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The remains of another sailor killed aboard the USS Oklahoma during the attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified, according to a unit of the U.S. Department of Defense.
Sri Lankan prison authorities are recruiting two hangmen after the president pledged to end a 43-year moratorium on capital punishment and execute condemned drug traffickers amid alarm over drug-related crime.
In the world of corrections, there are inmates who pose security risks, and then there's "El Chapo."
The FBI on Tuesday released the portraits of 16 unidentified women made by serial killer Samuel Little in prison in hopes of closing out cold cases.
The Dixie School District in San Rafael is considering whether to change its name after some parents say it's linked to the Confederacy and slavery.
Deal gives $1.375 billion to border wall; Texas Rep. Chip Roy and California Rep. Tom McClintock weigh in on the deal as the finding deadline looms.
The Mideast conference in Poland starting Wednesday offers Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu an opportunity to flaunt in public what he has long boasted about happening behind the scenes — his country's improved relations with Arab nations.
Afghans are mourning the country's first post-communist president, Sibghatullah Mujadidi, at a palace ceremony attended by his former comrades-in-arms, including his one-time spokesman and protege, former President Hamid Karzai.
Social media giant Twitter was being sued by a Canadian blogger who says she was permanently banned from the platform last year for her tweets about transgender people, a lawsuit said Monday.
The Latest on the Denver teachers strike (all times local): 10:55 a.m.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — A tip-in at the buzzer by Kavell Bigby-Williams helped No. 19 LSU finish off its biggest comeback of the season and finally beat Kentucky.
Rep. Devin Nunes lays out plan to continue investigation into FISA abuse on 'Hannity.'
Lawrence Jones asks people in Washington, D.C. about the Green New Deal; reaction from Fox News contributors Jessica Tarlov and Lawrence Jones.
Afghanistan's attorney general has launched an investigation into allegations that the Independent Election Commission and a separate complaints commission misused their authority during last year's parliamentary elections.
A Jamaican man was sent to federal prison last week for a botched attempt to scam a 94-year-old who unbeknownst to him, was a former FBI chief and CIA boss under the Carter and Reagan administration.