The Mass will be led by Michel Aupetit, the archbishop of Paris.
A three-judge panel on Tuesday overturned the convictions of five Sacramento men who were found with marijuana in their cells.
More than 40% of Greenland experienced melting Thursday, losing more than 2 billion tons of ice.
The first Democratic debate will be held in Miami.
The infant died Friday due to a severe brain injury, Julie Contreras said.
Joe Biden jumped into the debate over corporate taxes with a jab at Amazon on Thursday, and Amazon jabbed back.
Today is Flag Day, an annual celebration held on June 14 of America's flag.
They all appeared in court Thursday in Santo Domingo.
The Willis Tower said no one was in any danger, as the protective layer did what it was supposed to do.
Tesla hosted its annual shareholder meeting Tuesday.
Lawmakers have proposed plans to designate the nightclub a national memorial.
The move to shutdown Khartoum -- a city of some two million people -- came as four more people were reported to have been killed.
Almost 300,000 people are set to be evacuated to 700 shelter homes, a spokesperson for India's Home Ministry said Wednesday.
Eddy Vladimir Féliz Garcia was held by police in connection with the shooting of Ortiz at a nightclub Sunday night.
Based on current conditions, some scientists think that the Gulf of Mexico will experience the second-largest dead zone on record in July.
A helicopter crash-landed on the roof of a midtown Manhattan building Monday.
American Airlines now won't use its fleet of Boeing 737 Max planes any time this summer.
Using duct tape and mailbox letters, he decorated the tailgate of his 1991 Chevrolet Silverado with a rainbow pride flag and a message.
Plants on islands, in the tropics and in Mediterranean climates had the highest rates of plant extinction.
The earthquake, measuring 3.1 miles in depth, was reported just before 11 a.m.
Customers will be able to order groceries online, and then a Walmart worker will deliver the food.
Job cuts have been on the rise, according to the outplacement firm Challenger Gray & Christmas.
Barack and Michelle Obama's production company will start working with Spotify to produce podcasts.
Jeffco School District in Colorado is asking the community for their opinion.
The suspect was taken into custody Thursday.
One US Military Academy cadet died Thursday in a vehicle accident near an academy training site.
Court papers say Harrell strongly smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot, watery eyes.
Rice, along with thousands of others, was in Normandy to mark the anniversary of the June 6 D-Day military operations.
What if you commanded Amazon's voice assistant to buy movie tickets, and it asked if you also want a restaurant reservation before the show?
Downey announced the launch of an organization that would use robots and advanced technology to combat climate change.
Carnival Cruise Lines has once again found itself in troubled waters.
The Indian Air Force said it has not been able to locate the Antonov AN-32.
The popular show's 25th anniversary is coming up.
CVS really wants people to think of it as a one-stop destination for all their health needs.
The deaths of an American couple who became ill while vacationing in Fiji late last month are being investigated by health officials.
Bad luck continues on the set of the latest James Bond film.
At least four people were killed and one injured in a mass shooting in Darwin, northern Australia.
Eduardo Posso was supposed to be living in Florida with his sister, father and stepmother and attending school.
Starting Monday, the offer is available "coast to coast" in the United States with no minimum purchase.
The future predicted by the report is one of potential global catastrophe.
Apple announced Monday that iTunes will be replaced by a trio of desktop apps called Music, TV and Podcasts.
Jay-Z once rapped "I'm not a businessman, I'm a business, man." Turns out he was right.
Coffee lovers might be able to breathe a sigh of relief.
Dow futures were 155 points lower Monday as Wall Street braced for the fallout of worsening global trade tensions.
Ryan Cox sacrificed himself to help save others.
All but one of the 12 people killed in Friday afternoon's shooting were employees of the city of Virginia Beach, City Manager Dave Hansen said at a news conference Saturday morning.
The suspect is 40-year-old DeWayne Craddock, who worked as a certified professional engineer for the city of Virginia Beach in the Public Utilities Department.
An outfielder and first baseman, Buckner played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Chicago Cubs, the Boston Red Sox, the California Angels and the Kansas City Royals.
Disney is going to pick up the tab for workers who attend the University of Central Florida.
Five former Catholic priests have been charged in Michigan with criminal sexual conduct or rape.
Kayla said her dad's been in the Army since she was in the second grade and has been gone a lot.
A Hawaii woman has been found alive in a forest on Maui island after going missing more than two weeks ago.
Emma, a healthy Shih Tzu mix, was euthanized to fulfill her late owner's dying wish that the dog be put down -- and then laid to rest with her.
