Waze, the popular navigation app boasting more than 50 million users worldwide, has a new critic: police officers.
Mexico's attorney general made it official last night: The 43 college students who went missing last fall are dead.
A jury has found two former members of the Vanderbilt University football team guilty of multiple counts of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery, in a case that stems from a 2013 assault in a dorm room.
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko says he will "calm" fighting between his forces and Russian-backed separatists in the country's east a day after rocket fire killed 30 people in and around the port city of Mariupol.
The federal budget deficit will fall in 2015, the sixth consecutive year of decreases relative to the overall economy, according to new figures by the Congressional Budget Office.
A gunman walked into a New Hope City Council meeting near Minneapolis and opened fire on Monday.
In celestial terms, asteroid 2004 BL86 pretty much buzzed the Earth on Tuesday, coming within 745,000 miles of our planet.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed today to review Oklahoma's method of execution by lethal injection.
The Secret Service has identified the device that was found overnight on the White House grounds as a "quad copter."
Hagel refers to the "hidden consequences" of "nonstop war" faced by American combat forces since the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. He calls the situation "unprecedented in the history of this country."