Hostage situation underway at Cologne train station in Germany
Ambulances and heavily-armed police were lined up behind the train station, the daily Koelner Stadt-Anzeiger reported. The area in and around the station - a major transport hub - has been cordoned off.
Sears files for bankruptcy after years of turmoil
In May, the company said it had identified 100 more unprofitable stores in the US and would close 72 of them in the near future. Plenty of people denounce the labor conditions and market dominance of Walmart and Amazon without doing anything about it.
Massachusetts Powerball player wins $1 million
The Mega Millions jackpot for Friday's drawing stands at $900 million - that's the second largest lottery jackpot in US history. Since Mega Millions modified the formula, players now pick five numbers from 1 to 70 and a Mega number of 1 to 25.
'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Willa barrelling towards Mexico
Hurricane Willa, churning off central Mexico's Pacific coast, strengthened on Sunday night to a unsafe Category 4 storm, the U.S. Tourist resorts on Mexico's Pacific coast are bracing for 160mph winds as Hurricane Willa barrels towards them.
American Pilot May Have Been Involved In Ukraine Plane Crash
The exercises run until Friday, with USA fighter and transport planes training with about 30 Ukrainian aircraft. The National Police of Vinnytsya Oblast have already started an investigation at the crash scene.
Wild weekend for state of Michigan's sports teams
Purdue jumped out to a 7-0 lead with 1:10 left in the first quarter on a 13-yard touchdown pass from Blough to Issac Zico. His biggest game this season was an 84-yard performance against TCU, in a game where he also had several costly drops.
Italy brushes off downgrade as it plans European Union budget response
At the summit, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said fiscal rules should be respected by all, adding: "Too much debt is risky ". Italy's government borrowing rose, with the yield on the benchmark 10-year bond on Friday hitting its highest level since 2013.
Again - Threatens to Send Military to US-Mexico Border
Bush deployed the National Guard to assist in border security operations in 2006 and President Barack Obama did the same in 2010. NBC reports that USA officials are now tracking that small group as they make progress towards the US.
Chelsea assistant coach charged with improper conduct
Two days ago, he was involved in a touchline fracas at the end of a Premier League game. "I believe that I am a better player now". "I think it's private".
Netflix adds seven million subscribers over summer after spring stumble
If the quarter's record-setting slate doesn't move the subscriber needle, Netflix may have to reassess its programming strategy. Wall Street doesn't see Netflix turning cash flow positive within the next four years, according to Bloomberg data.