A lawyer for Oscar Pistorius says South Africa’s highest court has dismissed the former track star’s appeal of his murder conviction.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health has received confirmation that two residents acquired the Zika virus during international travel.
Boeing is suing the federal government over pollution at the company’s old aircraft plant in Wichita.
Orders to U.S. factories increased in January by the most in seven months.
The U.S. attorney’s office says 26-year-old Wesley Lavern Harris was sentenced Wednesday for carjacking.
There’s a new weapon in the fight against cyber bullying.
It was a frightening discovery in one Florida neighborhood — a 9-foot, 300-pound alligator in the backyard swimming pool.
Funeral services have been set for two Hays men killed in a trench collapse on Tuesday.
Olympic officials have identified 43 candidates for a team of refugee athletes who will compete in the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro .
The next time you take the family to Chick-fil-A, ditching the smartphones during the meal could win everyone in your crew a free treat.
Security experts warn that hackers often use Facebook quizzes to access your personal information.
A teacher resigned after a student spread a nude picture of her through text messages and social media.
Card experts in Southern California said Wednesday that they have verified the legitimacy.
When Teresa Reiter saw the idea last year, she wasn’t sure if her students would be receptive to the idea.
A bill has been proposed in the Kansas Legislature that would allow taxpayers to donate money to local schools.