He says a US strike in Yemen killed Jamal al-Badawi, an al-Qaeda militant behind the deadly 2000 attack.
Inmate Lydell Black Spotted Horse left the Sioux Falls Community Work Center without authorization Jan. 6.
The woman says she fled her family and fears being killed if forced to return from Bangkok airport.
Franck Ribery posted three profane tweets after he was criticised for eating a gold-covered steak.
Premiership Rugby head Ian Ritchie says clubs will continue to look at scrapping promotion from and relegation to the Championship but there is no "war" with the RFU.
The makeshift mine collapsed trapping villagers seeking gold in north-eastern Badakhshan province.
The councillor for the harbour area says the port will not have the facilities for planned cargo freight.
The cavernous 18th century ice store has been rediscovered after decades.
Sumire Nakamura will be 10 when she enters the professional ranks of the complicated strategy game.
Johanna Konta retires from a Sydney International match with a neck injury but fellow Briton Heather Watson wins in Hobart to reach main draw.
It's Hollywood's first award ceremony of 2019. Will Lady Gaga shine and will Olivia Colman reign?
Newsbeat takes a look at why the UK's gaming industry is thriving and worth an estimated £3.86bn.
Police are given another 12 hours to question Lee Pomeroy's suspected killer and a woman.
The US president has heavily relied upon high-profile military men, but he has not got what he expected.
Australia face a final-day battle to save the final Test after being forced to follow on by India, who still lead by 316 runs in Sydney.
Stephen McCoy was on board the Boeing 737 that crashed on the M1 near Kegworth in 1989, killing 47.
A vote on whether to move three million people onto the new benefit system is pushed back.
Chief of staff Kevin Sweeney is the latest to leave the US defence department after Syria policy changes.
Two other officers and an onlooker were injured when the device exploded near capital Cairo.
Theresa May again urges MPs to back her deal - but a poll suggests only one in four voters backs it.