Michelle Mayer, 39, forced her two children to perform sex acts and pose naked for photos.
During a phone call Tuesday both Trump and Putin agreed that an arms race will not be in the best interest of either nation.
A team of researchers have found that the Garbage patch in Pacific Ocean was four to 16 times larger than has been previously estimated.
YouTube surreptitiously changed its gun policy by restricting fire-arms related content on its website, which in turn has not gone down well with gun advocates.
Beijing might be gearing up to strike back with tariffs aimed at Trump’s support base, including taxes targeting U.S. agricultural exports.
A U.S. grand jury Wednesday charged Amor M. Ftouhi of Quebec with an additional terrorism charge for stabbing a uniformed police officer at Bishop International Airport.
Eurocopter 120 operated by Whitsunday Air Services was reportedly carrying five people including the pilot.
Gregory Salcido, who was elected Pico Rivera councilman in 2000, was fired from the post after the disparaging comments became public.
Israel justified the strike as an application of the "Begin Doctrine," which calls on the Jewish state to destroy any enemy’s nuclear capabilities.
A suicide car bomb went off outside Ali Abad hospital near Kabul University in Afghanistan leaving dozens of casualties in its wake.
The husband and son of a woman who was found with her legs decomposing in an apartment complex in Atlanta, Georgia, are facing felony charges of neglect.
John Oliver’s book about gay bunnies, superseded the sales of "Marlon Bundo's A Day in the Life of the Vice President" written by the vice president's daughter, Charlotte Pence.
The ads targeting H-1B visa holders, paid for by Progressives for Immigration Reform, have come up on the walls of San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations and trains.
The bill christened Kokito's Law, if passed by the Senate, will give pets traveling in planes the same rights as humans.
The Kushner family reportedly falsified documents to turn a profit on rent-regulated apartment buildings in the Queens borough's Astoria neighborhood, New York City.
Montreal-based entertainment group Cirque du Soleil was devastated by the loss of the performer who fell to the stage during a performance in Tampa, Florida.
Justin Blackman, was the only student from his school, Wilson Preparatory Academy in North Carolina, to participate in the National School Walkout.
Trump, who has time and again spoken against the spread of the opioid crisis, will propose a plan that will impose the death penalty on dealers.
Tahnee Gonzales and Elizabeth Dauenhauer recorded their disturbing trip to the mosque on Facebook live.
In one of the biggest crackdowns in the city, police arrested 14 men and 61 women, and seized HK$380,000 ($48,450) in cash.
A man reportedly pulled a knife out in the middle of the meeting that was called after students took part in National School Walkout in Rocky Point High School.
California State University campus police shot at the coyote but it managed to flee.
A school in India tried to shame some of its pupils by forcing them to sign a letter confessing that they were lesbian students.
Nobel Prize winner's wife who was reported missing Monday was found dead a day later near the Rockford Airport.
Sue Elcock, on vacation in Australia, reeled in a mammoth sea bass grouper that weighed about 130 pounds.
The seat was previously held by Rep. Tim Murphy since 2003. He was forced to resign in October, following allegations he pressured a woman, with whom he had an extramarital affair, to have an abortion.
The father of two was reportedly despondent over his impending divorce when he killed his family in an alleged murder-suicide in Pierce County.
His parents claim Fox News reached out to the family under false pretenses to support stories that Rich leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks.
Defense secretary James Mattis said "there are elements of the Taliban clearly interested in talking to the Afghan government," and seemed optimistic about the discussions for ceasefire.
Robert “Bob” Celeste, a member of the RSU 17 school board in Western Maine, denied the racist allegations leveled against him.