MSNBC: U.S. news
NBC News U.S. News
Updated: 5 min 49 sec ago
The attack happened after a team of plainclothes officers on the transit anti-crime unit boarded a southbound 5 train at Grand Central Terminal.
Investigators believe the man "cut into a piece of metal which turned out to be a military ordnance, causing the explosion," police said.
The three officers who fatally shot a Mexican national during a confrontation in February did not violate police procedures, the department said.
The Airbus Perlan 2 glider successfully completed its first test flight in the mission to soar to 90,000 feet.
Mark and Debby Constantino, who were featured on the Travel Channel "Ghost Adventures" died after a standoff in which Mark held Debby hostage.
Students sign a contract that holds them responsible for the valuable original prints of masterpieces. So far, there haven't been any problems.
Kristen Mundell didn't expect that her father's fellow officers had a special tribute of their own for her wedding.
The cause of the crash isn't immediately clear, but it shut down the westbound lanes of a suburban Phoenix freeway.
A woman wondered for most of her life what happened to her missing stepbrother. The tragic answer came after she gave her DNA to a national database.
Charges were officially filed Wednesday against a Glendale man accused in some of a series of shootings along an Arizona freeway.
Cops say the father tried to drown the 3-year-old and her siblings in an apartment complex pond in Durham, North Carolina.
The owner of a bar formerly known as the P Club had left voice messages asking an informal group of transgender customers to stop visiting.
Pope Francis says Junipero Serra was a "founding father" of the country, but Native Americans say he destroyed their ancestors' culture.
The "nooses" that set in motion a campuswide response to an apparent hate crime turned out to be harmless remnants of lanterns from a campus event.
"As Batman so sagely told Robin, 'In our well-ordered society, protection of private property is essential,'" Judge Sandra Ikuta wrote.
Federal conspiracy charges have been filed against the cousin of one of the people convicted in the murder of a Chicago woman at an Indonesian resort.
At least one other person remains unaccounted for in the wake of the fire northwest of Sacramento that has destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings.