Now that Chipotle's E. coli is outbreak officially over, the company is temporarily shuttering all its restaurants in order to keep it that way.
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North Korea has indicated that it will launch a satellite sometime between Feb. 8-25, a United Nations agency said Tuesday — a launch that has drawn American concerns because of the rocket to be used.
The FBI is joining a U.S. criminal investigation into Flint, Michigan's water contamination crisis, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Detroit said on Tuesday.
Three teenagers were arrested on Monday in connection with a shooting at a Seattle homeless encampment where two people were killed and three wounded, police said.
The halls of the Lloyd D. George U.S. Courthouse were quiet Saturday, but the two dozen protesters who lined the sidewalk outside 333 Las Vegas Boulevard South felt no need to deliberate.
Hundreds of angry protesters shouted at each other Monday on the steps of the local courthouse in a town deeply divided by the monthlong armed occupation of a nearby wildlife refuge by anti-government extremists.
The Justice Department and San Francisco officials are expected to announce a review of the city's police department training and practices Monday.
Three California jail escapees, all with violent criminal histories, shopped at a Target, took a taxi driver hostage, argued over whether to kill the driver and went to a hair salon to change their look all in about a week's time that they were on the lam, Orange County Sheriff's spokesman Jeff Hallock said Monday.
It's a story that seems to defy sense: A middle-schooler disappears. A student and accomplished athlete from the big-time college that dominates his town is accused of killing her. Then, another student at the school is accused of helping him dispose of the body.
Just weeks after a surgical team on New York's Long Island began a series of operations to rebuild both lips of an 8-year-old boy mauled by chimpanzees in Africa, the sound of success filled a play room at Stony Brook Children's Hospital.
A cross-border raid by U.S. and Mexican law enforcement officials resulted in the arrest of 24 Sinaloa cartel members, authorities said.
A second Virginia Tech student has been charged in the death of a 13-year-old girl whose remains were found in North Carolina, authorities said Sunday.
Abelardo Garza was working near tanks full of toxic sludge at Hanford nuclear reservation in Washington state last Aug. 14 when one of his co-workers noticed a strange smell.
Armed with American and Gadsden flags, various signs and the horns of their pickups, dozens of demonstrators took to the streets Saturday night in protest of the FBI presence in Burns, Ore.
Russian air strikes on Syria have killed nearly 1,400 civilians since Moscow started its aerial campaign nearly four months ago, a group monitoring the war said on Saturday.
The two remaining fugitives from a California jailbreak last week are in custody, law enforcement officials said.
At least one person is dead and numerous others were wounded in what could have been a gang fight at a motorcycle exposition at the Denver Coliseum on Saturday afternoon, police said.
As four armed anti-government protesters held their ground at a U.S. wildlife refuge in Oregon on Friday, the family of a protester killed by police said he seemed to have been shot in the back with his hands up, although authorities said he was reaching for a gun.
A Pennsylvania constable who prosecutors say accidentally killed a 12-year-old girl during an eviction while firing in self-defense has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing, but the girl's father has been charged with murder.
Five people were killed in an avalanche near the community of McBride, British Columbia, the coroner's office for the Canadian province said on Friday.
One of the four militia members still holed up at a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon said through a YouTube video Friday that every occupier must receive a pardon before they'll leave.
One of three inmates who escaped a week ago from a maximum-security jail unit in Southern California has been taken into custody after surrendering to law enforcement, police said on Friday.
A Texas judge ruled on Friday that America's so-called "affluenza" teenager should remain in custody for now at a juvenile detention center in Fort Worth, where he has been held since he was deported from Mexico on Thursday.