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Police in Forest Hill, Texas, are investigating after a person opened fire on a man dressed as Santa Claus Tuesday evening.
The man, who did not wish to be identified, and his wife were driving home after...

Take a look back at the events that led to Michael Cohen being sentenced to 36 months in prison.

Columnist Sally Higginson has the info on the hottest holiday gift you didn't know you needed.

The Raiders' Las Vegas Stadium won't be ready until 2020, leaving the franchise in a tight spot as it ponders its options for next year.

Nearly a dozen squad cars with their lights flashing pulled up in front of a south suburban funeral home Wednesday night after a man was shot.

Speaking with The Washington Post after his first testimony to Congress, Pichai said that new AI tools — the backbone of such innovations as driverless cars and disease-detecting algorithms — require companies to set ethical guardrails and think through how the technology can be abused.

The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved an $867 billion farm bill as Congress appeared poised to pass the legislation.

Retired slugger Jose Canseco tweets his willingness to serve in President Donald Trump's cabinet, offers to "buff you up" with daily workouts.

Although the preliminary total does not exceed last year’s record $11.8 billion payments after blazes ripped through California’s wine country, the insurance commissioner said it will likely rise.

The host of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" said trying to get his kids to sit for a holiday photo was like "trying to put a wetsuit onto a monkey and a baby pig."

12 vendors, including eight global players, sit on the Australian Cyber Security Centre's secure cloud provider list.

Centrelink received 2,494 complaints about the MyGov website in just four months.

The annual PAWS Chicago Fur Ball raised $1.2 million to fund its no-kill animal rescue efforts.

Following the detainment in Beijing of a Canadian diplomat on leave, Canada has confirmed that it is working to 'ascertain the whereabouts' of a second citizen in China who reached out to them after 'being asked questions by Chinese authorities' and has not been heard from since.

Halfway between Norway and the North Pole is the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which stores second copies of seeds for the world's seed banks as insurance against the potential destruction of crops.