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More than a foot of rain submerges scores of subdivisions and several major highways, forcing the closure of schools and knocking out power to thousands of residents.
Massive earthquakes that rattled both Japan and Ecuador left many dead in both countries. Here are a few ways you can help relief efforts.
A UC Berkeley student and former Iraqi refugee says he was unfairly removed from a flight in L.A. this month after having a conversation in Arabic.
Pope Francis paid a visit to the Greek island of Lesbos Saturday and meet with migrants at a detention center. The EU has started deporting migrants from Greece to Turkey.
In a number of cities, what riders say may be recorded. Transit agencies are adding audio recording for security reasons, but civil liberties advocates say it's an invasion of privacy.
On Tuesday, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus made his case for incorporating women into combat roles to Marines at Camp Pendleton.
Last year, Chinese investors poured $15 billion into U.S. businesses, with California getting a big cut of that. What's driving these investments?
The challenges show religion is "on the minds of many people," says Deborah Caldwell Stone of the American Library Association. Another reason people objected to books was explicit sexual content.
The fire swept through a packed Hindu temple during a fireworks display. Local officials say the death toll could be as high as 100, with at least 200 other people injured.
Belgian officials say the attackers changed shifted their target as investigators closed in on them. The information emerged after authorities arrested and interrogated key suspects.
In the wake of the deadly attacks in Belgium's capital in March, two brothers were quickly identified as suspected suicide bombers; authorities took longer to name their suspected accomplices.
Belgium's Federal Prosecution Office said recently detained Mohamed Abrini had confessed to being the vest- and hat-wearing man whose video image had been widely circulated by authorities.
Thirty-nine-year-old Wayne Allen Huntsman pleaded guilty Friday to three counts of felony arson in the September 2014 King Fire.
Nearly 83,000 U.S. service members are still listed as missing in action. Many of their families still hope their remains will be identified and returned home.
The California boy who is a plaintiff in the class-action suit was listed among the known or suspected terrorists when he was 7 months old.