An Ohio prosecutor says he isn’t seeking charges against the mother of a 3-year-old boy who got into the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla exhibit.
Monday marks the anniversary of a turning point in World War II.
Monday marks the epochal D-Day invasion of Normandy 72 years ago that helped the Allies defeat Hitler.
Hostess Brands is recalling 710,000 cases of certain snack cakes and donuts because of the risk of peanut residue.
Tropical Storm Colin was gaining speed and strength Monday on its way to strike Florida.
Deshauna Barber is the first-ever military member to win Miss USA.
Cedar Point and Soak City are closed Monday as a result of a power outage.
Hillary Clinton overwhelmed Bernie Sanders in Puerto Rico’s primary, putting her within striking distance of the Democratic nomination.
David Gilkey, a photojournalist for National Public Radio and formerly for the Detroit Free Press, was killed while on assignment.
Turtle power isn’t all that strong the second time around, according to comScore estimates Sunday, but not all is bleak at the box office.
Police in Northern California say they arrested five men for stealing $4,700 worth of energy drinks.
Ohio’s attack on toxic algae in Lake Erie, a source of drinking water, is aimed at reducing what’s feeding the algae.
Aggregate funding for Michigan’s public universities in the next state budget will be less than it was before a major cut five years ago.
A man suspected in a downtown Memphis shooting that left three people injured fled in a stolen vehicle that fatally struck a police officer.
The Legislature has a plan to stymie the problem, the biggest push so far being an overhaul of the state’s prescription tracking database.