Former investigators are pushing to reopen the probe into the 1996 crash of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of New York, saying new evidence points to the often-discounted theory that a missile strike may have downed the jumbo jet. (June 19)
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, June 19: Russians say arms reduction will have to involve more countries; FBI director urges caution on NSA program changes, HPV vaccine cut infection by half in teen girls and Heat wave in Alaska.
LeBron James saved a championship reign, canceled a celebration with his Game 6 performance. James, along with the rest of the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs practiced Wednesday ahead of Thursday's Game 7. (June 19)
A Milan court has convicted the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of tax evasion. They were given a one year and eight months suspended jail sentence and ordered to pay fines. (June 19)
Two children of the late singer Michael Jackson made their first appearance in the wrongful death trial against their father's concert promoter. (June 19)
A longtime beauty practice in the livestock industry gains Internet attention. So-called 'fluffy cows' are the rage out on the range. (June 19)
Massachusetts State Police returned to the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on Wednesday, two days after a body was found about a mile away. (June 19)
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it's moving closer to slowing its bond-buying program, but stressed that any end would be gradual and not based on specific triggers. (June 19)
President and CEO of The Associated Press, Gary Pruitt, says the Justice Department violated its own rules when it secretly seized AP phone records as part of a leak investigation. (June 19)
Traffic is moving again across the Interstate 5 Skagit River bridge in Mount Vernon, a key route in Washington between Seattle and Canada. (June 19)
A lawyer for one of the suspects in the so-called `modern slavery' case in Ashland, Ohio says the accused had given the woman a place to stay because she and her child were homeless. (June 19)
Meet Pepper, the latest attraction at the Werribee Open Range Zoo, near Melbourne. She's a Southern White Rhinoceros, only two weeks-old and weighs 185 pounds. (June 19)
The excavation of a rural field in suburban Detroit has failed to turn up the remains of former Teamsters union leader Jimmy Hoffa, the FBI announced Wednesday, adding another unsuccessful chapter to a nearly 40-year-old mystery. (June 19)
A man accused of kidnapping three women and holding them in his home and raping them over a decade was given a late summer trial date Wednesday. (June 19)
A car rocketing down an avenue in Manhattan's dense East Village swerved out of control, plowed down a sidewalk and smashed through a storefront flower stand Wednesday morning, injuring eight people. (June 19)
President Barack Obama is calling for a one-third reduction of the world's nuclear stockpiles. Speaking at Berlin's iconic Brandenburg Gate, he says he intends to seek negotiated cuts with Russia to move beyond a Cold War nuclear posture. ...
Fire authorities say eight people have been hurt, several of them seriously, after a car jumped a curb and slammed into a Manhattan store. Witnesses say the driver lost control about a block away and plowed through everything on the sidewal...
Trying to tamp down concerns about government over-reach, President Barack Obama on Wednesday defended U.S. internet and phone surveillance programs as narrowly targeted efforts that have saved lives and thwarted at least 50 terror threats....
Speaking at a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Obama said it's no surprise that there's friction in early efforts to launch peace talks between the Taliban and Afghanistan's government. (June 19)
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, June 19: Obama in Germany; Arizona wildfire; Massive protests in Brazil, Alaska heat wave.