North Korea test-fired a number of anti-ship missiles off its east coast Thursday, South Korea's military said.
Plans to expand a hotel in Mexico City are on hold after archaeologists unearthed a 1400s-era temple to the Aztec wind god Ehecatl and a ceremonial ball court under the property.
The final YouGov projection before Thursday's U.K. snap election predicts the Conservatives will prevail and gain seats in Parliament, though far fewer than predicted six weeks ago.
Dogged by allegations in Washington, President Donald Trump traveled to friendlier territory Wednesday and promised to create a "first-class" system of roads, bridges and waterways by using $200 billion in public funds to generate $1 trillion in investment to pay for construction projects that most public officials agree are badly needed and long overdue.
The Trump administration criticized the Turkish government Wednesday after police in that country detained a prominent human rights lawyer as part of a crackdown on people suspected of links to a U.S.-based cleric accused of masterminding a failed coup.
Up to 1,000 layoffs are expected at the combined Yahoo Inc. and AOL companies that Verizon Communications Inc. is in a deal to acquire, according to a report late Wednesday.
U.S. stock indexes closed slightly higher Wednesday as gains in banks were partly offset by a slump in energy companies.
The number of overdoses linked to what authorities in Georgia believe to be a street version of Percocet continues to rise, officials said Wednesday.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday: Carvana Co., up $3.13 to $12.66
A suburban New York man has been accused of suffocating his 7-year-old daughter, whose mother is an NBC vice president.
One of Mississippi's largest payday lenders was effectively forced out of business Wednesday after a judge ruled that state banking regulators could revoke the company's licenses during its appeal of state penalties.
The Republican National Committee says former FBI Director James Comey’s prepared Senate testimony released Wednesday proves President Trump was “right” about not being personally investigated by the FBI in its Russia investigation.