The Latest on Prime Minister Theresa May's keynote speech to her Conservative Party base (all times local): 12 p.m. British Prime Minister Theresa May has apologized to Conservatives for the party's poor election result, saying it was "too scripted" and "too presidential."
An Oklahoma prosecutor says an 18-year-old man charged in the stabbing deaths of his parents, two brothers and a sister refuses to fully participate in a mental health exam.
British scientists claim to have pinpointed at least one of the causes of your bad moods: your smartphone.
Some people fear we humans are nothing more than pickled brains floating in a glass bowl as we're fed a false version of reality through a bundle of wires.
A semi-official news agency in Iran that is close to the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard is reporting that a member of the country's nuclear negotiation team has received a five-year prison sentence on espionage charges.
Is the beloved holiday-themed ride going away?
A Jordanian official says a motorcycle exploded in front of the Jordanian Embassy's military office in Paris and that it is unclear whether anyone was hurt.
The Netherlands' junior justice minister is to become the country's new defense minister after the resignation of Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, who quit following a highly critical report into the deaths of two Dutch peacekeepers during a training exercise in 2016.