Here's a look at top news from the last week, including full coverage of the Queen's funeral.
(15) updates to this series since
See a gallery of photos from the funeral and final royal procession of Queen Elizabeth II through the streets of London to her final resting place.
Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest at her state funeral — a final goodbye to a monarch whose 70-year reign defined an age. Live coverage here.
Good Samaritans are being hailed after they stopped to investigate along a highway when they noticed an abandoned suitcase “moving” by itself.
Two minutes of silence will be observed Monday across the United Kingdom at the end of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey. That's to give the British public a chance to pay their respects to the late monarch. Buckingham Palace released details Thursday of the state funeral and a ceremony at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor ahead of her private interment later Monday. After the state funeral, which will be attended by 2,000 guests including U.S. President Joe Biden, the late queen’s coffin will be transported through the historic heart of London on a horse-drawn gun carriage before being driven to Windsor, where the queen will be interred alongside her late husband, Prince Philip.
Lottery officials say two people have claimed the $1.337 billion Mega Millions jackpot after a single ticket was sold in a Chicago suburb in July.
New York's attorney general is suing former President Donald Trump and his three eldest children, alleging business fraud.
Corgis Muick and Sandy were brought into the castle’s quadrangle for the coffin's arrival following the queen's funeral.
King Charles III and Prince William made an unannounced visit to greet the long line of people waiting to view the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II.
The DOJ has charged 47 people in an alleged scheme that stole $250M from a program aimed at feeding Minnesota children during the pandemic, feds say.
Russian President Putin makes a veiled nuclear threat to enemies in the West and orders a partial mobilization of up to 300,000 reservists for war in Ukraine.
The Piper to the Sovereign has for decades acted as a personal alarm clock, playing for 15 minutes each morning, as well as on state occasions.
A look at what's in the tentative agreement that railroad unions secured to prevent a freight railroad strike. How big are the raises? What's next?
Separatist leaders of the Russia-controlled areas of Luhansk and Donetsk in Ukraine are planning votes for the territories to become part of Russia.
Hurricane Fiona blasted the Turks and Caicos Islands as a Category 3 storm after devastating Puerto Rico. The storm is getting stronger as it moves north.
"He's not doing well. The more recent development, after a third craniotomy, is seizures. It's been a long road," the family's lawyer said.