A second independent forensic investigation rejected on Tuesday the Mexican government's conclusion that 43 students who went missing in 2014 were incinerated at a garbage dump.
ROSEBERG, Oregon – Investigators on Saturday pieced together evidence on why a student at a college in Oregon went on a rampage that left nine people dead before committing suicide as police cornered him.
At least 10 people initially were reported killed and more than 20 wounded on Thursday in a shooting at a community college in the U.S. state of Oregon. The 20-year-old suspected gunman also was killed, a local sheriff said.
NOSARA, Guanacaste – Two South Carolina state legislators with ties to Nosara, on Costa Rica's north-central Pacific coast, were particularly hard hit by the shooting death of nine people in a Charleston, South Carolina, church late last Wednesday.
Wednesday night's shooting at historic Emanuel AME Church conjures the type of terror suffered by a previous generation. And it adds yet another page to the nation's long and halting racial narrative, which as often as not seems to leaven progress with pain.
"Several years ago, before receiving his pilot's license, the co-pilot was in psychological treatment for a longer period for observable suicidal tendencies," Dusseldorf prosecutors, who are leading the German investigation, said Monday.
Experts agree there are numerous reasons people take their own lives. But what about a suicidal pilot who takes a plane full of passengers with him?
Mexican authorities to confirm if missing students among the dead in a recently discovered mass grave
IGUALA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA, Mexico – More bodies were pulled out of a mass grave in southern Mexico Sunday as authorities worked to determine if 43 students who vanished after a police shooting were among the dead.
U.S. Army Specialist Iván López, the soldier suspected in a deadly shooting rampage at Fort Hood, is a father of four children and a former police officer who served 10 years on the force in his native Puerto Rico before taking leave to join the Army.
ACAPULCO, Mexico – Authorities have dug up 12 bodies in two clandestine graves in Mexico's southwestern Guerrero state, a region plagued by drug violence, authorities said Monday.