Whatever it is, you can definitely wine about it today.
The news was announced Friday on NBC's "Today" by "Voice" host Carson Daly.
Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds will be banned in England from April 2020 as part of plans designed to drastically reduce plastic waste.
Your diet may have more impact on your cancer risk than you might think, a new study has found.
Richard Phillips spent more time behind bars than any other wrongfully imprisoned person in America.
Celebration and pride turned into tragedy for a small city in Alabama after gunfire erupted during a high school graduation party.
Artist David Best built the Temple of Time in an empty lot just minutes away from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
A restaurant diner who ordered a nice bottle of red wine to go with their dinner got something a bit fancier than they were expecting.
For those who know how to curate the perfect Instagram feed and write a killer tweet, a career opportunity has come up in the royal communications team.
Sarah Moreno has given out more than 50 care packages to kids.
Boeing says it has finished the development of a software fix to its troubled 737 Max, in a statement released Thursday.
The nonprofit group that administers the SAT will assign an adversity score to each student who takes the test to reflect their social and economic backgrounds.
Elon Musk's rocket company will try to deliver a batch of 60 satellites into low-Earth orbit on Wednesday.
A wave of disintermediation has squeezed margins in many sales and advisory professions. Real estate agents have been a puzzling exception to that trend - but that may come to an end.
Six people are dead after two floatplanes carrying cruise ship passengers collided in flight near Ketchikan, Alaska, on Monday, the US Coast Guard said.
Nearly two-thirds of all sunscreens evaluated by the Environmental Working Group would not pass safety tests proposed by the US Food and Drug Administration, the consumer advocacy group announced...
Actor and comedian Tim Conway, best known for his work on "The Carol Burnett Show," died on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles.
In the episode "Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone," the title character's third grade teacher marries another male character.
Election and voter registration materials in 32 of Florida's counties were only printed in English. A federal judge wants to change that.
Wayne Arthur Silsbee was wanted by the FBI for "multiple incidents of sexual assault" between September 1995 and April 1996 involving girls between 8 and 10 years old.
A Florida woman was arrested last week on felony neglect charges after police said her five children were living in filthy conditions, including a girl whose backpack allegedly had bugs crawl out of it at school.
The ambush-style attack happened around 3 p.m. on Thursday
If you get a call from an unknown number that rings once and hangs up, don't call back.
BBC radio broadcaster Danny Baker has been fired after posting a racist tweet about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new baby.
The administration is already moving ahead with plans to hike existing tariffs starting Friday on industrial components and other goods
An altercation erupted into gunfire at a bar inside a mall in Fort Lauderdale
Kim Kardashian West is staying true to her pledge to fight for prison reform.
After a classmate pulled out a gun in class, Kendrick Castillo couldn't just stay still.
The investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz's conduct has advanced to a grievance committee
Disney announced on Tuesday that it is producing three more "Star Wars" films
The FBI's relationship with Silicon Valley is changing.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday signed a bill that would ban abortions if a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
New research suggests that climate change is aiding the spread of this highly destructive plant infection.
The Boston Red Sox's manager plans to skip his team's visit to the White House this week to celebrate their World Series win.
"Game of Thrones" viewers noticed a coffee cup that was left on the set of Sunday night's episode.
A new statement from Boeing indicates that the aerospace manufacturer knew about a problem with the 737 Max aircraft well before the deadly October 2018 Lion Air crash, but decided not to do anything about it.
President Donald Trump sent shivers through global markets on Monday.
You know the old saying, "There's no such thing as a stupid question?"
Bummed that "Game of Thrones" is coming to an end? Don't be.
He may have been first, but Maximum Security didn't win, after all.
When celebrating the Cinco de Mayo holiday, would you like a more authentic Mexican experience than simply ordering a margarita and chips and salsa at the local sports bar?
More than 2 million pounds of frozen entrees have been recalled due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen.
A search is underway for two men after their helicopter crashed Saturday in Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, the US Coast Guard and local officials said.
When Luke Perry was laid to rest in Tennessee last month, he was buried in a mushroom suit, according to his daughter, Sophie Perry.
The US job market is about as good as it gets. How much longer can that last?
The 'daith' piercing passes through the ear's innermost cartilage fold and is a growing trendy treatment for people with migraines.
Researchers in the UK have found traces of illicit drugs, pharmaceuticals and pesticides in samples of freshwater shrimp.
Two other people are being treated for life-threatening injuries, and two more people have non-life threatening injuries, the agency said.
