The authorities said the gunman was believed to have killed himself.
Katey Sagal is proud of her role in the new ABC series "Rebel." She plays an "age appropriate" legal activist without a law degree who is"still sexy and smart." (April 15)
Body camera footage showed that a Chicago officer fired a single shot into the boy’s chest after chasing him down a dark alley.
A candlelight vigil honoring the victims of a grocery store shooting in Boulder, Colo. last month. Ten people were killed.
Custom-made Landrover hearse for Prince Philip's funeral unveiled; Judge: R. Kelly to be moved to NYC for sex-trafficking trial; Bad Bunny, Karol G, Anitta among big winners at Latin AMAs. (April 16)
How long will it take to reach a verdict? Judge Peter Cahill has told jurors to "pack a bag" and "plan for long (deliberations) and hope for short."
Here's the latest for Friday April 16th: At least 8 killed in Indianapolis Fedex shooting; Former Minnesota officer has court appearance; Protests in Chicago after police video released; Japanese Prime Minister to meet with Biden.
In 1969, Desmond Dekker & The Aces scored a UK No.1 with "Israelites," as they boosted reggae music in Britain and the U.S.. (April 16)
The Florida Department of Education reviewed state data, not finding a correlation between mask mandates and COVID-19 in schools. Latest COVID news.
The trial of Derek Chauvin and the shootings of Adam Toledo and Daunte Wright have renewed the spotlight on the inadequate nature of police training.
With help from Google and PayPal, XVideos lets people leer at the worst moment in a child’s life.
If approved, Texas would become the largest of roughly 20 states that already allow handgun owners to carry their weapons in public without a permit.
Pfizer’s chief executive said that a third dose was “likely” to be needed within a year of the initial two doses. Here’s the latest on Covid-19.
The psychologist Alison Gopnik and Ezra Klein discuss what children can teach adults about learning, consciousness and play.
Amber Drummond, a security guard at a homeless shelter in Queens, also lives in a shelter because, she says, she has been unable to find housing she can afford.
Akanksha Chadda and her husband, Ashish Anand, with their children, Rehan, 8, and Gunika, 4, at home in Noida, India. The family is struggling to stay afloat after the pandemic left the couple without jobs.
One of the first places to open its doors to migrant children was the San Diego Convention Center.
At least eight people were shot and killed at a FedEx facility near Indianapolis International Airport late Thursday, authorities said.
Eight people were killed and multiple injured in a mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.
At least eight people were killed in a shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. The suspected gunman has died, police say. Here's what we know.
A new book about the Pech Valley in Afghanistan’s violent east offers poignant lessons as the Biden administration announces plans to withdraw all troops.
Outside a Gucci shop in Beijing. China is trying to get its consumers to return to their prepandemic spending.
He nearly died in the Rio Grande while traveling to the U.S. as an unaccompanied minor. Now he has a good job and a green card and speaks English.
The stars of new thriller series "Cruel Summer," Olivia Holt and Chiara Aurelia, discuss the show's twisty narrative and '90s style. (April 16)
Daunte Wright's mother, Katie, asked for "a hundred percent accountability" for the officer that shot her 20-year-old son.
Salvage workers in action in the aftermath of a deadly train crash at a tunnel north of Hualien County, eastern Taiwan, on April 6.
Carrie Underwood and DavidBisbal team up for the Latin AMA event in Miami - while Anitta, Ziggy Marley and Pisco 21 get used to playing live again, after lockdown. (April 16)
The men and women who went to work and war during World War II were backed by the care economy — we need one too.
Stars Anitta, Yendry, Dascha Polanco and Ziggy Marley discuss the importance of diversity and representation on the Latin AMA red carpet. (April 16)
Jimmy Lai, 73, the founder of Apple Daily, an aggressively pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaper, was sentenced on Friday to 12 months in prison.
Eight people were killed at a FedEx warehouse, the police said.
Connecticut residents waiting to receive a vaccine in Stamford last month.
Francis Portillo traveled alone from Honduras to the U.S.-Mexico border as a 14-year-old in 2010. Today, he speaks English and works in construction.
Despite the stresses of the pandemic, Liz Halfhill and her 11-year-old son, Max, said they still remained close.
Eight people were shot and killed in a late-night shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, and the shooter has killed himself, police said. Multiple other people were injured Thursday night. (April 16)
A memorial for Adam Toledo in the neighborhood of Little Village in Chicago on Thursday.
President Biden campaigning for the Democratic Senate candidates early this year in Atlanta. Georgia was one of several states where Run for Something, a progressive group, conducted a study on down-ballot candidates.
The mayor appealed for calm as the city released body camera videos of last month's fatal shooting of Adam Toledo, 13, by a Chicago police officer.
Highlights of this day in history: Virginia Tech shooting kills 32 students and faculty; Country's deadliest industrial accident in Texas; Vladimir Lenin returns to Russia after years of exile; Charlie Chaplin born; Prince Andrew and Duchess of York announce divorce; Rolling Stone release debut album; Michael Jordan plays last NBA game. (April 16)