South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived in Beijing Wednesday for a four-day state visit and will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday, the Korean Herald reported.
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be shown to astronauts aboard the International Space Station, a NASA official told Inverse on Tuesday.
An illegal cooking fire at a homeless encampment sparked a wildfire in Bel-Air last week, authorities said Tuesday.
An explosion at a natural gas facility near Austria’s border with Slovakia killed one person on Tuesday, authorities say.
A suspect to a cold case in Northern California has been arrested on Monday—37 years after the homicide of a 14-year-old girl that drew national attention, the San Francisco Gate reported.
The traditional reenactment of George Washington crossing the Delaware River is still on for Christmas Day, but this Sunday’s scheduled dress rehearsal has been canceled.
NBC News fired another 20-year emloyee this week after an investigation of his workplace behavior, according to a published report.
A 2-year-old boy in Houston, Texas accidentally suffocated his 6-month-old brother this week, The Houston Chronicle reported.
A man and woman from Ohio have been charged with using a 2-year-old toddler in a plan to produce and sell child pornography videos.
A Tennessee couple’s Christmas went up in flames this week when their holiday lights set their house on fire.
“Partridge Family” star David Cassidy left daughter Katie Cassidy out of his will and left his $150,000 in assets to son Beau Devin Cassidy.
A Georgia teacher, already in jail for solicitation of sodomy, has been additionally charged with reckless conduct by a person with HIV, authorities said.
More than 7,000 cases of influenza have been confirmed in the U.S. so far this flu season — more than double the number this time last year, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., reached his goal of 3 million Twitter followers Tuesday — but not before thousands of social media users staged an online protest.
Federal authorities requested thousands of gun retrievals in 2016 from buyers who did not pass the national background check, USA Today reported Monday.