The unexpected dump of documents from a case closed in 2005 involving a presidential pardon comes a week before the election.
Troops take the state TV building and advance into Iraq’s second-largest city despite fierce ISIS resistance, a general says.
Noor Salman, wife of Omar Mateen, says she knew he watched jihadist videos but not that he would commit mass murder.
Pentagon chief Ash Carter believes the military shouldn't reject applicants just because they've smoked pot or have large tattoos.
After an explosion that killed one worker, Colonial Pipeline says its main gasoline pipeline could be restarted as early as Saturday.
With festive breads and clay masks, Bolivians welcome back the souls of deceased loved ones. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
The real distinction between how Trump and Clinton would handle the economy may come down to patience.
Hacked emails indicate the campaign plotted ways to neutralize Debbie Wasserman Schultz amid complaints about DNC infighting.
The Democratic nominee ratchets up her complaints about her opponent's treatment of women.
Hillary Clinton's latest email woes may be more helpful to down-ballot Republicans than to Donald Trump.
The once-idyllic village of Castelluccio di Norcia, among the most heavily hit by Sunday's earthquake, is now a ghost town.
New reports speak of "close ties and coordination between Donald Trump ... and the Russian government."
New research reveals the workers and regions harmed and helped most by NAFTA
The Republican presidential candidate already has one key piece of a potential media business lined up.
While large-scale military exercises by the Kremlin fuel Cold War fears in the West, ordinary Russians don't seem too worried.
The Gold Star parent calls on "all Muslims to stand up and condemn" Islamic terrorists.
The team is defending sexual misconduct claims across the 1960s, 1980s, and the "gender-bending 21st century."
The House Speaker revealed he already voted "for our nominee" despite their highly publicized rivalry.
The recordings capture police officials strategizing among themselves about how to talk to the shooter.