Richard Anderson, the tall, handsome actor best known for costarring simultaneously in the popular 1970s television shows "The Six Million Dollar Man" and "The Bionic Woman," has died at age 91.
A man in Texas is behind bars after he falsely claimed he was assaulted by another man, but actually assaulted himself.
In the midst of a dramatically changing landscape in Texas since Harvey, officials, first responders, and volunteers nevertheless are forging ahead to bring relief to every kind of suffering thought imaginable.
U.S. officials say the leader of a California drug smuggling ring in the 1980s who was on the run for almost 30 years was brought from Australia to face charges.
Flooding from Harvey is expected to continue for days following the storm's final landfall in the United States.
A mother who sought sanctuary at a Quaker meeting house in Denver to avoid U.S. immigration authorities has asked Colorado's governor for a pardon that might allow her to fight deportation.
Two people that must be thrilled that this season of “Bachelor in Paradise” didn’t get shut down completely are Taylor Nolan and Derek Peth.
The Latest on a court hearing for a follower of Charles Manson who is seeking to introduce evidence of the role her youth may have played in two murders she committed (all times local): 4:10 p.m.
Following last weekend’s handful of games that served as an appetizer for college football fans, this Labor Day Weekend is considered the main course, with all but one ranked team in action.
When a would-be kidnapper attacked 10-year-old Georgia boy Sebastian Solache, the child put his karate knowledge to the test.
After Harvey's wrath subsided, a Texas man stopped by his flooded home to grab a few things — but not before taking a moment to play his piano and "see the beauty in the suffering."
An Al Qaeda affiliate has seized control of uranium mines in Africa with the intent of supplying the material to Iran, according to a diplomatic letter from a top Somali official appealing to the U.S. for "immediate military assistance."
Former leftist rebels in Colombia have chosen a familiar-sounding, if polarizing, acronym for their fledgling political movement — FARC.