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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.
The Cuban people have a long, complex history of producing great artists. So what's next for art on the island nation?
Two blasts hit the international airport in Brussels; another explosion struck a metro station. Police officials in L.A. say there have been no specific threats to the city.
Eager to move beyond a divisive primary season, Trump and Clinton seek to pad their delegate lead over their rivals as the 2016 race for the White House moves West.
Obama's address, delivered during his historic visit to Cuba, was carried live on the tightly controlled state television, offering him a rare, unfettered opportunity to speak directly to the country's citizens about his vision.
President Obama's message in Cuba is about hope, but there are still deep concerns about human rights and the treatment of dissident voices in the country.
March 21 is the busiest day on the U.N. calendar of international observances. Here's what you need to know.
With whirlwind trip, president is eager to push decades of acrimony deeper into the past and forge irreversible ties with America's former adversary.