New Mining Law Might Violate UN's Outer Space Treaty

A new law in the U.S. allows space firms to sell resources mined in space, but it might be breaking an international treaty from the '60s.

Officer gunned down just before pro-Kurdish lawyer killed

Tahir Elci, the President of Diyarbakir Bar Association and prominent pro-Kurdish attorney, was shot and killed in the predominantly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir.

Three Dead After Shooting at Planned Parenthood

Colorado police arrested a suspect they say carried out a violent shooting spree, killing three, at a Planned Parenthood building in Colorado Springs on Friday. Photo: Reuters

Police find spiked baseball bats throughout San Francisco

San Francisco police ask for help in finding who is chaining spiked baseball bats to poles

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Mortar attack on UN base in north Mali kills 3, injures 20

UN mission says a mortar attack on a UN base in north Mali kills at least 3, injures 20

The Latest: Freezing rain, ice forecast in Oklahoma, Kansas

The Latest: Freezing rain, ice forecast in parts of Oklahoma, Kansas as storm leaves Texas

Getting through the holidays without going broke

The holidays can get expensive, but Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has some ways you can curb your spending.

Hamstrung by Congress, Obama tries to clinch climate pact

Hamstrung by Congress, GOP opposition, Obama heads to Paris to clinch global climate agreement

Black Friday store sales fall as Americans buy more online

Black Friday store sales fall as more Americans shift to online, smartphone shopping

Black Friday fizzles, Disney shares fall

Shares of Disney closed down roughly three percent on Friday. Retail names such as Macy's and Best Buy also took a hit. Leah Duncan reports.

In medical marijuana states, 'pot doctors' push boundaries

In medical marijuana states, 'pot doctors' push boundaries, face government sanctions

The Number Of Child Brides In Africa Could Reach 310 Million By 2050

UNICEF estimates current social norms and a booming population could cause the number of child brides in Africa to double.

Ben Carson meets with Syrian refugees in Jordan

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says he visited Syrian refugees in Jordan because he wanted "to see with my own eyes this great human tragedy."

No. 8 Howard clenched the victory over No. 9, 35-24

After a shaky first quarter, the Lions gained momentum and dominated the second half, advancing to the 4A championship game.

Denmark's Bang & Olufsen considering takeover bid

Danish hi-fi maker Bang & Olufsen in talks over possible takeover offer

Scans Suggest A Hidden Chamber In King Tut's Tomb

The Egyptian antiquities minister says archeologists are 90 percent positive about the hidden chamber and some believe Queen Nefertiti may be inside.

Trump: 'Second Amendment 100 percent'

Donald Trump touted his opposition to gun control, the day after a shooting rampage outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado killed three people.

A Bakery Specializing in Second Chances

Greyston Bakery in Yonkers, N.Y., makes brownies for Whole Foods and Ben & Jerry's and has an unusual open hiring policy. People are hired in the order they walk in the door, no questions asked. Photo/Video: Jennifer Weiss for The Wall Street Journal

The Latest: Planned Parenthood vows to reopen clinic soon

The Latest: Planned Parenthood vows to reopen clinic soon, 'square shoulders' and continue on

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UN: Maurice Strong, climate and development pioneer, dies

UN says Maurice Strong, who put climate, environment on the global agenda, dies at 86

Suspect in Colorado attack called loner who left few clues

Suspect in Planned Parenthood attack in Colorado called loner who left few clues about motive

Millions of spiders invade Memphis

A neighborhood in North memphis is completely overrun by a swarm of spiders. It's said to be millions of them. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Thousands cheer Trump at raucous rally in Florida

In 2 rivals' home state, Donald Trump draws large, raucous crowd to Sarasota, Florida, arena

The NSA Will Soon Stop Storing Your Phone Records

As of Sunday, phone companies will be storing your records instead of the NSA, but the agency can still request information.