A rest center for asylum-seekers in the Texas border town of McAllen has seen such a big surge of donations that they've had to rent additional storage space, and caravans of volunteers from across the U.S. have also showed up at their doors.
Wind-driven wildfires breaking out across Northern California forced thousands of residents to flee their homes and destroyed at least a dozen buildings
Two men charged in the 2015 shooting death of a Philadelphia police officer during a robbery, have pleaded guilty in exchange for taking the death penalty off the table
German business confidence ebbed in June to its lowest in more than a year, suggesting the mood among company executives in Europe's biggest economy is darkening as the world edges towards a full-blown trade war. Sonia Legg reports
Uber is beginning an appeal a decision to deny it a new operating license in London, saying it has made significant reforms that address mistakes the company had made in the past
A Texas charitable organization says about 30 immigrant parents separated from their children after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border have been freed into its care, but they don't know where their kids are.
A motorist arrested in Florida after a witness said he deliberately ran over a man on a bicycle is an American track and field athlete who repeatedly qualified for the United States Olympic Trials
Harley-Davidson's foreign customers are important ones: International sales were up 12% in Q1, while the US saw a 0.2% decline, reports the Wall Street Journal . In an effort to preserve its good mojo abroad, the motorcycle maker on Monday announced that within 18 months it will be producing EU-sold...
A federal lawsuit claims a Louisiana city's elected police chief imposed his religious beliefs on officers and reprimanded them for missing mandatory religious counseling sessions