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Officials say that the Saudi national flew into the neighboring Gulf nation hours before launching the attack that killed 27 worshipers.
Greece's Prime Minister announced Sunday that banks will be closed and capital controls imposed in order to stave off a run on the euro after negotiations with the country's international lenders broke down.
Hundreds of thousands of people packed gay pride events from New York City to Seattle, San Francisco to Chicago to celebrate a Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage.
Some opponents of same-sex marriage are vowing to fight on after Friday's Supreme Court ruling. The battles will likely take place in the lower courts and will involve religious liberty cases.
Germany says there will be no more negotiations after the Greek premier called for a nationwide referendum on a bailout plan. Meanwhile, fearful Greeks are withdrawing their euros.
Prime Minister Habib Essid also said that most of the tourists killed on at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse were British tourists.
In remarks at funeral for Charleston church shooting victim Rev. Clementa Pinckney, President calls flag a reminder of "systemic oppression and racial subjugation."
The court's ruling on Friday means the remaining 14 states with bans on same-sex marriage will have to stop enforcing them.
It's unclear whether the incidents that spanned three continents are linked. Authorities are still investigating.
Same-sex marriage supporters celebrate across the US following the SCOTUS ruling; but not everyone is happy with the high court's decision.
Senior officials at the Pentagon are trying to make sure troops' valor is recognized the same way regardless of which branch they're in.
Prime Minister Evans Paul said Thursday that more than 14,000 people have crossed the border into Haiti in less than a week.
The State Department's annual review of human rights around the world found that repression of activists in China was routine.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Wednesday that Nepalese citizens in the United States can apply for temporary protected status and receive work permits.
Once tucked away in Google's "Labs" space for beta testing, the "Undo Send" option now gives users 5 to 30 seconds after sending an email to change their minds.
The president said for the first time that U.S. government officials can communicate directly with terrorists and help families negotiate for the release of hostages.