In a likely case of mistaken identity, Christopher Thompkins, 57, was shot dead by police after firing a warning shot at a burglar.
The quake struck at a depth of 103 miles under Papua New Guinea's most eastern province of Bougainville.
The progress of Iraqi forces, halting at first, sped up this month as they closed in on the river that divides Mosul.
Authorities said four people died when the twister touched down around 3:35 a.m. Saturday.
San Francisco has the lowest percentage of children of any of the largest 100 cities in the United States, according to census data.
El Chapo led a cartel that was accused of brutally dominating Chicago’s booming narcotics trade.
The announcement did not come readily from one of the world’s most tempestuous leaders, who was defeated last month by Adama Barrow.
The president’s allies have argued that the state had become unruly and that the changes would free Erdogan from bureaucratic obstacles.
French populists found hope, Mexican leaders expressed concern and Germany’s vice chancellor offered an allusion to his country’s dark past.
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Later, he dispatched Sean Spicer, the press secretary, to the briefing room in the West Wing, where he made a series of false statements.
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Carnegie Mellon professor says a minute away from the game can lower anxiety — even if Big Ben is sacked.
Casey Schwartzmier told her mother that if she ever died of an overdose, she wanted her obituary to be frank. She wanted to help someone.
Agero Inc., which works with companies that build cars and insure drivers, is testing a cellphone app that would report accidents to 911.
Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's twin sister was ousted late last week from her $105,000 job with the agency.
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The crowd in Washington was so large — estimated at more than 500,000 — that organizers had to forgo the formal march to the White House.
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Hillary Clinton smiled broadly as she and Mr. Clinton took their seats to scattered applause.
The skirmish over nominees set a grim tone for the first day of the Senate under the new president.
The tears flowed freely Friday as the former president’s aides waved and cheered.
Six scientists will spend eight months munching on freeze-dried foods and have only their small sleeping quarters to retreat to for solace.
Guzman appeared Friday in a federal courtroom in Brooklyn, arraigned on a 17-count indictment on charges of drug trafficking, other crimes.
For the first time, it looked likely that the main Syrian opposition, would sit down with Mr. Assad’s government for peace talks.
The defeated Gambian leader has been holed up this week in his official residence in Banjul.
The number of survivors found and extracted evolved over the course of the day.
In the second competition pitting humans against CMU’s poker-playing computer,the computer has won six out of the first nine days.
He was a great bartender at Alex Tambellini’s Restaurant, Downtown, for 47 years
Mr. Trump also signed a proclamation declaring a national day of patriotism, according to a tweet from White House spokesman Sean Spicer.
Pittsburgh and Penn State have been named a national testing site for self-riving vehicle technology by federal transportation officials.
In all, 8.3 million passengers boarded or got off planes at Pittsburgh International Airport last year, a 2.2 percent increase from 2015.
After being sworn in, Donald Trump disparaged D.C., ripping into Washington’s longtime leaders as he stood among them at the U.S. Capitol.
Trump speaks of “America First” in his inaugural address.
A Mars spokeswoman said the Skittles were supposed to be destroyed because they lacked the signature “S” on the candy.
The HOV lanes on the Parkway North/Interstate 279 remain closed today due to an equipment problem, according to PennDOT.
Russian officials and lawmakers lauded Donald Trump's inauguration today, hoping it will herald a period of better ties with the U.S.
Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts.
Police say a quick-thinking bank teller in Pennsylvania helped them catch a robber by tossing a GPS device into the money sack he took.
A U.S. defense official says an American airstrike killed more than 100 al-Qaida militants at a training camp in Syria.
Doctors treating former President George H.W. Bush for pneumonia are considering whether to take out a breathing tube.
President-elect Donald Trump is starting inaugural day off with a tweet, saying "It all begins today!"
About 30 people were trapped inside the luxury Hotel Rigopiano when the avalanche hit on Thursday.
Protesters and supporters of President-elect Donald Trump clashed outside a pro-Trump event in Washington the night before his inauguration.
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Officials said the militants destroyed the facade of the second-century theater along with the Tetrapylon.