After months aboard the International Space Station, Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko are coming home.
The death toll in Wednesday’s attack on the American University is 13, including seven students, Afghan police said.
Health officials announced Tuesday new reports of virus transmission in the state.
The president, facing criticism that he remained on vacation during the historic flooding, toured some of the worst-hit areas on Tuesday.
The death toll in the attack in Gaziantep, which was carried out by a young boy, has risen to 54, more than half of them under age 18.
New research has found evidence the mosquito-borne virus can adversely affect cells necessary for replenishing damaged neurons.
The Obama administration announced Monday the transfer of 15 prisoners to the United Arab Emirates.
Vanderbilt University will rename a residence hall that has been formally called “Confederate Memorial Hall” for more than 80 years.
A video released Sunday purportedly shows some of the students abducted by a Nigerian militant group more than two years ago.
Crowds clashed with police in reaction to a fatal police shooting in the Wisconsin city Saturday.
Two men, including a religious leader, were fatally shot in broad daylight as they left a mosque.
The president said Thursday bombing targets in Iraq and Syria is “necessary, but not sufficient” in the long term.
More than 40 service members, including one pregnant woman, have been infected with the mosquito-borne virus since January.
Bill Bratton will leave his job as the New York City police commissioner next month.
The American military has carried out strikes at the request of the Libyan government, the Pentagon said.
Al-Qaeda’s branch in the country has announced it would break away from the larger jihadist movement.
The U.S. capital’s transportation hub was briefly cleared out Wednesday after reports of a potential threat.
The country will host a tournament Thursday for track-and-field athletes barred from the Olympics for doping.
Dozens of people were killed and injured in an assault early Monday outside the country’s capital.
The Islamic State says it was behind the attack that wounded 15 people in the German town Sunday night.
The Democratic National Committee chair has resigned amid an email controversy.