In 1995, Clinton delivered a landmark human rights speech in Beijing that set her apart.
Companies belonging to the presidential candidate reportedly have more than twice the amount shown in campaign filings.
A man who translated for swimmer Ryan Lochte, his teammates, and armed security guards in Brazil has a different account.
Former North Korean embassy minister Thae Yong Ho was being investigated for a series of crimes, state media claim.
The disclosure of the federal investigation comes on the same day Paul Manafort stepped down as Donald Trump’s campaign chairman.
A federal judge issued the order as part of a long-running public records lawsuit filed by a conservative legal advocacy group.
Despite Trump’s new leadership team and a rare conciliatory, on-message speech, his opponent says that he hasn’t really changed.
Florida now has 36 cases of the locally transmitted virus, which is typically spread by mosquitoes but also by sexual contact.
In the wake of Paul Manafort’s resignation, the candidate attempts to reboot his campaign with a conciliatory tone and trip to Baton Rouge.
Ukrainian investigators seek to question Paul Manafort, who stepped down from Donald Trump's campaign Friday.
After recovering from two violent city events, the area has been devastated by floodwaters that ruined thousands of homes.
In the wake of a campaign shakeup and revelations about his Ukraine work, Paul Manafort has stepped down.
The administration is facing a storm of criticism after admitting a $400 million payment to Iran was contingent on the release of Americans.
The swimmer says he’s sorry “for not being more careful and candid in how I described the events of that early morning.”
The Russian president accused Ukraine of "terror" after an incident on the Crimea border last week.
The ban would include government offices, schools and universities, courtrooms, and demonstrations.
Jeffrey Wood didn't fire the gun that killed a Texas store clerk in 1996, but his execution is scheduled for next week.
“Standing up for families and children has been her life’s work,” the narrator says in the 30-second spot.
Olympian Jimmy Feigen agrees to pay $11,000 to a Brazilian charity to settle the dispute over an alleged robbery.