Kim Jong-pil, the founder of South Korea's spy agency who also served twice as prime minister, first under his dictator boss and later under a man his agency kidnapped, has died. He was 92.
Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri scored in Switzerland's 2-1 victory over Serbia on Friday at the World Cup, and both celebrated by making a nationalist symbol to their ethnic Albanian heritage.
President Donald Trump declared Friday that North Korea still poses an "extraordinary threat" to the United States.
A U.S. Marine identified as an assailant during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been convicted at a court-martial, and the Corps is seeking to remove him from its ranks.
The Latest on the guilty verdicts for Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme and his co-defendant Paul Weadick (all times local): 4:45 p.m.
Texas Tech University leaders have condemned racist online comments allegedly posted by several students calling for attacking immigrants and building a border wall.
A court has affirmed the immigration fraud conviction of a Rwandan man who lied to gain entry into the U.S. and was living in Cedar Rapids.
Former North Carolina Republican Gov. Pat McCrory has a bone to pick with his successor over a dog sculpture.
An elite New Hampshire prep school that was hit with multiple sexual misconduct allegations spanning decades announced Wednesday that it will be starting a therapy fund for abused alumni.
Chicago Public Schools correspondence obtained by The Associated Press shows that it gave a former priest access to its schools for months despite knowing he was forced to leave the priesthood for sexually abusing 6-year-old boy when he was around 15.
The leader of Romania's ruling Social Democratic Party vowed Friday to implement new laws that critics say will dilute the fight against corruption — a move that came a day after he got a 3½-year jail sentence for abuse of office.
Parks officials in Buffalo, New York, are tickled pink over claiming a new world record for having the longest line of garden flamingos .
The Ohio Parole Board on Friday again rejected a request for mercy from a condemned killer who fatally stabbed a man two decades ago, despite an ex-juror's revelation that he now regrets his vote in favor of a death sentence.
British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said Friday that a government under his leadership would recognize a Palestinian state "very early on" and push hard for a political solution to the Syrian civil war.
A Pennsylvania District Attorney said a black teen fatally shot by an officer as he fled from a traffic stop had an empty gun clip in his pocket, but the family's attorney said that has no bearing on whether the shooting was justified.
A man accused of shooting five co-workers, killing three, at a granite company in Maryland was sentenced Friday to 40 years in prison for the later shooting of a man in Delaware.
President Donald Trump is nominating a Navy special operations veteran to be the nation's top counterterrorism official.
A group of experts advising the Council of Europe called on Hungary on Friday to repeal its so-called "Stop Soros" law, which threatens to incarcerate people helping refugees.
A photo of a scribbled team lineup, spotted in the hands of an assistant coach, threatens to sour the unusually cordial World Cup relations between the England team and its traveling media pack.
The Latest on the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections (all times local): 6 p.m.