Migrants struggle on the tracks in Hungary, a young bullfighter dreams, a sheep needs shearing, and more of this week's best pictures.
A doctor who helps screen pilots for health and safety issues is accused of illegally selling drugs like oxycodone out of his offices at John F. Kennedy Airport.
The NYPD is recommending "safe rooms" after testing four types of guns against the kind of wooden desk typically found in offices.
The little-known devices, sometimes called Stingrays, emit the same kind of radio signal as cellular telephone phone towers, tricking phones into relaying their electronic signatures.
The report that a Millis police officer's vehicle was fired upon sparked a huge response that included SWAT teams and a warning to shelter in place.
William Chapman II had no alcohol or drugs in his system, and his pockets had been turned inside out, an autopsy found.
Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who has refused to grant gay marriage licenses on religious grounds, appeared in court Thursday morning.
An Illinois man weighing a job offer accidentally texted two nude selfies to the company's HR manager.
Kim Davis, a Kentucky clerk, has been ordered to jail after a judge found her in contempt of court for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
Matt Staver says he was stunned that Kim Davis was ordered to jail for denying a Supreme Court order to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples.