In an amazing string of coincidences, a luxury watch store in Cannes, France, has been robbed just three days after an armed man successfully stole diamonds and other valuable jewels from a nearby hotel.
More than a dozen car bombs exploded in Iraq early Monday, killing more than 50 people in Baghdad and other areas. At least 10 explosions were reported in the Iraqi capital during the morning rush hour.
The city of Detroit has filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, seeking Chapter 9 protection from creditors and unions owed some $18.5 billion in debt and liabilities.
The crew of a North Korean ship carrying a clandestine cargo of Cold War-era weapons from Cuba has been charged with endangering public security by Panamanian authorities, who seized the vessel earlier this week.
A construction worker has turned himself in to police in connection with Wednesday's building collapse in Philadelphia.
Police in India say they've arrested three men in connection with the alleged gang rape of an American woman in northern India earlier this week.
NPR's Peter Kenyon reports from Turkey that some 900 people were arrested across the country and several hundred were wounded.
A massive tornado ripped through the southern suburbs of Oklahoma City, Monday afternoon.
The officer in charge of the sexual prevention and response branch for the Air Force was arrested and charged with sexual battery over the weekend.
Judah Aldrighette was taken into custody on Monday morning