The USS Gerald R. Ford completed the first explosive event of ship shock trials to see how the carrier holds up against shock and vibrations.
Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the US and dates back to June 19, 1865. Since then, Black people have celebrated across the country.
Incidents of unruly behavior at airports and on flights are rising as summer travel returns, often prompted by anger over mask policies.
The X-Press Pearl disaster is now threatening marine life as more than 350 metric tons of oil sink to the bottom of the Indian Ocean.
These suburban homeowners are part of a global community inspired by the book "Retrosuburbia: The Downshifter's Guide to a Resilient Future."
Trump supporters celebrated Memorial Day on a boat parade in Jupiter, Florida. Many of them still reject the results of the 2020 election.
A container ship carrying 25 tons of nitric acid is still burning after it caught fire off the coast of Sri Lanka on May 18.
George Floyd Square is a barricaded area governed by its residents to memorialize the loss of life. But it might not last much longer.
Jawad Mahdi owned the al-Jalaa tower in Gaza hit by an Israeli airstrike. Hundreds lived and worked in the building, including the AP and Al Jazeera.
A 6-year-old Gazan girl survived an Israeli airstrike after being trapped under rubble for hours. But other children have not been so lucky.
As COVID-19 deaths hit unprecedented rates in India, one man is doing what he can to honor those who have died.
Crowds outside the Minneapolis courthouse reacted with tears and celebrations after Derek Chauvin was found guilty in the death of George Floyd.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of second degree murder, third degree murder, and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.
NASA's robot helicopter Ingenuity successfully took off and landed on Mars on Monday, the first time humans have flown an aircraft on another planet.
Experts are worried about the transmission of the coronavirus and other diseases at wet markets that sell the meat of exotic animals.
Hospitals and funeral homes are overwhelmed in both El Paso and Ciudad Juárez as the twin cities struggle to fight COVID-19.