At Least 86 Killed in Bombings in Turkey's Capital
At least 86 people were killed and another 186 wounded after two bombs exploded in Turkey's capital during a peace rally Saturday.
Would Rand Paul Pardon Edward Snowden?
Republican presidential candidate asked about former NSA worker.
Klay Thompson: I wanted to play Clips, 'they couldn't handle their business'
Warriors guard Klay Thompson opened up about an assessment of how lucky Golden State was in winning the 2015 championship -- specifically regarding comments made by Clippers coach Doc Rivers.
ANALYSIS: Why the House Speaker Drama Should Scare You
The unprecedented tumult sets up a scary period on Capitol Hill and well beyond.
'Lucky One' Who Survived School Shooting Describes Massacre
Matthew Downing was asked to deliver a package to law enforcement.
Jose Bautista critical of replay, while Jays question strike zone after Game 2
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista took aim at Major League Baseball's replay system Friday after a critical call that went against the Blue Jays.
Robbery may be motive in killings of strangers in San Francisco, Marin County
Authorities say now that they've linked the killings of two strangers in the Bay Area to the same suspected killers, they're now working to see if any other unsolved crimes can be linked to the three drifters.
Fleet Week festivities draw crowds, gridlock in San Francisco
Fleet Week is expected to attract more than a million people this weekend. Combine that with President Obama's visit to San Francisco and you have a recipe for gridlock.
President Obama arrives in San Francisco for DNC fundraisers
President Barack Obama arrived at San Francisco International Airport Friday evening for fundraising events including a Saturday concert with rapper Kanye West.
Pittsburg police search for suspect who shot at car, wounded driver
Pittsburg police are searching for a gunman who fired a shot into a car with a man and two children inside on Friday.
John Lackey outpitches Jon Lester as Cardinals cool off Cubs to open NLDS
John Lackey outpitched old teammate Jon Lester, and rookies Tommy Pham and Stephen Piscotty each homered late as the Cardinals cooled off the Cubs on Friday night in the NLDS opener.
Elderly woman fatally struck in Fremont
A vehicle struck and killed an elderly woman in Fremont Friday night. She was walking near Fremont Boulevard and Sundale Drive around 7:15 p.m. when it hit her.