In 2007 the FBI impersonated the Associated Press to catch a suspect in Washington state.
More bicyclists are dying in collisions with cars. And a lot of those bikers are male, drunk and not wearing a helmet.
The death toll from unseasonal snowstorms and avalanches in Nepal that trapped dozens of trekkers on the slopes of the Himalayas has risen to 27, with 70 more still missing, Nepalese authorities say.
Amid rain showers and a tornado watch, police in Ferguson, Mo., made dozens of arrests Monday afternoon and into the evening of people who had gathered to protest the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, the black 18-year-old who was killed by a white police officer in August.
Amazon, the giant Internet retailer, is taking a step into the physical world with plans to open a brick-and-mortar store in New York City.
Stephen Hawking will bring his iconic synthesized voice to Pink Floyd's new album, The Endless River, set for release in November.
Two Americans and a German will share the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing a new type of microscopy that allows researchers, for the first time, to see individual molecules inside living cells.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has temporarily blocked Tuesday's appeals court decision that struck down bans on same-sex marriage in Idaho and Nevada.
The Ebola virus, terrorist attacks and war are undermining many countries, which means "downside risks have increased" for the global economy.
The World Health Organization is considering ways to check Ebola survivors' blood for antibodies that could fight off the deadly virus.