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A parent held a 70-year-old teacher hostage for several hours at his daughter's Southern California elementary school. The teacher was unharmed.
Sayfullo Saipov, 29, was shot in the abdomen after he rammed a pickup truck into cyclists and pedestrians on a bicycle path. New York Mayor Bill De Blasio said it was "a cowardly act if terror."
The lower house of Congress has passed a bill that would require municipal governments to regulate ride-sharing apps.
President Moon Jae-in and Xi will talk on the sidelines of an annual regional forum in Vietnam next week.
Holocaust survivors will tell their stories through holographic images that invite the audience to ask questions, creating what feels like a live conversation.
Coptic Christians make up about 10% of Egypt's population. Islamic extremists have targeted them on a number of occasions in recent years.
Trump and the White House have suggested that the real story of collusion with Russia is the sale of uranium to Moscow when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
The Taliban killed 13 police in an attack on a checkpoint early Sunday in the northern Kunduz province.
The Cabinet action followed a recommendation by Security Minister Mohamed Abukar Islow. It came hours after the end of the attack on the Nasa-Hablod Hotel.
Doctors will perform multiple forensic analyses, including an exam of the 64-year-old's brain tissue to find any possible neurological problems.
Organisers say the march's goal is to defend Spain's unity and reject "an unprecedented attack in the history of democracy."
Lewis Hamilton will start from third at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez as he looks to clinch his fourth world title in Mexico City with two races to spare.
A glorious year for England youth football continues as the Under-17s fight back to overwhelm Spain in Kolkata.
Capt. Mohamed Hussein said the gunfire could still be heard inside the Nasa-Hablod hotel, which is close to the presidential palace and is frequented by politicians and other members of Mogadishu's elite.
Spain took formal direct control of Catalonia on Saturday, dismissing the region's defiant separatist government, including Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont.
Subaru will submit a report on the problem to the government. CEO Yasuyuki Yoshinaga said a domestic recall is likely, spanning the entire Subaru lineup totalling 255,000 vehicles.
Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava were just about out of food and beginning to believe they were completely out of luck when they finally saw it: a U.S. Navy ship chugging toward them.
Executives for the social media company said they will verify political ad buyers in federal elections, requiring them to reveal correct names and locations.
Mohamad Khweis found life in Syrian and Iraq distasteful and escaped after a few months. He surrendered in northern Iraq to Kurdish forces, who broadcast his capture around the world.
Spain took direct control of Catalonia on Saturday, firing the region's defiant separatist government a day after Catalan lawmakers passed a declaration of independence for the prosperous northeastern region.