Someone opened fire in a popular entertainment district in downtown Austin early Saturday, wounding 13 people, including two critically, before getting away, authorities said. (June 12)
Austin police have arrested one man in connection with an overnight shooting that injured 14 people, officials said.
Eriksen is awake at a hospital after receiving treatment on the field, and the game was completed after a delay. Follow updates here.
President Biden and his allies are expected to sign a declaration aimed at avoiding another devastating pandemic. Here’s the latest from the summit.
The police said a popular downtown area of Austin, Texas, was filled with people at the time of a shooting early Saturday that left 13 wounded.
Fortunately for Michael Packard, lobster divers are not on the menu for humpback whales.
The early-morning attack at a gay nightclub in Florida on June 12, 2016, left the LGBTQ community grieving and on edge during Pride celebrations.
People gathered at the site of the former nightclub on Saturday to honor both victims and survivors of the mass shooting that took 49 lives.
Eight people were shot in Savannah on Friday night, leaving a 20-year-old man dead, an 18-month old infant injured and two others critically injured.
A glutton for attention is yanked away from the buffet.
Thousands of protesters marched in Falmouth, England on Saturday to push world leaders to act on climate change. (June 12)
If we say Xi Jinping is committing genocide, can we do nothing?
Police were searching for two men who opened fire in a South Side Chicago neighborhood Saturday, killing one woman and injuring nine other people.
A sniffer dog being trained to detect coronavirus from human sweat samples at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, last month.
In mending rather than ending the rule, he might get us a little closer to a workable middle ground.
Today in History for June 12th
Authorities say Timothy J. Wall had mental health struggles before he walked into a Florida Publix and shot two people and then himself.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday met with French President Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of the G-7 Summit in Cornwall. The meeting came on the second day of the summit, being held in south western England, hosted by Britain. (June 12)
Actor Vin Diesel made a mark as the street racer patriarch in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, but the storyline starring his longstanding character will soon come to an end (12 June).
Two days after Myanmar’s military seized power in February, doctors at North Okkalapa General Hospital in Yangon wore red ribbons to signal their opposition to the coup.
A woman who was with Winston Smith, a Black man fatally shot by two deputies in Minneapolis earlier this month, said she never saw a gun on him.
In acquiring WarnerMedia, it believed pairing distribution with content was the key to the future. Apparently not.
Mike Wimmer, 12, decided he wanted to accelerate his education. So he set out and accomplished a goal: graduating from high school and college.
Mike Wimmer, 12, decided he wanted to accelerate his education. So he set out and accomplished graduating from high school and college this year.
Two people were in critical condition, but as of the news conference at 4 a.m. CT, no one had died, interim Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon said.
Stephen A. Schwarzman, Blackstone Group’s chief executive, with President Donald J. Trump in 2017.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, center, marching in Paris on Saturday.
The F.B.I. headquarters in Washington. The bureau has resources to recover stolen cryptocurrencies that are beyond the reach of most law enforcement agencies.
Maya Wiley has emerged as the leading candidate among the most left-leaning contenders in the New York City mayor’s race.
When restaurants closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the nationwide market for oysters cratered. That’s not the end of the story.
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.
Verda Tetteh, 17, was awarded the scholarship during the graduation ceremony at her Massachusetts high school. Moments later, she returned it and said it should go to a student who needed it more.
Dr. Janet Woodcock has been with the Food and Drug Administration since 1986 and is its acting commissioner.
U.S First Lady Jill Biden met on Sunday with members of the Bude Surf Veterans, a local volunteer group that assists United Kingdom military veterans, first responders, and their families. (June 12)
The Biden administration has vowed to institute protections for journalists in leak investigations, but has left many crucial questions unanswered.
Allen Nelson IV in his office at Perryville Second Baptist Church in Perryville, Ark., where he serves as pastor. Mr. Nelson is among those who think the Southern Baptist Convention has drifted too far to the left.
Director-producer Justin Lin says he wanted to "correct something that was very wrong" in the "Fast and Furious" movie franchise following the fan-led #JusticeForHan campaign (12 June).
Loving Day is celebrated on June 12, the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, a historic court decision that overturned bans on interracial marriages.
Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan demands the tearing down of the Berlin Wall; Civil rights activist Medgar Evers killed; O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole and Ronald Goldman murdered; Baseball Hall of Fame opens. (June 12)