US & World
Each year, millions of pounds of Mexican produce are rejected just past the border even though it's tasty and edible. Now going to needy families across the U.S.
Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, accused of plotting the Mumbai attack that left more than 160 people dead, walked out of a Pakistani prison on Friday. The move threatens to strain relations with India.
Both Obama and Castro arrived in Panama City for the Summit of the Americas on Thursday evening, only minutes apart.
This weekend Anaheim Central Library will host what organizers say is the first North American gathering of micronations, with countries like Molossia, Westarctica and Slabovia represented.
The president meets with Caribbean leaders in Jamaica Thursday — and a looming energy crunch in the region is high on the list.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says that any arrangements must respect Iran's interests and dignity. And he questioned the need for talks, if they don't trigger the sanctions' removal.
One neighborhood is creating a "zone of tolerance" to confine prostitutes to certain areas. Those opposed are saying the move legitimizes the exploitation of women.
The poll, based on 1,200 in-person interviews, found that while Cubans are optimistic about future change, they are unhappy about the present.
Ex-Gen. Eugenio Vides Casanova arrived at San Salvador's international airport on a federal flight along with 120 other deportees.
President Nicolas Maduro's government hasn't solved food shortages or ended high inflation. It's been more effective in cracking down on the opposition.
The Navajo Nation started taxing junk food and soda. But half of the tribe is unemployed and say they can't afford expensive food.
Officer Michael Slager previously said he had followed procedure, but a video showed him shooting a man who was running away from him after a traffic stop.
A top aide to President Barack Obama says the White House's classified computer systems are secure while acknowledging vulnerabilities in its unclassified system.
The print and online ads will include everything from houses to pirated U.S. television programs, the Cuban government said.
The White House, State Department, and Capitol were affected by widespread power outages reported across Washington and its suburbs Tuesday afternoon, and an official says they were caused by an explosion at a Maryland power plant.
Two members of the Illinois State University athletic department are among the dead.