Authorities in China have imposed indefinite travel restrictions on tens of millions of people across ten cities in an unprecedented effort to contain the spread of a deadly new coronavirus, as hospitals at the epicenter of the outbreak struggle to handle a surge in new patients.
A creek near a Sonoma County, California, vineyard is now a bit more refined after more than 97,000 gallons of wine spilled Wednesday.
The family of an Indiana toddler who fell from her grandfather's arms to her death off a cruise ship is challenging what it calls Royal Caribbean Cruises' "false narrative" of how it happened.
Former NFL player Antonio Brown has surrendered to the Broward County Jail just one day after a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to CNN affiliate WFOR.
US border officers working at Canadian border crossings were directed to stop travelers of Iranian descent for questioning following the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, an unnamed Customs and Border Patrol officer alleged in an email to an immigration attorney.
A federal judge addressed the Baltimore Police Department's low staffing in court in response to a consent decree issued in 2017 mandating improved training and new recruitment policies.
The three Americans who died fighting an Australian bushfire from the air have been identified by their employer, Oregon-based Coulson Aviation.
The Montana teenager whose body was found near where she went missing on New Year's Day most likely died of exposure to the elements, officials said.
Asian markets were muted Friday on the eve of Lunar New Year celebrations, signaling caution after a broad sell-off the previous day over growing coronavirus fears.
Renault, Honda and Peugeot owner PSA Group are among the global companies that have large manufacturing plants in Wuhan, China, the center of a coronavirus outbreak that has claimed dozens of lives.
A young mother nursing her baby at a Chick-fil-A was taken aback after a store manager asked her to cover up.
Speaking on the 10th anniversary of the 2003 SARS crisis, Zhong Nanshan, one of the heroes in China's fight against that disease, described its as a "turning point" for the nation.
New York is on track to ban cashless businesses after the city council voted to join San Francisco and Philadelphia in requiring brick-and-mortar stores to accept cash.
A Canadian federal judge declined to make an immediate ruling on whether Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's extradition process should move forward, after a four-day hearing on the case in a Vancouver court wrapped up Thursday.
Authorities believe a Florida man arrested last weekend is the so-called Pillowcase Rapist and is responsible for a string of notorious South Florida assaults that took place in the 1980s, the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office announced Thursday.
Fotis Dulos, who is charged with killing his estranged wife, violated the conditions of his bond by stopping at a memorial near his home, where he removed items, prosecutors said.
RIVERDALE—The J. Charley Griswell Senior Center, 6701 Georgia Hwy. 85, will be closed Friday, Jan. 24 due to a transformer outage, according to Clayton County officials.
Sonos, a company known for its wireless speakers, announced earlier this week that certain older products would lose software support come this May. On Thursday, amid backlash, the CEO walked back those statements.
A group of women who allege they were abused by disgraced OB-GYN Robert Hadden called for the resignation of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Thursday.
Philadelphia Police are investigating a man's claim that Gritty, the mascot of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, punched his teenage son in the back.
More than two months after announcing a review of his work, The Hill newspaper has yet to complete its promised evaluation of columns written by John Solomon, a former executive at the outlet who during his time at the publication pushed conspiracy theories about Ukraine into the public conv…
JONESBORO—A man who was wanted on charges of aggravated battery, cruelty to children and criminal trespass is behind bars after Clayton County Sheriff's deputies arrested him at an East Point plasma donation center on Cleveland Avenue Wednesday.
State budget cuts could hit mental health services hard in Georgia, forcing behavioral health officials to pump more money into handling crisis situations instead of programs to prevent those situations, the state’s mental health chief said Thursday
White supremacist Christopher Cantwell has been arrested and charged with sending an extortionate and threatening interstate message, according to the FBI office in Boston.
For the fourth time in four years, federal authorities announced they have recovered a stolen copy of a letter that Christopher Columbus wrote describing his voyage to the Americas.
Executives at Fox News shielded the channel's audience on Wednesday night from the impeachment trial proceedings playing out in the United States Senate, instead choosing to air its regular bloc of opinion programming which is strongly supportive of President Donald Trump.
Authorities in Massachusetts are warning of an electrical "outlet challenge" video on TikTok after three incidents sparked concern, including two in schools.
Just one day after the first case of Wuhan coronavirus was confirmed in the US, a middle school canceled an on-campus cultural exchange program with a group of Chinese exchange students visiting the DC metro area, citing health concerns.
Former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf on Thursday agreed to a lifetime ban from the banking industry and a $17.5 million fine for his role in leading the bank through its massive fake accounts scandal and other sales practice misconduct.
Legislation aimed at increasing the number of in-state students admitted to the University System of Georgia’s top-tier schools is being introduced in the state Senate.
A Maryland police officer who allegedly filmed a shirtless man speaking nonsensically to officers -- after the man was punched and stomped in the street -- has been suspended, Prince George's County Police Department Chief Henry Stawinski said.
The number of hate crimes reported in Los Angeles last year rose about 10% from 2018 -- and it was more than 40% higher than in 2016, a City Councilman says.
ATLANTA — Georgia set another record last month with an unemployment rate of 3.2%, down from 3.7% in December 2018, state Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler reported Thursday.
Like any intrepid explorer, NASA's Curiosity rover has to do safety checks before moving around on the Martian surface. Those who maintain communication with the rover on Earth keep an eye on those safety checks, like a parent getting messages from their traveling child.
Landlords in Oakland, California, will no longer be allowed to turn away potential renters because of their criminal histories after the City Council passed a new measure it hoped would also tackle the city's homelessness crisis.
MORROW—Members of Clayton County's Vietnamese community will celebrate Lunar New Year, or Tet Nguyen Dan ("Feast of the First Morning of the First Day"), with a two-day celebration at the Morrow Center, 1180 Southlake Cir. at Southlake Mall Jan. 25 and 26. This year marks the Year of the Rat.
Fans heading to Miami Garden's Hard Rock Stadium for the Super Bowl will have to leave their grills, tents and elaborate tailgating rigs at home.
The online brokerage world changed dramatically last year after every major firm eliminated commissions and powerhouses Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade announced a merger.
Scientists have revealed what the voice of a mummified Egyptian priest who lived 3,000 years ago would have sounded like by 3-D printing his vocal tract.
In emotional testimony with vivid detail, actress Annabella Sciorra said Thursday that Harvey Weinstein barged into her apartment 25 years ago and raped her.
Under growing pressure over record low interest rates, the European Central Bank has decided it's time to give its unconventional policies another look.