A new study suggests that dark streaks on Mars are signs of flowing sand — not water.
BBC Wales' Jordan Davies trials a new app which allows people to upload evidence directly to police control rooms.
Federal aviation investigators say retired star pitcher Roy Halladay performed steep turns and flew feet above the water in his small plane moments before his fatal crash two weeks ago
The Justice Department intends to sue AT&T to stop its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner
Department of Homeland Security official Jamie Johnson resigned Thursday.
Previous negotiations between DOJ and AT&T have failed.
Mexico's leftist Morena party is making eradicating corruption the centerpiece of its platform as its leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador campaigns for the presidential election next July
The home of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics has imploded in just 15 seconds. But thanks to this coach, viewers of a live stream missed it.
The banking regulator remains uncomfortable with Australia's record breaking household debt levels, hinting at a new crackdown on large loans being issued to people on modest incomes.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten argues Malcolm Turnbull is running scared from Parliament, as next week's House of Representatives sittings are scrapped.
Surrounded by critics, the chancellor will have little room for manoeuvre but is likely to be as upbeat as he thinks he can bePhilip Hammond faces an all but impossible job when he delivers his budget on Wednesday. Behind him will sit critics on the right...
The woman who first spoke out to accuse Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 14 said on Monday it took her a long time to get her self-esteem back after she blamed herself for what she says happened. Leigh Corfman was...