Police: Utah woman accused of killing 6 infants, storing them in garage, gave birth at home
Authorities say a Utah woman accused of concealing seven pregnancies before allegedly strangling or suffocating her newborns gave birth each time in her home.
Authorities investigate response time in slaying of woman shot while on phone with 911
Authorities are investigating whether police responded quickly enough to a woman who was fatally shot 15 minutes into a 911 call about her husband, who she said was hallucinating and asking her to shot him.
Suspect pleads no contest and is convicted of murder in 4 shooting deaths last summer in Omaha
A judge has found a 27-year-old man guilty of murder in the shooting deaths of four people in Omaha last summer.
Houston burglary suspect seen watching over sleeping baby in video
Authorities in Texas are searching for a burglary suspect seen on a home surveillance video Saturday staring at a sleeping infant in the child’s room.
Feds: No evidence marathon bombing suspect knew of brother's alleged role in triple slaying
Federal prosecutors have told a judge they have no evidence that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) knew about his brother's alleged role in a triple slaying in Waltham two years before the bombings.
4th associate of Sinaloa cartel leader charged in Chicago federal court
Federal court documents show that an associate of Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was arrested in Las Vegas in January and brought to Chicago.
Auburn University cancels classes following rampage threat on campus
Auburn University is canceling classes for Wednesday following what school officials are calling an unsubstantiated threat on campus.
Is your home's energy meter spying on you?
Across the US, gas and electric companies are installing smart meters in the homes of customers touting the technology’s virtue as part of an energy-saving initiative but naysayers say that the meters could open a Pandora’s Box of privacy issues.
Fake child abduction in park outrages many in Sequim; parents apologize for social media video
Police are investigating possible charges against people who staged a fake kidnapping in a park, terrifying parents and children who thought it was real.
US college students studying abroad prime targets for espionage activity, FBI warns
The FBI has issued a stern warning to U.S. college students studying abroad: Beware of foreign intelligence officers who are discreetly targeting young, often naive Americans for espionage activities.
Geneva talks on Ukraine pit polarized parties _ US, EU, Ukraine, Russia; Here's what they want
Thursday's high-level talks in Geneva on Ukraine come as the country's eastern regions are awash in turmoil and pro-Russian insurgents have seized police stations and government buildings in at least nine cities.
Mexico catches No. 2 in once-powerful Beltran Leyva drug cartel
Mexican police say they have captured a man identified as the second highest-ranking figure in the once-powerful Beltran Leyva drug cartel.
A long goodbye: Bosnians come to see family members excavated from newly discovered mass grave
Family members of victims from Bosnia's 1992-1995 war are beginning to travel to northwestern Bosnia to view the remains of corpses meticulously pulled from the earth and identified through DNA analysis.
Saudi authorities detain a leading human rights lawyer, activists say
Saudi activists say authorities have detained a prominent human rights lawyer in the capital.
Cuba publishes full text of law that aims to attract badly needed foreign investment
Cuba has published the full language of a new law that seeks to make it more attractive for foreign investors to bring badly needed capital to the island.
Detained Berlusconi ally moved to hospital in Lebanon, in stable condition
A Lebanese security official says a longtime ally of former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi detained in Lebanon has been moved to a Beirut hospital after falling ill.
Algeria police violently disperse election protest
Algerian police violently dispersed an attempt by opposition activists to stage a protest in the capital against the president's running for a fourth term in Thursday's elections.
International watchdog: Deliberate murders of journalists land Syria on 2014 Impunity Index
A spike in targeted murders of journalists in Syria landed the war-shattered country for the first time on the Committee to Protect Journalists' annual Impunity Index, joining a list of countries where journalists' killings are most likely to go unpunished, the international watchdog said Wednesday.
Mexico arrests mayor for drug cartel extortion
Prosecutors in western Mexico arrested the mayor of a city that once served as a stronghold of the Knights Templar drug cartel on charges that he helped the gang extort money from city council members.
Mayor of city in western Mexico arrested for drug cartel extortion, corruption