The British Columbia native was found guilty of murdering six women but later confessed that his record was much closer to 50.
Mexican police are on the hunt for Cesar Lopez Arciniega, the prime suspect of a gruesome murder case in Taxco that involved cooking human body parts.
Pope Francis jokes that gossiping nuns are 'terrorists' during visit to the Church of the Nazarenas in Lima, Peru.
Emanuel Zayas suffered fro rare bone disorder polyostotic fibrous dysplasia. He died after treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Lenin Moreno appears to be losing patience with Wikileaks founder who has been holed up in London embassy since 2012.
The woman, who has not been identified yet, plunged "several decks below", Carnival Cruise Line spokesman Vance Gulliksen said.
Tide pods are made of dangerous chemicals and should not be consumed. Here are a few of the ingredients.
A major police operation is underway in St James parish following a spate of murders. British tourists have been urged to remain in their hotels.
Hundreds of Haitian immigrants marched on New York on Friday to against comments allegedly made by President Trump in which he referred to their homeland as a "s**thole".
A baby was killed and more than a dozen people were injured after a car rammed through pedestrians near Copacabana beach in Brazil.
Pope Francis conducted an impromptu wedding of a couple of flight attendants aboard the papal plane as he traveled from Santiago to Iquique, Chile.
Authorities in Canada said that a woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter after a Facebook post showed her wearing a belt that police think was the murder weapon.
Family members told Canadian media that a Nova Scotia funeral home twice brought out the wrong body before admitting that their loved one had mistakenly been cremated.
No More Deaths report accuse patrol agents of sabotaging thousands of gallons of water left on trail for those crossing border.
Academia Bautista de Puerto Nuevo, in San Juan, posted a video on Facebook showing pupils and staff alike jumping and shouting with joy after the lights finally came back on.
At 180 kg and four metre in length, the tail reportedly belonged to a 17 metre long, 22 tonne sauropod of the Atlasaurus imelakei species.