Police in Canada say they spent around $1.5 million to track down a pair of fugitives suspected of killing three people in British Columbia last summer.
Panamanian police investigating a religious sect known as “The New Light of God” say they have uncovered seven corpses in a hidden burial pit near where the group was found torturing indigenous people this week in apparent exorcism rituals.
Twenty-six people in Wisconsin are facing potential life sentences Thursday after being busted by authorities for allegedly running a massive drug smuggling operation that funneled cocaine and cash between Milwaukee and Puerto Rico.
An Italian artist looking to raise awareness of violence against women has unveiled a series of posters featuring doctored, roughed-up faces of top political figures such as Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The annual number of knife and offensive weapon crimes in the United Kingdom has hit a 10-year high – averaging to more than 60 a day, statistics show.
Just when you thought North Korean propaganda couldn’t get any more weird, this happens.
A raid on a residential complex in Jerusalem has uncovered a cult-like group where dozens of women and children were being held against their will – including some girls who had their fingers placed into fires to “make them understand what hell is”, Is...
A trio of western powers is paving the way Tuesday for sanctions to be re-imposed on economically-strained Iran if the Islamic Republic continues to back away from its international nuclear deal.
A Tennessee police officer is in critical condition Monday after his cruiser was hit by a mother who was driving under the influence with her 2 and 3-year-olds in the car, police say.
A 25-year-old Missouri mother is now facing second-degree murder charges after her newborn twins were found dead inside a home last week.
U.S. Special Operations forces tried – but failed – to kill another top member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ elite Quds Force on the night Gen. Qassem Soleimani was taken out in an airstrike, a senior U.S. official has confirmed to Fox News.
Iran is continuing to deny that an accidental missile strike took down a Ukrainian passenger plane outside of Tehran this week, instead demanding Friday that the U.S. and Canada should “show their findings to the world.”
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says his administration is now going “on the offensive” in its bid to tackle the Big Apple’s persistent problem with homelessness.
A Vermont state senator looking to make a point about cell phone use is calling for people there under the age of 21 to face $1,000 fines and jail time if they are caught using the devices.
American firefighters are getting a hero’s welcome in Australia.
The U.S. killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani on January 3, 2020 -- and the Iranian airstrikes against American bases in Iraq that followed -- are just the latest flare-ups between two nations that have had tense relations over the past few decades.
The man convicted of shooting and killing U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in 2010 – which exposed the government’s botched “Fast and Furious” gun-running operation – has been sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.
Former President Bill Clinton says the Dominican Republic is “well on its way to full recovery” following a series of deaths of American tourists in the island country last year.
A “lifeless body of a stowaway” has been found on an Air France plane that arrived in Paris Wednesday, the airline says.
The second of two inmates who escaped a troubled Mississippi prison where three others were killed last week has been taken into custody in Tennessee.