Suspect Identified in Stabbings at Massachusetts Theater and McDonald’s

Suspect Identified in Stabbings at Massachusetts Theater and McDonald’s

Arraignment will be held Tuesday for a Massachusetts resident, after six people were stabbed in separate incidents.

Libertarians nominate Chase Oliver for President, Spurning Trump, Kennedy

Libertarians nominate Chase Oliver for President, Spurning Trump, Kennedy

The Libertarian Party on Sunday nominated Chase Oliver for president.

Storms Kill at Least 21, Carve Path of Destruction in Multiple States

Storms Kill at Least 21, Carve Path of Destruction in Multiple States

Severe storms killed at least 18 people, injured hundreds and left a trail of destruction across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

‘Furiosa,’ ‘Garfield’ Lead Sluggish Memorial Day Box Office

‘Furiosa,’ ‘Garfield’ Lead Sluggish Memorial Day Box Office

Neither “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” or “The Garfield Movie” could save Memorial Day weekend at theaters, as the box office heads toward a two-decade low.

Rare Blue-Eyed Cicada Makes Appearance at Arboretum Near Chicago

Rare Blue-Eyed Cicada Makes Appearance at Arboretum Near Chicago

Kate Myroup, senior horticulturist at The Morton Arboretum, arrived Friday with a special guest: a rare, blue-eyed female Magicicada cassini cicada, spotted earlier in the day by a visitor.

What’s Open, What’s Closed on Memorial Day

What’s Open, What’s Closed on Memorial Day

Memorial Day officially became a federal holiday in 1971, observed on the final Monday in May.

Man Throws Flaming Liquid at Fellow Rider on New York City Subway

Man Throws Flaming Liquid at Fellow Rider on New York City Subway

A man set a cup of liquid on fire and tossed it at a fellow subway rider in New York City, setting the person’s shirt ablaze and injuring him.

HPV Vaccine Prevents Cancer in Men, Research Suggests

HPV Vaccine Prevents Cancer in Men, Research Suggests

New research suggests the HPV vaccine is preventing cancer in men as well as in women.

At Least 7 Dead After Tornadoes Sweep Through Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas

At Least 7 Dead After Tornadoes Sweep Through Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas

A tornado touched down and crossed an interstate in Texas late Saturday, causing damage and possible injuries.

Trump Encounters Frequent Jeers During Libertarian Convention Speech

Trump Encounters Frequent Jeers During Libertarian Convention Speech

Donald Trump was booed repeatedly Saturday while addressing the Libertarian Party National Convention.

Alec Baldwin's Involuntary Manslaughter Case Advances Toward Trial

Alec Baldwin's Involuntary Manslaughter Case Advances Toward Trial

A judge has rejected a request by Alec Baldwin to dismiss the criminal charge against him in a fatal shooting on the set of “Rust.”

Walmart Ends Credit Card Partnership With Capital One

Walmart Ends Credit Card Partnership With Capital One

Walmart and Capital One have ended a partnership that made the banking company the exclusive issuer of the retail chain’s consumer credit cards.

Record Set For Most Passengers Screened at US Airports, TSA Says

Record Set For Most Passengers Screened at US Airports, TSA Says

A record was set Friday for the number of travelers screened at U.S. airports, Transportation Security Administration said.

Biden’s Tells West Point Graduates They’re Tasked With Unprecedented Expectations

Biden’s Tells West Point Graduates They’re Tasked With Unprecedented Expectations

President Joe Biden on Saturday told graduates of U.S. Military Academy that they are being asked to tackle threats and preserve the nation’s ideals  “like none before.”

U.S. Resident Returning From Turks and Caicos, After Receiving Suspended Sentence in Ammunitions Case

U.S. Resident Returning From Turks and Caicos, After Receiving Suspended Sentence in Ammunitions Case

A U.S. resident arrested in Turks and Caicos Islands for illegally carrying ammunition received a suspended sentence Friday.