Three foreigners were kidnapped in Yemen's capital Friday, two Interior Ministry officials told CNN.
Lawmakers in Moscow moved to ban Americans from adopting Russian children Friday, as they passed a bill that imposes a series of sanctions on U.S. interests, state media reported.
North Korea has arrested a U.S. citizen for committing an unspecified crime against the country, state media said Friday.
A former U.S. Marine who languished for more than four months in a Mexican prison on a questioned gun charge was on his way to spending Christmas with his family Friday after U.S. politicians intervened for his release.
Can a boss fire an employee he finds attractive because he and his wife, fairly or not, see her as a threat to their marriage? Yes, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Three Indiana residents were arrested Friday on charges of arson and felony murder in a fatal house explosion in Indianapolis last November, according to the Marion County, Indiana, prosecutor's office.
A man killed two men and one woman Friday in central Pennsylvania, then died in a gunfight with state troopers, authorities said.
On a day when global doomsday predictions failed to pan out, NASA had more good news for the Earth: An asteroid feared to be on a collision course with our planet no longer poses a significant threat.
The company linked to a deadly, nationwide outbreak of fungal meningitis announced Friday it has filed for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11.
It should come as no surprise that U.S. Army soldiers can fight. But Staff Sgt. Colton Smith can say he's the Army's ultimate fighter.
The CIA joined on Friday the chorus of those challenging the accuracy of a new movie on the Osama bin Laden raid that suggests that harsh interrogation techniques used on suspected terrorists helped the agency find the man considered behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
"I don't like Mondays." This was the answer given by one of America's first contemporary mass school shooters, Brenda Spencer, when asked why she had fired 30 rounds with a semiautomatic rifle at a San Diego elementary schoolyard on January 29, 1979. She killed the school's principal and custodian and wounded nine schoolchildren, some as young as 8. So unfathomable was the event at the time that this action even inspired a popular song. But today, Spencer has been nearly lost to our collective memory. Why is she not remembered? Perhaps because she is one of only two female school shooters that we know of.