Mayor: 10,000 Dead In Ukraine's Mariupol, And Toll Could Rise
The mayor also said 120,000 civilians are in dire need of food, water, warmth and communications.
China defends close approach to American warship in Taiwan Strait
China said it was responding to a provocation when one of its ships approached a patrol in international waters.
Indian rail official says error in signaling system led to crash
The signaling system caused a passenger train to move onto a different track, where it collided with a loaded cargo train.
India train crash kills over 280, injures 900 in major rail disaster
A railroad ministry spokesperson said one train derailed and then was hit by another train coming from the opposite direction.
Missing man's body recovered at Iowa apartment collapse site
Two other men — 51-year-old Ryan Hitchcock and 60-year-old Daniel Prien — are still unaccounted for.
Why is there controversy over mortgage fees?
Loan-level pricing adjustments are the government's way of raising prices for so-called "riskier" borrowers without putting a penalty on "safer" ones.
As sports betting grows, is the integrity of sports at risk?
Since 2018, billions of dollars in sports bets have been placed in 37 states following the Supreme Court's decision to legalize sports betting.