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The anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings started with a solemn wreath-laying ceremony Tuesday morning at the site of twin explosions.
An Army General is upholding Private Chelsea Manning's conviction and 35-year prison sentence for giving reams of classified U.S. government information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
Michael Phelps is coming out of retirement, the first step toward possibly swimming at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He'll be competing for the first time since the 2012 London Games at a meet in Mesa, Ariz., on April 24-26.
Search crews sent a robotic submarine deep into the Indian Ocean for the first time Monday to begin scouring the seabed for the missing Malaysian airliner.
Gold is not just about ornamentation in India. It's an insurance policy against bad economic times and bad marriages. Enterprising Indian women are using it to get loans to start small businesses.
The World Food Programme is moving about 40,000 tons of food around Syria each month, navigating conflict zones and checkpoints. And now a potential drought could hurt food production in the country.
There is a heavy police presence at the Jewish Community Center complex in Overland Park and the entrance is blocked off, but it's not yet clear if the shooting took place there.
In Chile, a large fire has reportedly killed at least 11 people and destroyed 500 homes. Thousands of residents have been forced to evacuate areas near the port city of Valparaiso.
Despite a small sample of results released Sunday, the two leading candidates took the opportunity to posture about the final outcome.
The U.S., the IMF's most powerful member, has refused to sign off on reforms. On Saturday, global leaders suggested the IMF would turn to other options if Congress doesn't act by year's end.
A Ukrainian Security Service officer has been killed and five others wounded in the eastern city of Slovyansk, officials from Ukraine's interim government said Sunday.
In Russia, Google's Maps division now shows the Crimean peninsula as part of Russian territory. It's showing a different image on browsers in the U.S.
Weeks after he was fingerprinted and appeared in court, baby Musa is no longer living under the shadow of an attempted murder charge.
God Gazarov, a Russian immigrant who owns a jewelry store in Brooklyn, says Equifax won't give him a credit history, suggesting he change his first name to resolve the problem.
Denying visas to U.N. ambassadorial nominees or to foreign heads of state who want to attend United Nations events in the United States is rare, if not unprecedented.