More than 6,400 pounds of a Walmart brand's frozen meat have been recalled for possible salmonella contamination.
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At 62, the Whopper is approaching retirement age. But Burger King is squeezing new life out of its iconic menu item through themed special editions throughout the year.
When a girl's high school varsity soccer team in Vermont played a game wearing matching shirts emblazoned with a bold message hidden under their jerseys, they fully expected to be heard.
Marathon talks to end the Chicago teachers' strike stalled again, meaning 300,000 students will miss a third day of classes Monday.
A 2-year-old girl was fatally shot in the back of the head and an 11-month-old is in critical condition after two separate shootings in Philadelphia this weekend.
Chinese state-run media has published a series of editorials and opinion pieces drawing parallels between violent protests in Hong Kong, Spain and Chile -- accusing the West of hypocrisy in its response.
The biggest news outlets in Australia, normally fierce rivals, are uniting in support of press freedom with a campaign including blacked-out newspaper front pages and slots on prime time broadcasts.
A tornado that touched down in northern Dallas left more than 100,000 without power, as the severe storm system lashes parts of the Great Plains.
A West Point cadet is missing along with an M4 rifle, the military academy said after military, federal, state and local agencies conducted extensive searches to locate the man.
Two New Jersey teenagers face multiple charges after someone was urinated on and racial slurs were used at a high school football game, police said.
Police in Tennessee arrested a man named Tupac A. Shakur, 40, after they say he pulled a knife on them and was found with methamphetamine.
It was 4 a.m. when 16-year-old Yoo Chae-rin realized she had been on her phone for 13 hours. In less than three hours, she had to be up for school.
Federal prosecutors are expected to file additional charges against some defendants who pleaded not guilty in connection to the college admissions scandal, a law enforcement official tells CNN.
A Missouri man who survived a week at the bottom of a ravine after his car went off the road has died, police said Sunday.
Two sisters kayaking on the Arkansas River this summer made a historic find — a huge bear skull that is hundreds if not thousands of years old.
A memorial sign marking Emmett Till's death that was riddled with bullet holes earlier this year was rededicated Saturday -- this time with bulletproof glass.
During a "Conversation on Free Expression" at Georgetown University on Thursday, just after Mark Zuckerberg delivered his "unfiltered take" on free speech, journalist John Stanton issued a statement from his seat in the audience. The Facebook CEO had stressed the importance of "voice and inc…
The public got its first look at actress Felicity Huffman's life in prison as photos and a video taken Saturday showed her walking in a green prison uniform.
The video on YouTube posted a few years ago seemed promising: Andrew Scheer, now Canada's Conservative leader, was surrounded by his wife and five children, hamming it up for the cameras and introducing himself to voters. It was direct, fun and endearing.
Authorities are trying to determine the source of smoke coming from the hull of the Golden Ray, a cargo ship that capsized more than a month ago off the Georgia coast.
Three US soldiers with the 3rd Infantry Division were killed, and three others injured during a training accident in Georgia early Sunday morning, according to the Army.
Now that two cranes at the partially collapsed Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans are toppled, crews can begin searching for two bodies that remain in the debris, city officials said Sunday.
A horse racing at California's Santa Anita Park on Saturday broke his left front ankle and was euthanized by doctors -- the 34th horse death at the famed track since December.
Nasty. It is not a word associated much with Canada -- except perhaps with the winters here. But during this election campaign, nastiness has been one of the only unifying themes, as parties trade insults and dig up scandals from coast to coast to coast.
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A woman has pleaded guilty to negligent homicide after performing a cosmetic surgery that killed a 34-year-old Maryland woman, attorneys say.
NFL rivalries are heating up as the 2019 season nears its midpoint and teams look toward the postseason and a shot at Super Bowl glory.
A worker who fell down three stories after the Hard Rock Hotel under construction in New Orleans partially collapsed was detained by immigration officials two days later, his spokesperson and immigration authorities say.
The last time he met Prince William, Imran Khan was a sporting hero who told the young royal about his hope of winning political office.
For almost three years, "Welcome To Video" was a covert den for people who traded in clips of children being sexually assaulted.
Drivers lined up outside the Rainforest Car Wash in Brunswick, Ohio, are being greeted by ghosts and goblins, and have demons keeping creepy company with them while their vehicles are scrubbed down and rinsed inside the car wash.
Two men have been charged for poaching thousands of Florida turtles and selling them illegally, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.