At least three people were shot Tuesday and one person was in custody after an incident on the campus of the the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
A new study finds that drinking tap water in California over the course of a lifetime could increase the risk of cancer.
The director, who had been in a coma since suffering the stroke on April 17, died Monday.
A new study suggests that children can be reliably diagnosed with autism at an age earlier than what is currently recommended.
Money is slowly trickling into a Michigan police station after a man accidentally spilled $30,000 onto a highway.
The Avengers assembled the biggest box office in film history, far surpassing multiple records on the books.
When a gunman opened fire in a synagogue in California, killing one and injuring three others, Lori Kaye jumped between the shooter and the rabbi.
Ten civilians, including six kids, are dead along with six suspected terrorists after a shootout between police and alleged militants in eastern Sri Lanka late Friday
The chicken restaurant bent its rules to help a very sick boy.
President Donald Trump weighed in on the recent measles outbreak in the United States.
"Avengers: Endgame" made $60 million at the domestic box office for its preview showings on Thursday night
Zoo Miami is celebrating the birth of its newest addition: a rare baby rhino.
The body of a 5-year-old boy reported as missing last week was found wrapped in plastic in a shallow grave on Wednesday.
Joe Biden will announce his presidential campaign on Thursday with an online video, sources familiar with the plans confirm to CNN.
Some 360,000 children a year in three African countries will receive the world's first malaria vaccine as part of a large-scale pilot project.
She was using a new prescription toothpaste that contained a milk-derived protein.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced at an investor event Monday that he expects the company to operate robo-taxis next year.
Florida prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty against rapper YNW Melly in connection with the killing of two men.
In honor of Earth Day, the rapper/comedian has released a music video for his song "Earth."
Some elements of the government had known for weeks about warnings of a potential attack on churches and tourist destinations.
Two gorillas have been snapped apparently mimicking human behavior, in a remarkable selfie with a park ranger who helped rescue them as babies.
Church members on Sunday tackled a woman carrying a baby and handgun, as she threatened to blow up the church during Easter service, San Diego Police said.
The two men, aged 18 and 19, had previously been arrested under the terrorism act.
Medics said that the jolt of the pothole converted the patient's racing heart to normal rhythms.
By Chandrika Narayan, CNN Riot police unleashed tear gas at so-called yellow vest protesters in central Paris who marched Saturday for the 23rd consecutive weekend.
Four other people were injured in the attack Friday in the city of Minatitln.
George Zimmerman appears to be looking for a good time. Dating apps don't want any part of it.
Russian operatives used cryptocurrency at almost every stage in their online efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to the Mueller Report.
The death of Raniya, 10, will be attributed to natural causes in a report next week, and no criminal charges will be filed in the case.
America’s first female astronaut candidate, pilot Jerrie Cobb, who pushed for equality in space but never reached its heights, has died.
Paris prosecutors are investigating if an electrical short-circuit caused the fire that ripped through Notre Dame Cathedral.
The frantic hunt for a Florida teen described by authorities as "infatuated" with the Columbine massacre started after a series of red flags.
In the deepest chasms of the Indian Ocean, a mysterious new creature's been spotted, potentially for the first time.
Micah Herndon proved that you never give up, no matter what, when he crawled on his hands and knees to the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
A Florida jury on Tuesday found a man guilty of first-degree murder for dropping his 5-year-old daughter off a bridge four years ago.
Nearly eight years after shutting its doors following a bone-chilling 111-year legacy of abuse, Florida's Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys is still unearthing dark secrets.
The cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris is home to scores of priceless artifacts, artwork and relics collected over the centuries, each with their own story.
Researchers have 3D-printed a heart using a patient's cells, providing hope that the technique could be used to heal hearts or engineer new ones for transplants.
By early Tuesday morning, officials said the fire was under control and several invaluable artifacts had been rescued from the burning cathedral.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld announced Monday he is officially entering the race for president.
The bike allows Cole to have more freedom.
A tornado ripped through Franklin, Texas, on Saturday, as the National Weather Service in the state posted one tornado warning after another.
Police in Phoenix are investigating the death of a 1-year-old girl who was abused by her mother’s boyfriend while the mother was getting one of her kids medication.
After years of development in the desert north of Los Angeles, a gigantic, six-engined megajet with the wingspan of an American football field flew Saturday morning.
Police said the child's injuries were life-threatening.
The first trailer from the final installment of Skywalker Saga of Star Wars was released Friday.
Pope Benedict XVI has broken his silence in a rare essay on the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church.
Lawyers for New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft filed a second amended motion in court Wednesday to stop the public release of video evidence.
