Martin Peters, who scored England's second goal in its 1966 World Cup final win over West Germany, has died, aged 76, following a long battle against Alzheimer's disease.
deaths and fatalities
Two bodies have been recovered from the wreckage of a fire that tore through Philadelphia row houses on Thursday, according to Kathy Matheson, communications director for the Philadelphia Fire Department.
At least 21 people were killed Saturday when a bus and truck crashed in Guatemala, the Guatemalan Public Ministry said.
One woman was killed and another
The body of a woman found in a Houston-area home has been identified as missing Austin, Texas, mother Heidi Broussard, officials said Friday.
The death toll from India's protests against the controversial new citizenship law has risen to 18 after 10 people were killed in Uttar Pradesh, the country's largest and most populous state on Friday.
Robert Glenn "Junior" Johnson, one of NASCAR's earliest star drivers and a legendary figure in the auto racing garage, has died at age 88, according to a tweet from NASCAR.
The US State Department's watchdog agency revealed Friday that it had learned that even more US bomb-sniffing dogs than previously known had died of preventable causes overseas.
A Winston-Salem, North Carolina, city employee was killed Friday when one of his co-workers opened fire at a municipal building, officials said.
A Texas grand jury has indicted a former Fort Worth police officer who two months ago fired through the window of a home, killing Atatiana Jefferson.
Tim Slaten never lost hope that his mother's killer would be caught. But the last person he suspected of committing the crime was his youth football coach.
A girl in a pink shirt grabs a rod of twisted metal protruding from the rubble. Her legs are trapped under a ceiling that collapsed during an airstrike in rebel-held northwest Syria on Thursday.
Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomat, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving in the case of Harry Dunn, the British teenager who was killed in August.
Protesters in India have vowed more civil action against a new citizenship law, even as the Indian government extends sweeping controls on protests and imposes
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday that he would return from his holiday immediately, after two volunteer firefighters died battling wildfires on Thursday.
A task force that looked into scores of horse deaths at California's Santa Anita Park found no animal cruelty or criminal activity, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said Thursday.
A 66-year-old man living at an apartment complex in Westerly, Rhode Island shot two employees -- one fatally -- and another resident before apparently killing himself, Westerly Police Chief Shawn Lacey said.
President Donald Trump attacked Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell and her late husband, Rep. John Dingell, during a rally on Wednesday, implying the former congressman was "looking up" from hell.
Samuel Little has been drawing sketches of the dozens of the women he confessed to killing over several decades. Authorities in Mississippi are now asking for the public's help identifying two of the women he says he killed after picking them up in the Gulfport area.
Bill Ebeltoft's life could be divided into three parts: before the Vietnam War, during the war and after the war.
Herman Boone, the tough, no-nonsense high school football coach played by Denzel Washington in "Remember the Titans," has died. He was 84.
Two brothers have been charged with murder for allegedly killing a groom outside his own wedding reception, according to police in Chino, California.
Brian Tarantina -- who recently played Jackie in Amazon's
A 60-year-old woman was struck and killed by falling debris on a midtown Manhattan street Tuesday morning, according to New York police spokesman Ahmed Nasser.