A teenager fatally shot his father at home before wounding two students and a teacher at a South Carolina elementary school.
The kingdom maintains an arsenal of tools to retaliate against any legal actions over the 9/11 attacks.
A new U.S. intelligence report says that the Russian government is conducting a wide-ranging and “opportunistic” campaign.
The president says that if you don't want Trump in the Oval Office, there's no excuse for staying home on Election Day.
Reports of unruly passengers are getting more frequent, and more effective deterrents are needed, a trade group says.
The GOP nominee surprisingly decides not to address the issue that has been a central theme of his campaign in recent weeks.
Senators voted 97-1 to override the president's decision to veto legislation helping Sept. 11 families sue Saudi Arabia.
Authorities in suburban San Diego say a black man was shot and killed by police after pointing an object at officers.
The death of Israel's longest-serving statesman leaves the country mourning the would-be peacemaker.
In the wake of escalating attacks, including 2 hospital strikes, the U.S. says it may suspend engagement with Russia over the Syrian conflict.
The country braces for the most extensive trials in its history in the wake of the attempted putsch on July 15.
The banking giant cut thousands of employees in the wake of its scandal, but there are signs a workforce reduction may have been inevitable.
Ninety-two percent of the world breathes air with unhealthy levels of pollutants, but these areas have it the worst.
Government shelling and airstrikes in the rebel-held Syrian city kill seven and put one of the medical facilities out of service, observers say.
Typhoon Megi caused more than $10 million in damage as it swept across Taiwan before weakening into a tropical storm.
Prosecutors conclude the plane was shot down in 2014 by a missile fired from rebel-held territory in Ukraine, victims’ families say.
The agreement would avert a potential federal shutdown and comes just three days before a midnight deadline.
President Obama is preparing to send more troops to Iraq to help reclaim Mosul from the Islamic State, U.S. officials say.
Voters in nine states will decide on ballot measures that could possibly expand legal access to marijuana.
The Arizona Republic, which has backed Republicans for president in each election since the 1890s, throws its support behind Hillary Clinton.