The Rev. John Sanqiang Cao paid no more than three dollars for the trip that would end up costing him his freedom.
The parent of the only girl player in a youth baseball league in New Hampshire said he found out that two coaches talked about beaning his 11-year-old daughter in hopes to intimidate the girl so that she would stop playing, Fosters.com reported.
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face British lawmakers to explain her decision to launch airstrikes against Syria without a vote in Parliament.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry says its new ambassador to Jordan is starting his posting, ending a months-long spat between the two countries over a deadly embassy shooting.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority said it believes villagers poisoned eight lion cubs—11 lions in all– in retaliation for killing cattle near Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park, National Geographic reported.
An American pastor is going on trial in Turkey accused of ties to terror groups and spying, in a case that has strained ties between Turkey and the United States.
A woman is reportedly accusing R&B singer R. Kelly of giving her an STD during their eight-month relationship, a charge that the singer “categorically denies.”
An independent Pakistani watchdog says the country has failed to improve its human rights record over the past year.
Some of the survivors recovering in hospital rooms following the deadly April 6 crash of a Canadian hockey team’s bus welcomed a surprise visitor Friday night — the National Hockey League’s famed Stanley Cup trophy.
The U.S. Justice Department last week sent another round of letters to the so-called sanctuary cities of Seattle and Oakland, Calif., as well as the state of Vermont, demanding further proof that they are cooperating with federal immigration authorities.