Almost 100,000 people have disappeared in Mexico, according to the country’s National Search Commission, which keeps a record existing since 1964. Most are thought to have been killed by drug cartels, their bodies dumped into shallow graves or burned. Searchers have learned over the last decade, since the height of Mexico’s 2006-2012 drug war, that the gangs often use the...

John Kerry claims President Joe Biden "had not been aware" that the Australia submarine deal would upset France, as the Secretary of State visits Paris to ease the diplomatic tensions.

A Virginia woman has been arrested in North Carolina for allegedly swiping an SUV with five children inside -- after the driver stopped to help her.

Cult author Dave Eggers is banning Amazon from selling the first run of his new novel about the dangers of big tech.

The former employee, who is scheduled to reveal her identity on CBS's "60 Minutes" on Sunday night, has already filed reams of anonymous complaints against the company.

Karen Mahoney and Brian Ray had hoped that the border would be open in time for the bride's parents and grandparents from Quebec to be able to attend their wedding.

An Arkansas farmer accused of raping and murdering a 25-year-old woman is going to prison for life without the possibility of parole.

Protesters outside Brian Laundrie’s parents’ home were handed citations Saturday for being too loud. The small group used a speaker to cajole the parents of Gabby Petito’s fugitive boyfriend. “Come out here and answer America’s questions!” one of the half-dozen demonstrators camped out across the street from the Laundries’ North Port, Florida, home said through...

The new fissures, about 50 feet apart, sent streaks of fiery red and orange molten rock down toward the sea, parallel to an earlier flow that reached the Atlantic Ocean earlier this week.

Somalia has opened the country’s first public oxygen plant as the Horn of Africa nation with one of the world’s weakest health systems combats COVID-19.