Authorities are responding to a mass shooting at a mosque in the New Zealand city of Christchurch, according to a witness and local news reports.
It's a stunning development at the organization that became a bedrock of anti-extremism research and activism in the U.S. under Dees’ leadership.
An estimated 30 to 35 migrants breached the U.S.-Mexico border at Tijuana on Wednesday and Thursday. Most were picked up by Border Patrol agents.
Te North was deeply disappointed by the failure of the two sides to reach a deal at the Hanoi summit between Kim and President Trump, the vice foreign minister says.
Hallmark has severed ties with Lori Loughlin, the actress who was among dozens indicted by federal prosecutors on Tuesday in connection with an elaborate scheme aimed at getting students into elite colleges.
The compact Model Y crossover will fill a gap in the Palo Alto electric vehicle-maker's lineup and is intended to further its reach into the mass market. But can Tesla deliver on any promises Musk makes for when the vehicle will be ready?
What to do with an old oil platform along the California coast? Among the options: reconfiguring it for alternative energy production, turning it into a marine sanctuary, or severing the rig from the seafloor and removing it entirely.
Sightseers have been anxiously wondering whether this year’s super bloom — spurred to life by a wet winter — would be as exceptional as the one in 2017.
NBC has tapped Lilly Singh to host "A Little Late with Lilly Singh," a new late-night show that will replace “Last Call with Carson Daly” at the 1:35 a.m. timeslot. She will be the only woman currently hosting a late-night show on broadcast TV.
Recaps and scores of today's Pac-12 men's basketball tournament games in action.
A federal judge dismissed a petition for bankruptcy protection submitted by Michael Avenatti's longtime law firm after a top creditor alleged in court papers that it was "fraudulently filed."
There have been too many examples of self-dealing, corruption and willful ignorance at USC to dismiss the college cheating scandal as the result of a few bad apples.
Carpets of gold in the Carrizo monument east of San Luis Obispo. Closer to home: wildflowers in Griffith Park and 26 miles across the sea.
In “Elgin,” the final short story in Bryan Washington’s debut collection, “Lot,” a young man reflects on Houston’s East End, the neighborhood he’s called home his whole life.