Wednesday, May 13, 2015
The U.S. strategy of "deterrence" for cyberattacks could involve a wide range or responses, potentially including the use of conventional weapons, the nation's top cyberwarrior said Monday.
The death toll from faulty ignition switches in small cars made by General Motors has reached 100.
Emergency responders searched through splintered wreckage Monday after a line of tornadoes battered several small communities in Texas and Arkansas, killing at least five people.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Royal Dutch Shell's Arctic drilling program has cleared a major bureaucratic hurdle to begin drilling for oil and gas off Alaska's northwestern coast this summer.
An American museum has returned a 10th-century sandstone statue of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman to Cambodia, decades after it was looted from a jungle temple during the kingdom's civil war.
Two Mississippi police officers were shot to death during a routine evening traffic stop turned violent, a state law enforcement spokesman said Sunday. Four suspects were in custody, including two who were charged with capital murder.
Part of a New York state nuclear power plant remained offline Sunday after a transformer fire created another problem: thousands of gallons of oil leaking into the Hudson River, officials said.
The northern heartland state of South Dakota was at the center of U.S. weather extremes Sunday, with a tornado damaging a small town and injuring at least nine people and more than a 30 centimeters of snow blanketing its Black Hills.
Wiretappings that prosecutors used to track down a million-U.S.-dollar fraud ring run out of the Guatemalan government have cost the vice president her job and now may lead to the Central American country's Supreme Court.
Mexico's public health system has suspended infant vaccines and mounted an investigation after two babies died and 29 were sickened in an impoverished community in southern Mexico.