With more than 700 pieces from 26 different institutions in 11 countries, ‘First Kings of Europe’ details humanity’s journey from equality to hierarchy.
Nashville shooter bought 7 guns before school attack; One of the officers who confronted suspect grew up in Chicago
Police say Audrey Hale bought weapons legally, hiding them from their parents. Hale did not target the victims but did target the school and planned the attack carefully.
Migrants at a detention center in Ciudad Juarez set fire to mattresses when they learned they would be deported. At least 40 people were killed, authorities say.
Tourists, many of them Americans on spring break or studying abroad, posed for selfies in front of the giant marble statue, which features the Biblical David, naked with a sling over his shoulder and a rock in his hand, ready for battle with Goliath.
The victims included three 9-year-old children, the school’s top administrator, a substitute teacher and a custodian.
Highland Park shooting survivor — in Nashville when another massacre unfolded — rips lack of action on guns
Ashbey Beasley, who was at the Highland Park July 4th parade shooting, went viral after addressing the media in the wake of a shooting that killed three students and three adults at a Nashville elementary school.
Chabelo starred in Mexico’s longest-running television show, ‘En Familia con Chabelo,’ a Sunday variety show that ran from 1967 to 2015. He performed well into his 80s.
First-graders are barred from singing a song promoting LGBTQ acceptance by district officials who say the song “could be perceived as controversial.”
Mayoral challenger Paul Vallas said the CTU is behind the bogus lawn signs popping up around the city. The Vallas for Mayor signs include a red box that says, “MAGA 2024,” invoking the Trump slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
The board of the Tallahassee Classical School pressured Principal Hope Carrasquilla to resign last week after an image of the David was shown to a sixth-grade art class.
Chipotle announced it was permanently closing its Augusta, Maine, location last year after workers filed a National Labor Relations Board petition for a union election.
Abbey officials said Friday that the section of the church’s floor known as the Cosmati pavement, where the chair in which Britain’s monarchs are crowned has been placed for some 700 years, will be on display during King Charles’ May 6 coronation.
A suspected Iranian drone strike killed a U.S. contractor and wounded five service members and another contractor at a coalition base in Syria, according to the Pentagon.
The Pennsylvania Democrat checked himself into a hospital in February with clinical depression. His recovery is going well, and he will soon be back at work, an aide says.
Laxman Narasimhan will spend half-day shift each month at one of the company’s 9,000 U.S. coffee shops to stay close to employees and customers.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew faced hostile questions from Democrats, Republicans concerned about the company’s ties to China’s government, security, user data collection.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell seeks to reassure Americans that their money was safe after the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank as the Fed continues to fight inflation.
Senate Commerce Committee grills Norfolk Southern CEO on safety enhancements that can be implemented to prevent derailments like the one in East Palestine, Ohio.
The holy month of Ramadan began Wednesday evening, and observant Muslims will fast for 30 days from sunrise to sunset, seeking a deeper consciousness.
A letter from Democrats to President Biden calls for holding the 2024 convention in the Midwest to bolster the ‘blue wall’ states that reliably cast votes for the party’s ticket.
He built his family a beautiful home on the South Side of the city and co-founded a business that provided steady employment so others could do the same.
Customs officials say two shipments from Thailand headed to U.S. addresses contained counterfeit jewelry, accessories. Sales of the items can fund criminal activity.
Since his death, scientists have long tried to piece together Beethoven’s medical history and have offered a variety of possible explanations for his many maladies.