave the ruling after a human rights group said the ban contravenes with civil liberties.
As the presidential candidates attack each other over racial politics, black leaders say Obama's record looks mixed.
A team made up mostly of Kurdish civilians is tasked with clearing explosive devices before displaced Iraqi residents can return to their homes.
Aaron Persky, criticized for a lenient sentence for a former Stanford swimmer, will no longer hear criminal matters.