The Washington Post Said The Saudi Explanation For Jamal Khashoggi's Death Is "Utterly Devoid Of Credibility"
Saudi Arabia's claim that the newspaper columnist got into a fight with officials at its Istanbul consulate was met with derision by his former employer and by US allies overseas.
Pussy Riot’s “Producer” Has Been Flown To Germany For Medical Treatment
Pyotr Verzilov, who became the public face of the Russian punk activist group, was hospitalized in the toxicology wing of a Moscow hospital early Wednesday.
A Border Patrol Agent Has Been Arrested For Allegedly Killing Four Women
Juan David Ortiz, a supervisor for the Border Patrol whom authorities have described as a "serial killer," was arrested after a woman escaped and notified authorities.
CBS Chief Les Moonves Is Leaving As He Faces A Sexual Harassment Scandal
The executive who turned CBS into the most watched channel on television faces allegations that he sexually harassed six women.
Naomi Osaka Beat Serena Williams In A Chaotic, Controversial Final Of The US Open
In a match marked by a blowout argument between Williams and tennis officials, the 20-year-old Osaka is the first Japanese-born woman to win a Grand Slam final.
In An Unprecedented Move, The US Postal Service Released A Former CIA Officer’s Security Application To A Republican Group
The former officer, Democratic candidate Abigail Spanberger, has suggested the information was released for partisan purposes.
Here's Why Trump's Tweet About White Farmers In South Africa Was A Huge Deal
The government's supposed mistreatment of white farmers in the former apartheid state has been a white nationalist talking point for years.
A Juror In Paul Manafort's Trial Said A Lone Holdout Blocked His Conviction On All 18 Counts
"I didn't want Paul Manafort to be be guilty, but he was, and nobody is above the law," juror Paula Duncan told Fox News Wednesday.
ICE Says A Man Detained While Driving His Pregnant Wife To The Hospital Is Wanted For Murder. The Family Wants Proof.
Several Mexican officials told BuzzFeed News they had no information about a murder charge or arrest warrant, but they were continuing to investigate.
A Criminal Justice Activist Just Beat The Lead Prosecutor In Ferguson
Wesley Bell, a Ferguson City Council member and criminal justice advocate, defeated St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch in a Democratic primary Tuesday.
Newly Released Files Show The FBI Believed Carter Page Collaborated With Russia Before The 2016 Election
The heavily redacted documents reveal that the FBI told the secret surveillance court in 2016 that it believed the one-time foreign policy aide to the Trump campaign had been “collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government.”
“I Feel Like I Am Trash”: Immigrant Children Describe Squalid Conditions In Detention Centers Along The US Border
In interviews filed in federal court this week, immigrant parents and children say they were held for days in frigid, filthy cells and cages at facilities run by US Customs and Border Protection.
Detectives Running The Novichok Murder Investigation Are Focused On Finding The Nerve Agent's Container
Police said 44-year-old Dawn Sturgess was exposed to the same substance that poisoned former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March.
It Could Take Months To Rescue The Teen Soccer Team Trapped In A Cave In Thailand
The 12 boys and their coach have been found alive, but rescuers may have to wait for floodwaters to subside to get them out.
Protesters Confronted Kirstjen Nielsen At A Mexican Restaurant Over Immigrant Family Separations
The protesters chanted, “If kids don’t eat in peace, you don’t eat in peace,” and “Shame!”
More Than 600 Members Of Jeff Sessions’ Church Have Filed A Formal Complaint Against Him Over Immigrant Family Separations
In a letter Monday, United Methodist Church clergy and lay leaders accused the attorney general — a member of their denomination — of violating church laws.
The Judge In The Brock Turner Sexual Assault Case Has Been Recalled
Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky was voted off the bench Tuesday night, becoming the first California jurist in 86 years to be recalled.
110 People Have Died After An Airliner Crashed In Cuba
Three people remain in critical condition at a Havana hospital after the plane carrying 113 people crashed.
One Person Killed And At Least Four Others Injured In Paris Knife Attack
Authorities have opened a terrorism investigation into the attack, which occurred in the city's 2nd Arrondissement near the Palais Garnier opera house.