Authorities are searching for the killer of a man whose body washed ashore in New York City wrapped in plastic garbage bags and wearing "cement shoes."
The Connecticut Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Thursday on whether the state can force antipsychotic medication on a doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician
An Arizona high school student won't be prosecuted on a felony charge after police say he exposed himself in a football team picture that ended up in the school yearbook
Scientists from the Harvard Smithsonian Center are studying planet 9 to try and figure out where it came from. That is, if it's even out there. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.
Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu won't run again at the country's May 22 special congress after a dispute with the country's president.
The Greek coast guard says 78 refugees have been rescued at sea from crippled smugglers' boats in two separate incidents in the eastern Aegean Sea
Documents show that the company that made a Rhode Island tourism video with a clip of Iceland was selected in March based on advice from a state employee who had worked for that company weeks prior
A cafe in Thailand called Little Zoo Cafe will let you pet exotic animals like raccoons, meerkats, foxes and owls but is it harming the critters? Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) breaks it down.
The U.S. military says al-Qaida is working more closely with the Taliban in Afghanistan, raising concern that the militant group could bolster the fight against Afghan government forces
Ohio Governor John Kasich is reportedly about to announce the end of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, following Donald Trump’s Indiana primary win making him the presumptive party nominee. Mana Rabiee reports.
Testimony has concluded in the trial of a Kansas anti-abortion activist accused of sending a letter suggesting someone might place an explosive under the car of a doctor training to perform abortions
The Olympic gold medalist will reportedly bare it all on the cover of Sports Illustrated to commemorate the 40th anniversary of her win.
A renowned Russian orchestra performed a concert in the ruins of ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, which was liberated from ISIS less than six weeks ago.
The mayors of major cities from around the world are banding together to fight global warming by investing in public transportation and electric cars, planting trees and switching to solar energy
After various issues delayed construction, the outside world had a chance to see the Gil Hanse-designed course that will take center stage in this summer's Olympic Games.
Oklahoma is accustomed to being at the back of the class in state funding for public education, but even many long-suffering Oklahoma educators and parents are revolting over the latest round of proposed cuts
North Carolina's Republican leaders are calling a federal warning about the legality of the state's new law limiting LGBT anti-discrimination rules a broad overreach by the government
Ahead of a meeting of The Worker's Party, Kim Jong Un fearing people getting together in groups is banning weddings and funerals. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.