The captain of the AirAsia jet that crashed in December was out of his seat conducting an unorthodox procedure when his co-pilot lost control.
A bill proposed in Minnesota by police-turned-lawmakers would keep any videos recorded by police body cameras private.
Aviation leaders will try to secure a mandate to implement new safety standards meet next week after a string of high-profile accidents in 2014.
Here's what the GOP needs to do now that Mitt Romney has dropped out of the 2016 race, says Larry Kudlow.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has assets totaling more than $45 million — including about $11 million in real estate — according to a schedule of assets and liabilities filed Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
New York City agreed Friday to pay $3.9 million to the family of a black Bronx teenager shot to death by a white police officer in 2012.
The U.S. must insist that trading partners pledge not to manipulate currencies when negotiating trade deals, a senator said on Friday.
A library in Moscow containing ancient Slavic texts and important U.N. documents went up in flames on the evening of January 29, according to Quartz.
The diplomatic break touched off by Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to negotiate an address to Congress without first telling President Obama reflects their fundamentally different world views.
A New York City couple accused of battering a partially paralyzed woman and controlling her finances for more than a year has been sentenced to over a decade in prison.
As officials in 14 states grapple with a measles outbreak, the parents at the heart of America’s anti-vaccine movement are being blamed for a public-health crisis
The shotgun used by a man who was killed in a confrontation with police outside a City Hall meeting in suburban Minneapolis was illegally channeled to him by a straw buyer, a sheriff said Friday night.
By not pursuing a third presidential bid, Mitt Romney frees up scores of donors and operatives who had been awaiting his decision.
Buying a used car in the United States can be a dangerous proposition if the vehicle has an unadvertised safety defect.
The coffin that held the body of Lee Harvey Oswald belongs to his brother and not a Fort Worth funeral home, a Texas judge ruled Friday.
A team of astronomers, after saying last spring that they had found long-sought evidence for what kicked off the big bang, now concede that more work is needed.
A scramble is underway to influence the outcome of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.
A petition drive for a referendum on using public money to help pay for construction of a soccer stadium in downtown Las Vegas did not gather enough valid signatures.
Doctors have found a new tumor in Representative Alan Nunnelee and told him no further medical treatment is possible, his spokesman said Friday.