US & World
Saigon is transforming itself into an economic power in Southeast Asia, striving to balance communist rule and changing political dynamics.
For five days, a teenager in Kathmandu was covered in the rubble of a seven-story building that was hit by Saturday's powerful tremor. On Thursday, rescue crews pulled him to safety.
A Pakistani anti-terrorism court has sent 10 men to prison for 25-year terms for their roles in the near-fatal attack on activist Malala Yousafzai.
Peete won 12 PGA events during a long career as a professional golfer. For many years, he was the most successful black golfer in the world.
While Japan has expressed regret for atrocities during the war, "obviously something is missing" because it hasn't gone far enough for survivors, Rubio said.
The Navy announced the removal of Capt. John Banigan based on findings of an investigation into the poor command climate aboard the USS Lake Erie.
Nigeria's military says it has rescued 200 girls and 93 women from Boko Haram, but they do not include any of the schoolgirls kidnapped a year ago.
President calls deaths of several black men by police in Baltimore and other cities "a slow rolling crisis" that should prompt "soul searching" in America.
Listen to audio from oral arguments in the Supreme Court Tuesday about whether states have the power to ban same-sex marriage.
Google will allow patent holders to "tell Google about patents they're willing to sell at a price they set."
Loretta Lynch was sworn in Monday as the 83rd U.S. attorney general, the first African-American woman to serve as the nation's top law enforcement official.
Aid from across the world is trickling in, but the region remains in dire need of everything from food and water to medicine.
Reported deaths from earthquake are now at 4,010, but that doesn't take into account casualties in mountain villages that are still cut off two days after the temblor.
L.A.-based rapper Nazo Bravo reflects on his family, his heritage and the genocide of the Armenian people at the hands of the Ottoman Turks 100 years ago today.
The official number of dead has topped 4,000 as rescue efforts are underway, and relief organizations are gearing up to help, asking for donations.
Even with the arrests, police said Saturday's protest over Gray — a 25-year-old black man who died in police custody after receiving a fatal spinal cord injury — was "mostly peaceful."