The average age of cars and trucks in the U.S. has hit a record 11.8 years, as better quality and technology allows people to keep them on the road longer.
The stronger peso was introduced as a replacement for the dollars traded on the black market during the island’s post-Soviet economic crisis in the 1990s.
Federal officials want to lift protections for about 700 bears in and around Yellowstone National Park.
Chicago Police are investigating the death of a female who was struck and killed by a train when she walked onto the tracks to retrieve a cell phone she’d dropped.
Police Commissioner James O’Neill has declared a mental health crisis in the department amid a recent spate of officer suicides.
An Alabama woman whose fetus died after she was shot in a fight has been charged with manslaughter, while the woman accused of shooting her has been freed.
A woman has been convicted of murder after leaving her 3-year-old daughter in an SUV for 9 1/2 hours during a blazing California summer and saying she wanted to remove “lustful demons” from the girl.
The flu vaccine turned out to be a big disappointment again.
Congress is at a standoff over a $4.6 billion aid package for the southern border as House Democrats say a Senate-passed measure doesn’t go far enough to care for thousands of migrant families and children.
Prosecutors say a New Jersey mother killed her toddler son because she felt he was getting in the way of her extramarital affair.