Filipino refugees are end up in evacuation camps after an attack on an Islamic State group leader in Marawi, Phillipines.
As North Korea continues to test ICBM misiles and other nuclear weapons, the United States considers how to address the growing possibility of an attack.
Exxon Mobil investors voted Wednesday for the company to disclose information about its impact on global climate. Support for the proposal grew to 62 percent from 38 percent last year.
Charges against the Nashville fan who threw a dead catfish onto the ice during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals will be dropped. Game 2 begins in Pittsburgh Wednesday night.
As LeBron James prepares to defend his NBA Championship against the Golden State Warriors starting Thursday, he received some bad personal news.
Twitter surges after the unintelligible, late-night tweet from Donald Trump.
Comedian Kathy Griffin was fired from CNN following backlash over her video displaying a likeness of President Donald Trump’s severed head.
President Donald Trump teased his decision regarding the Paris Climate Accord on Twitter amid concerns from Democrats about jeopardizing international relationships and from economists about the negative impact of climate change.
A top communications aide is exiting the White House as embattled President Donald Trump considers a broader shake-up amid rising anxiety over investigations into his campaign’s contacts with Russia.
A massive bombing by the Islamic State group outside a popular ice cream parlor in central Baghdad and a rush-hour car bomb in another downtown area killed at least 31 people Tuesday. Later in the day, bombings in and around the Iraqi capital killed seven more people.
Pro-immigration activists packed the Texas Capitol, and lawmakers were involved in a scuffle on the House floor Monday as tensions boiled over in response to a bill that requires authorities to enforce U.S. immigration policies.
On May 31, 1985, tornadoes killed 88 people. On May 31, 1994, the United States announced it was no longer aiming long-range nuclear missiles at targets in the former Soviet Union. And 31 years ago, Waka Flocka Flame was born.
A Dallas police officer was saved from a crash in a creek bed; a Cowboys player was arrested on suspicion of DWI; Dallas Girl Scout troop rescued in Louisiana; a lockdown was lifted at a U.S. Air Force base; purported Jimi Hendrix guitar pulled from auction; a former “Bachelorette” contestant was found dead at 31.
A seniors’ center in East Germany has found that memorabilia from Communist times has helped relieve the symptoms of elderly dementia patients.
Director Patty Jenkins’ blockbuster movie is a milestone for empowering women through cinema. Gal Gadot stars as the eponymous superhero in the DC Comics film.
India spends $92,000 to recover Mount Everest climbers’ bodies; the Italian premier says Europe cannot rely on the U.S. for climate change; the U.N. prosecutes staffers for threats made at a refugee camp; Goldman Sachs was accused of buying Venezuelan oil bonds.
A federal audit released Tuesday heaped renewed criticism onto Texas’ troubled child welfare system, warning that foster kids could be put in jeopardy by missed deadlines during abuse and neglect investigations.
A study released in May says rising sea levels threaten to make storm surges more dangerous. It seems to reinforce Texas officials’ push for federal funding for a storm-surge barrier, or Ike Dike, to protect areas like Galveston.
Kansas lawmakers approved a new requirement for those seeking an abortion; the trial for a South Dakota beef company’s defamation suit is set to start Wednesday; U.S. stock markets dipped; Three Mile Island nuclear plant might close down in 2019.
The police officer who shot and killed Tamir Rice was dismissed Tuesday for failing to disclose that he had been forced out of another department before Cleveland hired him. His partner was suspended for driving too close to the 12-year-old seconds before the boy was killed.