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Windham was an award-winning journalist with the writing chops to tell even the most complex story in 40 seconds. But he was also a professional counselor who worked with adolescents.
What if the San Bernardino shooters were like most Americans and had a phone with Google's Android – the most popular smartphone system in the U.S. and the world?
The memorial is part of a project called Remembering Our Fallen, which aims to honor all of the military men and women killed since the 9/11 attacks.
Obama says the detention center is counterproductive in the fight against terrorism because it's used as propaganda to recruit terrorists and drains military resources.
It's been more than a year since the U.S. officially ended its combat mission in Afghanistan. But American service members continue to fight — and die — there.
In the early 20th century, the Chinese faced draconian immigration rules. But owners of a few types of businesses could get special visas. In 1915, restaurants got on that list. The rest is history.
"The commandment, 'Thou shalt not kill,' has absolute value, and concerns both the innocent and the guilty," Pope Francis says.
It's often called the “three- and 10-year bar.” The rule prevents immigrants who've lived in the US without legal status from coming back legally for up to 10 years.
Pope Francis said Wednesday there's a clear moral difference between aborting a fetus and preventing a pregnancy and that "avoiding pregnancy is not an absolute evil."
Los Angeles, Paris, Rome and Budapest, Hungary, delivered their first detailed bid files to the International Olympic Committee by Wednesday's deadline. See what they're pitching.
President Obama and leaders from 10 Southeast Asian nations met in SoCal amid the hot-button issues of trade, security and the rising influence of China.
President will turn 200-acre estate into a center of international diplomacy as he welcomes Southeast Asian leaders to two-day summit about economic and regional security issues.
Old high school sweethearts just happened to find each other on social media at the right time. Like a Cinderella story with a modern twist, the two reunite decades later.
Politicians and government leaders issue their thoughts on the passing of the outspoken court justice.
Perhaps the leading voice of uncompromising conservatism on the nation's highest court, he was found dead Saturday while staying at a luxury ranch in West Texas.
Heated election-year fight immediately begins over whether President Obama should fill the high court vacancy. Republicans argue the nomination should fall to the next president.