Remains found in Minnesota in recent days are that of an 11-year-old boy who was abducted in 1989, authorities said Saturday.
A new skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles has become the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.
Ex-NFL player Lawrence Taylor has been arrested in on a DUI charge, the Palm Beach Post reports.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards says his state had more than $8.7 billion in damage from flooding in August.
Police say a suspect has been fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire outside an Atlantic City casino.
An earthquake has rattled a swath of the Great Plains from Nebraska to North Texas.
The once-and-future Hurricane Hermine regained strength Saturday as it moved slowly up the Eastern Seaboard.
Four people are being charged in federal court as part of a fraud ring that may be responsible for over $300,000 in losses to retailers.
The U.S. government banned several chemicals used in antibacterial soaps, saying manufacturers failed to show they are safe and kill germs.
Despite the tweet, the Wisconsin Department of Justice says rumors of a decision in Brendan Dassey’s case are not true.
Hermine was the first hurricane to hit Florida in more than a decade when it came ashore Friday.
A former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman is free after serving three months in jail.
Samsung Electronics recalled all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on Friday after finding batteries that exploded or caught fire.
Jeremy Shuler, 12, is the youngest student on record to attend Cornell University.
Entenmann’s is recalling some varieties of its fudge brownies and chocolate chip muffins because they may contain pieces of plastic.