Shock continues to ripple through Chattanooga, Tenn., as residents try to cope with Thursday's attack. Rabbit Zielke of WUTC reports on the community's reaction.
Law enforcement officials are still trying to piece together clues a day after a 24-year-old gunman killed four Marines during an attack on a recruitment office and a military training center in Chattanooga, Tenn. Investigators, who now have his computer and his phone, are trying to determine if he's had any contact with extremist groups.
Over 1,600 acres of old-growth rainforest have burned in Washington's Olympic National Park. As Ashley Ahearn of KUOW reports, the wildfire is expected to persist through the rest of the summer.
After Sandra Bland was discovered dead in her Texas jail cell this week, the county medical examiner ruled it a suicide. But her family is questioning that finding — and the FBI is investigating.
The loudest objections to the recent Iran nuclear deal have been coming from Israel. U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter is traveling there this weekend, in a bid to reassure the riled American ally.
Their homes ranged from Georgia to Wisconsin, but their lives converged in Thursday's deadly attack on a military facility in Tennessee.
Attackers accessed parts of the computer network that contain personal and medical information, but there is no evidence they accessed or acquired any personal or medical information, UCLA said.
Seagulls have reportedly menaced people and animals in Cornwall, England. The public outcry has gone all the way up to 10 Downing Street.
Across the globe, the culinary culture of yogurt is ancient, thriving and incredibly diverse. From camel's milk yogurt to yogurt vodka, fish marinades to baked goods, yogurt is a versatile superstar.
The latest photos show ice plains that appear to be only 100 million years old and a hilly region that could be what is left when surrounding material is eroded away.
The far-right gunman, who killed 77 people in 2011 and is serving a 21-year prison sentence, will study political science. The university's rector says Breivik met the admission requirements.
Teddy Ruge believes that Western governments don't know what's best for African countries. "Just because you're doing something for the poor," he says, "doesn't mean you're doing it right."
As he seeks the presidency, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker can claim a connection to three different battleground states, but it's in Wisconsin where he got the political bug.
The Senate may have voted to replace NCLB, but one of the old law's chief architects argues much of it should stay just the way it is.
A brief and incomplete study of men's hats in American history — and what they reveal.
Its cost had swollen; its design sparked an unflattering meme. And now Japan's prime minister is telling Tokyo organizers to start over with their plan for a centerpiece stadium.
Russia's foreign minister says that a United Nations tribunal would only "ensure punishment of those Washington has decided are guilty."
How much can someone's face affect the sentence they receive in court? A lot, according to a study that asked people to rate the trustworthiness of convicted murderers based on their mugshots.
The Bundestag voted overwhelmingly in favor of the $93.6 billion package aimed at keeping Athens in the eurozone.
Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, who authorities have signaled as the man who shot and killed four Marines, is described by friends as funny, charming and devout.