In 2007 the FBI impersonated the Associated Press to catch a suspect in Washington state.
At an event in Hollywood Tuesday, the Marvel Studios announced a number of movies, but two stood out: Black Panther and Captain Marvel. Both of those films will feature lead actors who aren't white men.
According to reports Monday morning, armed militants with the extremist group Boko Haram have continued to abduct young girls in Nigeria.
Prosecutors in South Korea are reportedly demanding the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized and sank in April, killing more than 300 people.
More bicyclists are dying in collisions with cars. And a lot of those bikers are male, drunk and not wearing a helmet.
Chiquita Brands International, the banana and produce firm whose trademark blue stickers have been ubiquitous in American kitchens for decades, is being sold to two Brazilian companies in a deal valued at around $1.3 billion.
Hours after New York's governor announced a quarantine policy that was based on home stays, rather than confinement in a medical facility, the New Jersey Governor's Office has released a statement saying its policy is similar.
Creeping lava from Mt. Kilauea on Hawaii's Big Island is burning a path ever-closer to an area where residents have been warned that they might have to quickly leave their homes.
Actress Marcia Strassman, best known for her role in the 1970s TV sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter, has died at age 66, her sister says.
Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, was executed by hanging in Tehran today, despite her appeals and calls from international activists for a new trial.