Three climbers have died on Mount Everest and another is missing in a busy and tragic weekend on the world’s highest mountain, officials and expedition organizers said Monday.
North Korea fired a solid-fuel ballistic missile Sunday that can be harder for outsiders to detect before launch and later said the test was hailed as perfect by leader Kim Jong Un.
An expanded Gorilla World exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo is scheduled to open in early June shortly after the one year anniversary of the shooting death of an endangered gorilla named Harambe.
Two likely future British kings were there, along with one of the world’s most photographed women, the often-adorable Prince Harry, a multilingual tennis legend and a brash TV reality star.
Eight people were injured Saturday after an Aeromexico passenger jet clipped a supply truck shortly after landing at Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said.
Zion National Park’s Zion-Mount Carmel Highway, which closed Friday afternoon because of falling sand and rock debris, reopened to all traffic about 2:45 p.m. Saturday.
Loved ones of Army Pfc. Manuel M. Quintana say burial at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City ends decades of uncertainty.
A major swath of roadway in Utah’s Zion National Park is closed until further notice due to a “continuous stream” of falling sand and rock debris, officials announced Friday afternoon.
While little Sherrice Iverson’s death 20 years ago was heinous, and Jeremy Strohmeyer’s confession was chilling, a third player in the high-profile case proved controversial: David Cash Jr., Strohmeyer’s best friend.
Sherrice Iverson was 7 when she was lured from an arcade into a Primm casino restroom 20 years ago, forced into the largest stall, sexually assaulted and slowly strangled before her killer snapped her neck.