Wichita is one of several cities across the country to receive $60,000 from the donor who wants the construction to take place in Pope Franc…
Investigators are interviewing hundreds of civilian employees and the contractors who have been doing extensive renovations at the 150-year-…
Mexican soldiers and police guarded polling stations Sunday in southern states where violence and boycotts threatened to disrupt the midterm…
Brothers Molham and Mohammad Kayali fled to Turkey in September 2012. They were reunited last year at at Emporia State University.
An immense hack of millions of government personnel files is being treated as the work of foreign spies.
Sabah’s Deputy Chief Minister blamed the tragedy on a group of 10 foreigners who “showed disrespect to the sacred mountain” by posing naked …
A ruling coming after months of increasing hostility to the blockaded rulers of the Gaza Strip.
Magnitude-5.9 earthquake struck near Malaysia’s highest mountain on Friday, killing two climbers, injuring 11, and stranding more than 100.
Tariq Aziz, the debonair Iraqi diplomat who made his name by staunchly defending Saddam Hussein to the world during three wars.
Some of the vehicles are part of a previous recall.
If there is enough evidence of wrongdoing, FIFA has the power to strip the World Cup from both Russia and Qatar.
The death toll from a huge gas station explosion and flooding in Ghana’s capital has more than doubled to 150 people.
Remembering a milestone in space exploration.
The four-hour operation was performed under a regional anesthetic and that the top American diplomat was conscious the whole time.
Proposed cutting the State Department’s budget to protest its slow response in producing documents related to the investigation of the terro…
Now that Sepp Blatter says he will be resigning, the race opens to succeed him as FIFA president.
The vessel was carrying mostly elderly tourists from Nanjing to the southwestern city of Chongqing when it overturned in China’s Hubei Provi…
Soon, soccer won’t have FIFA President Sepp Blatter to kick around any more.
A cruise ship on China’s Yangtze River sank overnight June 2, 2015 with 458 people aboard after being caught in a cyclone.
The lion attacked the woman who was sitting on the passenger side of a vehicle with the window down in violation of park regulations.
The newscast’s tone sounds much like National Public Radio in the United States.
Three Islamic State suicide bombers targeted a police base in Iraq’s western Anbar province with explosives-laden Humvees on Monday.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry broke his leg in a bicycle crash Sunday after striking a curb.
“We must continue working to remember the tragedy of the Holocaust and hold those responsible accountable.”
In the end, nothing could stop Sepp Blatter.