When the store owner asked why he was stealing the merchandise, the teen said it was because he and his younger brother were hungry.
For almost three years, she has been taking care of her five younger siblings. She's been keeping them clothed, fed and going to school every day -- all without the help of a car.
The reality TV star wants to take the California bar exam in 2022.
Police in San Mateo, California, have arrested an Uber driver who they say took his riders to the airport and then drove back to their home and tried to break in.
Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday he expects to release a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's nearly report "within a week."
Felicity Huffman has apologized for her part in a college admissions scam.
Authorities are looking for whoever shot and killed a female bald eagle found late last month in southeastern Arkansas.
Ashley Wright said she had complained to Forest Hills Elementary School in the past about the girl involved in the altercation.
Reports that missing boy Timmothy Pitzen had turned up nearly eight years after he disappeared proved to be a cruel hoax.
Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of Homeland Security who has become a face of President Donald Trump's hardline immigration push, is leaving the administration, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Sunday afternoon.
California Rep. Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday he was planning to send eight criminal referrals to Attorney General William Barr as soon as this week.
Malaysian golfer Arie Irawan died in his hotel room aged 28 while competing at a tournament in China, with "early indications" suggesting it was due to natural causes.
A family in Haines City woke up to a surprise Thursday morning when they found a stranger asleep on their front porch with a loaded, altered shotgun.
Surveillance footage captured the person of interest in a Seattle rape investigation.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is asking customers to stop using a Fisher-Price baby sleeper because infants have died after they were left in the sleeper.
States reporting infected patients are Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee and Virginia.
A quarter century later, Cobain's career continues to fascinate and inspire.
Brian Michael Rini was wandering around a Kentucky neighborhood when he claimed to be Timmothy Pitzen.
The administration is studying 35 cases of seizures among mostly young vape users.
Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were among a dozen people who appeared Wednesday in federal court in Boston as part of the college admissions scam.
Four armed men kidnapped an American tourist in Uganda Tuesday and have demanded $500,000 as ransom, the Ugandan Tourism Board and Ugandan police force have said.
She was carrying two Chinese passports, four cell phones and a thumb drive with malicious malware on it.
The FDA will hold a public hearing to discuss how to regulate cannabidiols in consumer products.
LAPD tweeted that Eric Holder was arrested late Tuesday afternoon.
It's the second chemical plant fire there in three weeks.
Netflix subscribers are about to get a bigger monthly bill.
A college student whose body was found in a field hours after she got into a vehicle she mistakenly thought was her Uber ride died from multiple sharp force injuries.
For Carter, a 5-year-old with high functioning autism and ADHD, it might have been the perfect birthday.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler will authorize a subpoena this week to obtain the full, unredacted report from special counsel Robert Mueller.
Daylin Campbell got a mountain bike for Christmas, but he wasn't able to ride it because he's been battling leukemia.
Nearly 20 years after the mass shooting at Columbine High School captured the nation's attention, some of the school's current students are using its legacy to combat gun violence.
People across northern Florida were baffled shortly before midnight Saturday by a greenish-blue fireball that seemed to plummet from the sky.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has been under scrutiny for the social media company's role in spreading misinformation and inadequately policing content, is calling for regulators to play a "more active role" in establishing rules for the internet.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Saturday said former Vice President Joe Biden needs to provide an answer to allegations he inappropriately touched a Nevada politician at an event in 2014.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx now indicates uncertainty about the strength of evidence and testimony that underpinned charges against Jussie Smollett, and she welcomes an outside review of how her office handled the case.
British rock band The Rolling Stones announced the postponement of an upcoming North American tour.
Authorities have captured a couple who has been on the run since January when they were charged for the death of a 4-year-old boy found buried in a trash bag in the backyard of a Cleveland home nearly two years ago.
A Forest Grove man accused of faking a burglary to cover up money stolen from his daughter’s sale of Girl Scout Cookies faced a judge Friday.
It's a shark-eat-shark world, as an Australian fisherman discovered this week.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's almost 400-page findings and analysis of Russian interference in the 2016 election and alleged obstruction of justice by the President may have, as members of Congress fear, heavy redactions.
Jakelin Caal Maquin died from a bacterial infection known as streptococcal sepsis, according to the autopsy report from the medical examiner's office in El Paso County, Texas.
Three miles from the now-infamous high school, the museum has offered free weekly art therapy for children and educators since the shooting.
An uncle and his nephew were sentenced to life in prison after a two-day trial with no evidence or witnesses.
Robert Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots, filed a motion Thursday to suppress the video recording of his session at a Florida spa.