Australian archbishop guilty of covering up sex child abuse
An Australian archbishop is facing up to two years in prison after being convicted of concealing child sex abuse by a fellow priest in the 1970s.
5 things for May 22: Trump & Justice Dept., North Korea, Sweden, Texas shooting
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.
Betsy DeVos will likely face school shooting questions in Capitol Hill return
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is set to testify before Congress on Tuesday, and will likely face questions from lawmakers about school safety in the wake of another deadly shooting.
How businesses are really spending their tax cuts
President Trump's tax law was hoped to drive a surge of spending by Corporate America on job-creating investments. However, the promised investment boom has not materialized -- not yet anyway.
On latest immigration fight, moderates use conservative playbook
After years of negotiations, closed-door meetings and private lobbying, a group of moderate House Republicans -- many of whom are facing the re-election campaigns of their political careers -- want an immigration vote and they're defying leadership in a way they've never done before.
What to know about Tuesday night's elections
Another Tuesday brings the next slate of compelling midterm primaries across the country.
Red Bull's Verstappen & Ricciardo crash again ... towing caravans
Red Bull duo Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen have been no strangers to big collisions in 2018. This time they've taken to the track equipped with ... caravans.
Japanese climber Nobukazu Kuriki dies on eighth Everest attempt
A Japanese climber who lost nearly all his fingers on Everest has died on his eighth attempt to summit the mountain.
Astronomical Champions League final costs 'a tax on passion & loyalty'
Liverpool and Real Madrid fans are complaining of being priced out of Saturday's Champions League final in Kiev.
15 biggest cruise ships in the world
Symphony of the Seas smashed yet another cruise industry size record when it launched in 2018. It joins a global fleet of increasingly huge ships that are floating cities. Here are the 15 biggest cruise ships in the world.
Trump move to defund Planned Parenthood fulfills a promise -- and promises a battle
Before the Trump administration even announced a new rule to stop Title X-funded health centers from providing abortions, the responses poured in.
China cuts car tariffs; Zuckerberg in Brussels; Italy's new candidate
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
In Budapest, a railway run by children
There are faster railways than the Gyermekvasút to get around in Hungary, but they aren't as precious as this service in Budapest that's staffed by children. Find out how this communist-era holdover operates.
New top global retail destination revealed for 2018
A 2018 retail report has placed a new city as the top location for international brand presence.
'Irish abortions happen; they just don't happen on Irish soil'
Each year, thousands of Irish women travel to the UK for an abortion. Come May 25, that could change, as Ireland holds a referendum on whether to legalize abortion for the first time.
Moon heads to US amid fears for Trump-Kim summit
South Korean President Moon Jae-In heads to Washington on Monday to do what he can to shore up plans for a US-North Korea summit that seems to be on shaky ground.
Mario Batali's company to cut all ties with him after allegations lead to police investigation
Mario Batali's own restaurant group has decided to end its partnership with him, after allegations of sexual misconduct against the celebrity chef led to a police investigation.
Kilauea's eruption is disrupting island life with no end in sight
Between the flowing lava and toxic gas that are forcing evacuations, the Kilauea eruption feels like a never-ending emergency for the people who live in the Puna district on Hawaii's big island.
How Michael Jackson's tilt defied gravity
One of Michael Jackson's most spectacular dance moves is not biomechanically feasible without the special prop he invented, say neurosurgeons.
Do kids need a different kind of sunscreen?
A busy sunscreen aisle can leave parents confused about which lotions, sticks or sprays to buy for their kids.
Manchester bombing: Ariana Grande marks anniversary with message to city
Ariana Grande paid tribute to the city of Manchester on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the terror attack that killed 22 people attending her concert.
Why spring is the best time to visit Paris
Paris is great in any season, but spring shows it in its best light. Find out what the French already know.
Heatwave kills at least 65 in Pakistan
Hotter than average temperatures have killed at least 65 people in just three days in Karachi, Pakistan.
Pence: North Korea will end like Libya only if 'Kim Jong Un doesn't make a deal'
US Vice President Mike Pence warned North Korea that it could end up like Libya if it fails to make a nuclear deal with Washington.
Hawaii lava finally reaches the Pacific -- only to create another deadly danger
First it was catastrophic lava. Then it was sulfur dioxide. Now Big Island residents have yet another danger to worry about.
NYPD warns of toxic batch of fake weed K2 after overdoses
The New York City Police Department is warning Brooklyn residents about a "particularly toxic" batch of synthetic marijuana known as K2 that has caused nearly 50 overdoses since Friday.
Sweden to send war pamphlet to 4.8 million households
It's hard to predict when war will break out, but Sweden wants to make sure that it's populace is always prepared for the worst.
To experts, North Korea dismantling nuclear site is like destroying evidence
Cheryl Rofer is a chemist who spent 35 years working on environmental cleanups everywhere from Estonia to Kazakhstan, disassembling and decommissioning nuclear weapons, and overseeing the destruction of chemical weapons.
Trump's norm-breaking is leading to a constitutional fight
Donald Trump won the White House by flouting political norms and is determined to break the mold of the presidency.
These are the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting
The victims include two teachers and eight students, authorities say.