US & World
Despite his bad heart, rotting teeth, fused spine, deformed legs and broken tail, he became the oldest and smallest winner of the annual Hero Dog contest.
Associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin have channeled as much as $2 billion through offshore accounts, banks and shadow companies, according to a massive leak of documents from a Panamanian law firm.
One in four attempted American ISIS recruits is from Minnesota. Supporters of a federal program aimed at stamping out ISIS recruitment in cities like Minneapolis say it could be a model for other cities.
New technology, new safety measures, and a new relationship with Cuba are what reporter Jesse Sanchez says will be the big stories in baseball this year.
Headlines once warned the global quinoa boom was putting the nutritious crop out of the reach of those who grow it. New studies put those fears to rest. But bad news may loom for Andean farmers.
The VA considers a major change that would grant health care to thousands of veterans separated for minor misconduct.
Most people who end up facing eviction simply can't afford to pay their rent. Many low-income tenants work, but their rent outpaces their wages.
A gunman was taken into custody after shots were fired in the U.S. Capitol complex on Monday, Capitol officials said. Visitors and staff were shut in their offices. A female bystander sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
A third man has been charged in connection with an alleged plot to launch a new attack in Paris. American victim is identified.
Speaking in Brussels Friday, Kerry said he was grieving with "the loved ones of those who have been very cruelly taken from us — including Americans." It's the first confirmation of American deaths.
The legislation criminalizes abortions that are motivated solely because of a fetus' potential disability, as well as other factors such as its sex or race.
"We are systematically eliminating ISIL's cabinet," U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said at a press conference Friday.
The six people were rounded up Thursday night in connection with the attacks this week that killed at least 31 and injured hundreds. On Friday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Brussels.
Research on the topic shows the United States does, indeed, rank near the bottom in turnout among developed countries.
Muslim communities defied the Republican presidential candidate and defended their commitment to the United States.
A day after terrorist attacks in Brussels killed at least 30 and wounded at least 230, police continue to search for a suspected accomplice.