A teenager was arrested Thursday in the deaths of his two younger brothers, ages 4 and 10, at the family home in a Utah subdivision of new homes and tidy lawns, police said.
Authorities say a man has been arrested after claiming to be a member of the Walt Disney family and giving away invalid Disneyland passes.
A former elementary school teacher who was on the FBI's list of most wanted fugitives is due in federal court on a child pornography charge.
A Virginia landmark and tourism attraction once owned by Thomas Jefferson is up for sale.
Federal authorities are investigating after a Boeing 747 on approach to Atlanta's airport lost parts from its right wing that landed on a woman's house.
"Plaza (Towers Elementary School) did the best they could. That's all they have. I'm big on the schools need shelters. They need storm cellars, something where these kids can go and we're not picking through rubble to try and find our kids." - Mikki Davis, mother of 8-year-old Oklahoma tornado victim Kyle Davis.
An afternoon recovery in U.S. stock markets helped oil reverse early losses Thursday.
The winners of the 79th annual National Headliner Awards, sponsored by The Press Club of Atlantic City, N.J., have been announced. Entries are judged by a panel of journalists representing newspapers, wire services, and radio and TV stations around the country.
An eastern Ohio grand jury examining whether other laws were broken in the case of a 16-year-old girl raped by two high school football players prepared to resume work Thursday after a three-week break.
The State Fire Marshal's Office says a federal safety panel's investigators had access to the site of a Texas fertilizer plant blast that killed 15 people and injured about 200 others.
A group of Connecticut organizations that support gun rights, pistol permit holders and gun sellers has filed a lawsuit in federal court against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state officials, arguing the state's new gun control law violates their constitutional rights.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin signed into law Wednesday a novel measure aimed at protecting companies from so-called patent trolling, the practice of making deceptive claims of patent infringement in the hopes of collecting licensing or settlement money.