Iran frees Chinese-American scholar for US-held scientist
Iran's foreign minister says a detained Princeton graduate student will be exchange for an Iranian scientist held by the U.
New Amazon lease for NY space renews debate over failed deal
Amazon says it has signed a lease for a new office space in Manhattan to house more than 1,500 employees.
Official: Base shooter watched shooting videos before attack
Aging survivors return to Pearl Harbor to recall '41 attack
Survivors and members of the public are expected to gather in Pearl Harbor to remember those killed when Japanese planes bombed the Hawaii naval base 78 years ago and launched the U.
PG&E says it has reached $13.5 billion wildfire settlement
Pacific Gas and Electric says it has reached a $13.5 billion settlement that will resolve all major claims related to devastating wildfires blamed on its outdated equipment and negligence.
'Simplicity is genius': Joshua boxes smart to reclaim titles
Anthony Joshua has reclaimed his world heavyweight titles by producing a disciplined and smart display to beat Andy Ruiz Jr.
Pearl Harbor shooting unfolded in 23 seconds in packed area
Security will be beefed up for Saturday's ceremony to remember those lost Pearl Harbor attack, following Wednesday's shooting by a Navy sailor who killed two civilians before turning a gun on himself.
Burrow completes Heisman coronation, LSU routs Georgia 37-10
Joe Burrow finished off what seems like his Heisman Trophy coronation with another dazzling performance and No.
French protest retirement changes, travel disruptions abound
Strikes are disrupting weekend travel around France.
Reddit bans accounts, suspects possible UK vote interference
The prospect of Russian interference in Britain's election has become an issue again after the social media platform Reddit concluded that leaked government documents on Brexit trade was linked to Russian operators.
Venice tide barriers pass another test but skeptics remain
The underwater barriers meant to protect the Italian lagoon city of Venice from damaging high tides are a decade behind schedule and billions over budget.
US flu season arrives early, driven by an unexpected virus
The winter flu season in the United States is off to its earliest start in more than 15 years.
Phone-in-cheek: Spike seen in cellphone-linked face injuries
Researchers say careless cellphone use can lead to facial cuts, bruises and fractures.
Officials list pot vape brands reported in US outbreak
Health officials investigating a nationwide outbreak of vaping-related illnesses have, for the first time, listed the vape brands that are most commonly linked to hospitalizations.
Experts split sharply over experimental Alzheimer’s drug
A company that claims it has the first drug to slow mental decline from Alzheimer's disease made its case to scientists Thursday, disclosing more results to help explain why one study of it succeeded and another failed.
Let's cancel 'OK Boomer' in 2020, and the humblebrag, too
The end of the year is nearly upon us and that means it's time for summing up.
Minnesota National Guard identifies 3 killed in copter crash
The Minnesota National Guard says the three soldiers who were killed when their helicopter crashed near St.
Chicago chief's firing again rattles confidence in force
The unceremonious firing of Chicago's police chief just weeks before his retirement has rattled a department that, under his leadership, was seeking to restore public confidence since the release of a 2014 video showing a white officer killing a black teenager with 16 gunshots.
Tufts University severs ties with family behind OxyContin
Tufts University is ending its relationship with the billionaire family that owns OxyContin Purdue Pharma.
House impeachment report looks at abuse, bribery, corruption
As House Democrats preview potential articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, they issued a lengthy report drawing on history and the Founding Fathers to lay out the legal argument.