Of the 72 charged in the United States, 43 have been arrested in this country and nine abroad.
Twelve people have died from the heat in the US city of Dallas this summer, as a record-breaking heat wave is scorching many US states, officials said Tuesday.
The former estate of legendary actress Katharine Hepburn, who died in 2003, is up for sale with a $28 million asking price.
A Native American in Washington state has adopted a law recognizing gay marriage, making it only the second tribe in the country known to do so.
Organizers want to go beyond Earth to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Seattle's iconic Space Needle.
Scientists have discovered oxygen molecules in deep space in a region of the Orion nebula, some 1,500 light years from the Earth, the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced Monday.
Some artists got naked on Wall Street during a performance art piece _ and then they got arrested.
Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs made a third attempt Monday to remove the Texas judge overseeing his child sex assault case _ this time claiming God himself demands a change.
New York City's event planners are gearing up for a surge in business after the Empire State embraced same-sex marriage and hundreds of couples rush to tie the knot.
Republicans late Monday blocked a bipartisan US Senate plan to end the partial shutdown of the FAA.
Harry Potter has joined the billion-dollar club.
Two single-engine float planes collided as they flew near an Alaska lake and one of them crashed and burned, killing the four people aboard