Urvashi Vaid dies; led the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force during the AIDS crisis
The suspect in the shooting at a Laguna Woods church is believed to have been driven in part by the political belief that Taiwan is a part of China.
For years, this Canadian city has hosted safe consumption sites for addicts. They've saved lives, but with some painful tradeoffs.
How the racist conspiracy has some roots right here in the Golden State of the 1990s.
As the war enters 'protracted phase,' Ukrainian troops captured in Mariupol face interrogation while a Russian soldier pleads guilty to war crime.
In the wake of Saturday's shooting massacre in Buffalo, a refrigerator on a street corner becomes a gathering point to grieve, donate and collect groceries.
The federal agency wants to remove the stigma around the reporting of unidentified flying object sightings so that it can better investigate them.
Russia scores its first major win with the takeover of the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol. But will it change the course of the war?
President Biden go to Buffalo to meet the families of victims killed in what police described as a racially motivated shooting. Ten people died in the carnage.
After months of a devastating siege, the city of Mariupol is now in Russian hands as Moscow's forces concentrate their attacks elsewhere.
Tijuana can seem like two cities at the same time — and it's never more evident than in its relationship with culture and cartels.
With its gubernatorial primary set for Tuesday, Pennsylvania is one of a handful of states where a new governor could protect or drastically restrict abortion access.
In a tranquil Ukrainian monastery, dozens driven from homes by war find refuge. The nuns say they will offer shelter as long as it's needed.
Residents cite how the neighborhood was left behind as other parts of the city thrived.
Moscow is scrambling to adjust to a new security picture in Europe brought about by its invasion of Ukraine, where fighting is ravaging the east.
The White House says President Biden will "grieve with the community that lost 10 lives." But the community wants more from the president.
The plant could reopen within two weeks once the consent decree is approved. Product would be on the shelves in six to eight weeks after.
A fringe far-right theory seems to be gaining traction, but you don't have to dig deep to see its lies.
Randy Weaver dies at 74. He became a hero to antigovernment extremists after the Ruby Ridge standoff.
The milestone is an indelible reminder of the awful toll that the disease has taken and continues to take.
Newfangled COVID-19 vaccines have left many people yearning for an old-school alternative. The one from Novavax could fit that bill.
Rep. Kurt Schrader faces a strong primary challenge after repeatedly breaking with fellow Democrats.
How Texas has made it nearly impossible for low-income women to get an abortion. And how other states want to copy that.
Like LGBTQ people nationwide, I can't help but worry that the legal logic that might topple Roe will be used against my marriage.
After Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, the Finnish hockey team Jokerit, with manager Jari Kurri, escape Russian control and try to win back fans.