About 1,200 people working security at the Pyeongchang Olympics are being kept in their rooms while they're tested for norovirus.
The unique rules for figure-skating judges make suspect scoring inevitable, and statistics suggest judges give higher marks to skaters from their own countries.
Hong Kong's highest court has overturned prison sentences for three young pro-democracy activists convicted for their roles in the "Umbrella Movement" protests.
Feb. 5, 2018, marked the day the Berlin Wall was down for longer than it was up. NBC News' Bill Neely reported for Britain's ITN in 1989.
Police were called to the Foxborough home of New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski on Monday night to investigate a burglary, according to multiple reports.
Shares are tumbling in Asia after a wild day for U.S. markets that resulted in the biggest drop in the Dow Jones industrial average in six and a half years.
Esmond Bradley Martin's dogged investigations of the elephant ivory and rhino horn trades were seen as critical in efforts to protect the threatened species.
The man whose then-wife had an affair with Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has been subpoenaed to testify before a St. Louis grand jury, the man's attorney said Monday.
The next short-term government funding bill is set to run out Feb. 8 and Congress is poised to pass a fifth stop-gap bill to keep the lights on.
Mahoney specialized in playing plain-spoken blue-collar Americans, belying his background as a classically trained Englishman.