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The execution threatens to further damage Sunni-Shiite relations in a struggle playing out across the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
2016 will be the year that Republicans put legislation on President Obama's desk repealing his health care law.
Suspected militants infiltrated an Indian air force base near the border with Pakistan on Saturday and exchanged fire with security forces for hours.
Saudi Arabia executed 47 people convicted of terrorism Saturday, including prominent Shiite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr, prompting condemnation throughout the Middle East.
Vacationing NBC4 reporter John Cádiz Klemack witnessed the fire that burned at the Address hotel in downtown Dubai on New Year's Eve. Here's his story.
Winter weather conditions on the East Coast and Midwest continue to disrupt flights at LAX, airport officials said.
Japan apologized and promised a payment of $8.3 million, but an organization that advocates for the victims says the deal falls short of making Japan admit full responsibility for war crimes.
The Japanese government apologized and offered some $8 million in compensation for forcing tens of thousands of Korean women into sexual slavery during World War II.
The player, dubbed the "clown prince of basketball," was 83.
Restrictions may be falling away, but there are no signs yet that commerce between the countries is about to take off. U.S. agriculture sales to Cuba are actually down, while American tourism is up.
Germany is struggling with 1 million migrants who applied for asylum this year. Officials say the key to integration is education, and many schools have made accommodating migrants a priority.
Lots of Christmas toys mean lots of work putting them all together. Our listeners share some of their best and worst experiences.
Before same-sex marriage became legal across the U.S., some couples would become father and son to get rights they were otherwise denied. Adoptions were the best option at the time.
The father of toddler Aylan Kurdi calls for "the whole world to open its doors to Syrians" fleeing the country's bloody civil war.
A new report from the Pew Research Center shows a growth spurt for Islam — and a change in the hub of Christianity.
The visit, which was on Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's birthday, could be a sign of improving relations between the two neighbors.