More than 200 of the girls taken from their school in a notorious April 2014 raid in Nigeria are still missing.
Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who was hospitalized for much of the past decade, passes at 88.
He was hailed for "having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition."
In a normal election year, the decision to post emails such as those stolen from John Podesta would lead to some difficult questions.
A 22-year-old Syrian man suspected of planning an Islamic extremist bombing attack committed suicide in his prison cell.
The Trump surrogate and ex-NYC mayor apologizes for claiming that Hillary Clinton had lied about being in New York on Sept. 11, 2001.
Three separate publications, including the New York Times, run reports of women who say they were touched inappropriately.
The retaliatory action follows two incidents this week in which missiles were fired at U.S. Navy ships.
The allegations, published in the New York Times, come days after a 2005 tape showed the GOP nominee bragging about groping women.
John Stumpf came under fire for his oversight of the bank that opened millions of fraudulent accounts.
The USS Mason returns fire after the second attack in four days by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels.
Both presidential candidates are applying 20th-century thinking to problems that require a different mindset to solve.
Giving gifts knowing that the recipient cannot, or will not, keep them seems absurd. But it’s a traditional way to make a diplomatic meeting more memorable.
Vladimir Putin downplays accusations that Moscow has been tampering with the U.S. election via hacking.
At least four lawmakers who called for Donald Trump to drop out of the race are now are backing him.
The Piper PA-34 Seneca, with a student pilot and instructor on board, hit a utility pole on its approach to the Hartford-Brainard Airport.
The president delights Hillary Clinton supporters at rally when he debunks a crazy claim by the “guy on the radio.”
The Donald Trump surrogate and ex-NYC mayor says he doesn't recall seeing Clinton at Ground Zero in the attacks' aftermath.
The vice presidential nominee advises against a supporter’s call for drastic action in the event of a Clinton victory.