Federal safety officials ruled Tuesday yet another fatal train crash in the United States has been caused by easy-to-fix human errors.
Two men and a woman face multiple criminal charges after a family’s fight at Disneyland turned violent and was recorded on video.
Jeffrey Clark Jr. pleaded not guilty in November to illegally possessing firearms and high-capacity magazines for rifle ammunition.
The immigration enforcement operation touted by President Donald Trump that targeted more than 2,000 people resulted in 35 arrests, officials said Tuesday.
Neighbor Stacey Farley described the family as hard-working people who don’t bother anyone.
A Puerto Rico judge issued search warrants for the cellphones of government officials involved in a crude online chat whose leak has set off a political crisis that threatens to bring down the U.S. territory’s governor.
FBI Director Christopher Wray offered a lesson Tuesday in how to dodge questions about the Russia investigation, offering a possible preview of what lawmakers can expect when Robert Mueller testifies to Congress.
The Senate has confirmed Army veteran and former defense industry lobbyist Mark Esper as secretary of defense.
Authorities say a 23-year-old tourist from Chicago punched a worker in the face when her FastPass wasn’t valid for the Tower of Terror ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Five trees planted in New Mexico from seeds taken to the moon during the Apollo 14 mission and given to the state by NASA have all died or been forgotten, according to officials at the locations where the trees were planted decades ago.
The Trump administration on Tuesday proposed tightening automatic eligibility requirements for the food stamp program, a change that could affect about 3.1 million people.
The separate discoveries of three bodies and a burning car with missing occupants are shaking rural northern British Columbia.
The Justice Department has told former special counsel Robert Mueller not to stray beyond his report on Russian election interference when he testifies to Congress on Wednesday.
Authorities say the remains of a western Iowa man who was reported missing in 2009 were found this year inside a closed supermarket where he’d worked.
Li Peng, a former hard-line Chinese premier best known for announcing martial law during the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests that ended with a bloody crackdown by troops, has died. He was 90.