House Hitler was born in to become a police station

TomAF/iStock(BERLIN) — Austrian officials announced Tuesday that the home Adolf Hitler was born in will be turned into a police station. The decision follows a lengthy legal battle between the Austrian government and...

Two US service members killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

guvendemir/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- Two U.S. service members were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Wednesday. U.S. military officials said it did not appear that the helicopter went down as a result of enemy...

Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation

DNY59/iStock(STOCKHOLM) -- Sweden has dropped a rape investigation involving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Officials said the evidence against Assange has weakened due to the long...

Taliban releases two hostages, including an American, in prisoner exchange

KeithBinns/iStock(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- The Taliban announced on Tuesday it has released two professors from the American University of Afghanistan who were held hostage by the group since 2016. American Kevin King and...

Dog found in Bahamas rubble 3 weeks after Hurricane Dorian is adopted by Florida family

Chase Scott/Big Dog Rescue(NEW YORK) --  Miracle, the puppy that was rescued in the Bahamas after surviving more than three weeks under debris from Hurricane Dorian, has a new family just in time for the holidays. ...

Tense standoff: Hong Kong Polytechnic University becomes center of police protesters' battle

LewisTsePuiLung/iStock(HONG KONG) -- Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University has become the front line of a fight between protesters and authorities. Violence broke out on Sunday and turned into a tense standoff on Monday....

North Korea hits back at Trump implying another summit

ABC News(SEOUL, South Korea) -- Pyongyang hit back hard in response to President Donald Trump's recent tweet suggesting another summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. North Korea is no longer interested in holding...

Six arrested over US teacher found bound, murdered in Dominican Republic

Courtesy Adrianne Machina(SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic) -- Authorities in the Dominican Republic have arrested six people in connection with the death of an American teacher who was found dead in her home there last...

Protests in Hong Kong intensify with explosions, Molotov cocktails at Polytechnic University

iStock(HONG KONG) -- Protests in Hong Kong have intensified with live bullets and explosions as police seek to end the standoff at Polytechnic University. The police have surrounded the university in what is the one of...

Prince Andrew says in BBC interview 'nothing' happened between him and Virginia Giuffre

iStock(LONDON) -- Prince Andrew, the third child of Queen Elizabeth, in a high-stakes interview with the British Broadcasting Corp. categorically denied allegations he had sex on multiple occasions with an American...

Paris yellow vest protests turn violent with police as movement turns 1

omersukrugoksu/iStock(PARIS) -- French police fired water cannons and tear gas in Paris on Saturday to drive back protesters marking the first anniversary of the anti-government yellow vest demonstrations. Demonstrators,...

After North Korean defector and her son die, a spotlight on their hardships in freedom

Juanmonino/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Kim Eunju escaped North Korea in 2005, disillusioned with the communist regime. She still vividly remembers that night when uniformed officers raided her home in Chongjin, Hamgyeongbuk-do,...

Hillary Clinton meets Duchess Meghan, Archie in Windsor

NataliaCatalina/iStock(LONDON) -- Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, had a chance to thank Hillary Clinton for the supportive comments she's made about her recently. The duchess and the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate...

$20M set aside for Venice flooding, state of emergency declared

mammuth/iStock(ROME) -- Italy's government declared a state of emergency on Thursday after floodwaters ravaged Venice, causing inestimable damage to the centuries-old city. Twenty million euros (approximately $22 million,...

North Korea calls Biden a 'rabid dog' after campaign ad implies Kim's a 'tyrant'

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- After a campaign ad for Former Vice President Joe Biden implied Kim Jong Un was a "tyrant," North Korean state media responded on Thursday by blasting the 2020 Democratic candidate. The commentary...

Australia’s Melbourne Zoo welcomes first baby koala in eight years

nattanan726/iStock(MELBOURNE, Australia) -- The first koala to be born at Australia’s Melbourne Zoo in more than eight years has just started to peek out from its mother's pouch -- and the footage captured by...

Plans for Notre Dame spire reconstruction cause a fight among officials

Erika Parfenova/iStock(PARIS) -- The debate over the reconstruction of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris continues. Since the April fire that burnt down the roof of Paris' most beloved cathedral, causing the collapse of...

Cirque du Soleil founder detained for growing cannabis on private island

Yarygin/iStock(LONDON) — Canadian billionaire Guy Laliberte, co-founder of global circus company Cirque du Soleil, is being investigated for growing cannabis on his private island in French Polynesia. Laliberte, 60,...

Could court case unlock the mystery of Dubai’s missing princesses Latifa and Shamsa?

MBPROJEKT_Maciej_Bledowski/iStock(LONDON) — To the outside world, Princess Latifa of Dubai appeared to live a life of unbridled luxury. Whether it was skydiving over one of the world’s most scenic deserts or...

American teacher found dead in apartment after apparent robbery in Dominican Republic: Police

naruedom/iStock(CABARETE, Dominican Republic) -- An American teacher was found dead inside her apartment in the Dominican Republic following what appeared to be a robbery, local police said. Patricia Ann Anton, 63, had...

Two-vehicle crash slows traffic in Grand Island

Two-vehicle crash slows traffic in Grand Island

Preferred Popcorn, Valmont Named 2019 Manufacturers of the Year

Preferred Popcorn, Valmont Named 2019 Manufacturers of the Year

Longtime GISH Volleyball Coach Bill Root to Retire from Coaching

Longtime GISH Volleyball Coach Bill Root to Retire from Coaching

Doane University's CAPE program works to prevent sexual assault

Doane University's CAPE program works to prevent sexual assault

GI Public Schools looking at Shopko building for new preschool

GI Public Schools looking at Shopko building for new preschool

Back at 100% after hip surgery, Lauren Meyer inks with South Dakota track and field

Back at 100% after hip surgery, Lauren Meyer inks with South Dakota track and field

Longtime GISH Volleyball Coach Bill Root to Retire from Coaching

Longtime GISH Volleyball Coach Bill Root to Retire from Coaching

St. Francis eliminates Sacred Heart for second-straight season

St. Francis eliminates Sacred Heart for second-straight season

Columbus Unified Bowling Prepares For First Meet

Columbus Unified Bowling Prepares For First Meet

News Channel Nebraska to Broadcast Six-Man Football State Championship

News Channel Nebraska to Broadcast Six-Man Football State Championship