Here is a look at some of the places hit by the global cyberattack.
A Kansas City-area man has pleaded guilty to duping dozens of women into having sex with him on camera by telling them they were rehearsing for roles in pornographic movies.
Sally Jacobsen, a widely experienced Associated Press correspondent who became the first woman to serve as the news service's international editor, overseeing with a cool, steady hand coverage of wars, terrorism and a daily stream of history-making events, has died at the age of 70.
A woman holds a handwritten message that reads in Spanish: "Maduro Murderer" during a protest of elderly Venezuelans against President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, May 12.
Beijing and Washington announced Friday an agreement giving U.S. beef, natural gas and certain financial services access to China's massive market in a deal highlighting the warm ties nurtured by their presidents.
Donald Trump asked his now-fired FBI director on three occasions whether he was the target of ongoing investigations, he said Thursday, stoking allegations of presidential interference.
Dozens of countries were hit with a huge cyberextortion attack Friday that locked up computers and held users' files for ransom at a multitude of hospitals, companies and government agencies.
Strong storms spawned one tornado, and possibly two in Oklahoma, and threaten parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. The storms stretched from northeast Texas through the mid-Atlantic states to the North Carolina coast.
The White House Wednesday slapped down calls for a special prosecutor to investigate allegations that Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russia, after the U.S. president abruptly fired his FBI director.
Thousands of Argentines of all ages and opposing political parties joined Wednesday to protest a Supreme Court ruling that many feared would lead to the release of convicted human rights criminals.