The catastrophic earthquake over the weekend took out power and phone service for whole swaths of the country.
Pi Delta Psi members are accused of fatally injuring Michael Deng and then trying to covering it up.
A teacher at a Washington state high school detained a shooter Monday morning before anyone was injured, according to police.
Army veteran Benjamin Breckheimer was attempting to become the first Wounded Warrior to scale Mt. Everest when a massive earthquake rocked Nepal. WBBH's Joe Roetz reports.
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Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's defense team began its case against his execution on Monday.
The sheriff said he accepted the resignation "as we look as a community for answers."
A man who was rescued from a dumpster by a Santa Ana police officer 25 years ago was reunited with the same officer and his biological father.
Funeral for Freddie Gray, who died after suffering a fatal spinal injury while in custody of the Baltimore police, will be held at New Shiloh Baptist Church.
The acting CEO of the Clinton Foundation said Sunday there were mistakes on its tax returns but says its total revenue was accurately reported.