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BuzzFeed's editor-in-chief, Ben Smith, said his team was "shocked and devastated" by the news in a statement Tuesday morning.
Hundreds of migrants die every year trying to cross into the U.S., many of which are never identified. A recent article in the American Prospect explores the region where the grim realities are a way of life.
The Arab Spring countries are still in the process of remaking themselves, and a new private Libyan radio station does not hesitate to criticize armed groups.
An enterprising carpenter and a creative puppeteer teamed up to create an inexpensive prosthetic and published their designs on the Internet.
The Taliban said they support a peace process in Afghanistan. The United States said they welcomed the development.
Obama told PBS' Charlie Rose that he rejected comparisons to the Bush-Cheney administration, saying he had added safeguards to protect the privacy of Americans.
U.S. consumer prices rose slightly in May as higher energy costs were partly offset by cheaper food. The small increase underscores that inflation is mild.
Tennis great Gene Mako, who won four major doubles titles and was ranked in the world top 10 during the 1930s, has died in Southern California. He was 97 years old.
Miss Utah USA Marissa Powell appeared stumped during the Miss USA beauty pageant. It's the most cringe-inducing moment since Miss Teen South Carolina fumbled in 2007.
Ice Director John Morton says in a note sent to ICE employees Monday that he's leaving his job at the end of July and to take a position at a private company.
The justices voted 7-2 to throw out Arizona's voter-approved requirement that prospective voters document their U.S. citizenship in order to use a certain registration form.
Firefighters in Colorado Monday hope rain helps as they work to fully contain the most destructive fire in state history. The Black Forest Fire has burned 500 homes.
Clifford Sloan will reopen the Office of Guantanamo Closure. He has served in senior positions in both Democratic and Republican administrations.
Hasan Rowhani is likely to be friendlier than his predecessor, but the U.S. and Israel have reacted with caution knowing that as president he will have little control over Iran's nuclear program.