A 28-year-old man who moved to Hawaii two weeks ago from New Mexico was the pilot who died along with two passengers when a tour helicopter crashed on a street in a Honolulu suburb, his father said Tuesday.
A federal judge in Los Angeles ruled Tuesday that a Spanish museum that acquired a priceless, Nazi-looted painting in 1992 is the work’s rightful owner, and not the survivors of the Jewish woman who surrendered it 80 years ago to escape the Holocaust.
A surprise passenger hitched a ride on a Boston commuter trolley, frightening some people at first, but warming their hearts when it willingly snuggled in a human passenger’s arms.
Two years after his last Las Vegas speech on climate change, former Vice President Al Gore returned to the valley Tuesday with a similar message of alarm and optimism.
A federal judge threw out former Penn State President Graham Spanier’s misdemeanor child-endangerment conviction on Tuesday.
A Minneapolis police officer was handcuffed and taken into custody immediately after being convicted of murder in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman who approached his squad car after calling 911.
The Mecklenburg Emergency Medical Services Agency reported two dead, four injured in a shooting at a North Carolina university.
A baby sea lion wandered onto a busy highway in South San Francisco Tuesday, stopping vehicles and alarming motorists before officials whisked it away.
Prosecutors say the 19-year-old man suspected of opening fire in a Southern California synagogue was arrested with a tactical vest, helmet and 50 unfired bullets.
A Virginia judge has ruled that Charlottesville’s Confederate statues are war monuments protected by state law.