Aaron Dean is charged with murder over the shooting of Atatiana Jefferson in her home in Fort Worth.
Woman busted for marijuana at Moscow airport is at the center of a three-way diplomatic wrangle
An American-Israeli woman arrested at a Moscow airport with nine and a half grams of marijuana has found herself at the center of a diplomatic standoff between Israel, Russia, and the United States.
US treasury chief Mnuchin in China tariff warning
Tariffs on $156bn of Chinese goods will be imposed if a trade deal is not finalised by December, Steve Mnuchin says.
Notre Dame car bombing: all-female jihadist cell jailed for failed cathedral attack
Two women with ties to Islamist militants sentenced to at least 25 years for unsuccessful 2016 atttack
Japan launches major search operation after deadly typhoon kills dozens
A major search and rescue operation is underway in Japan after deadly Typhoon Hagibis brought widespread flooding and landslides, destroying buildings and leaving dozens dead.
Manila transport crisis: Commuters outraged by 'leave earlier' advice
The Filipino president's spokesman has been criticised for dismissing commuters' concerns in Manila - one of the world's most gridlocked cities.
Huge stash of walnuts squirreled away under car bonnet in US
A couple in the US city of Pittsburgh found a surprise stash of hundreds of walnuts hidden under their car bonnet.
Nobel Prize for Literature to name two winners after scandal-hit year
The Nobel Prize for Literature is set to be awarded on Thursday. Twice.
Germany shooting: Gunman kills two after attacking synagogue
A gunman has killed two people in eastern Germany after attempting to enter a synagogue where dozens were observing a Jewish holiday.
How interchangeable parts revolutionised the way things are made
One man's desire to create the perfect gun profoundly changed manufacturing.
Shakil Afridi: The doctor who helped the CIA find Bin Laden
Shakil Afridi was accused of running a fake vaccination scheme and says he never got a fair trial.
US top court divided as it ponders LGBT rights
The US Supreme Court appears divided over whether a civil rights law barring workplace discrimination applies to gay and transgender workers.
Climate change: Emperor penguin 'needs greater protection'
The Antarctic icon could lose more than half its population by 2100, say scientists.
Australia bushfires: Dozens of houses destroyed or damaged
Up to 30 houses have been destroyed or seriously damaged in a bushfire in the Australian state of New South Wales.
Marvel Comics at 80: From bankruptcy threat to billions at the box office
Marvel is celebrating 80 years of making comics and its rise to one of Hollywood's biggest names.
Samuel Little: FBI confirms 'most prolific' US serial killer
Officials say Samuel Little's confessions to 93 murders across the US over 40 years are "credible".
Twitter 'inadvertently' used email addresses for ads
The company said it "cannot say with certainty" how many of its users were affected.
How 3D technology is capturing the world
From computer games to railway tracks, capturing 3D images in exquisite detail is now big business.
Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Jupiter had been the "moon king" for some 20 years.
Doch Chkae, the metal band born on a rubbish dump
It was the most powerful symbol of the poverty under which many lived in mid-2000s Cambodia: a vast rubbish dump on the outskirts of the capital.