After months aboard the International Space Station, Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko are coming home.
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.
The International Olympic Committee has decided it will not ban Russian athletes from next month’s games over its doping scandal.
Six medical facilities were hit by air strikes in the Syrian province Sunday.
Brazilian police arrested 10 people in connection with a potential terrorist attack at next month’s Rio games.
The American public reeled from a violent week, Downing Street met its new resident, Indian security forces and protesters clashed, and more.
David Brown, the head of the city’s police force, said Monday investigators are reviewing hours of video footage of last week’s deadly attack in Texas.
As teens and nostalgic millennials lost their collective minds over a new app, a handful of users in Missouri found another, more sinister purpose for it.
Great Britain’s Andy Murray won his second Wimbledon title Sunday, defeating Canada’s Milos Raonic.
Protesters and police clashed Saturday during demonstrations over police violence against African Americans.
The public reacted to a pair of fatal shootings, the prime minister's race narrowed, the number of bombing fatalities rose, and more.
Suicide, the leading cause of death among veterans, claimed 20 lives a day in 2014, according to a new report.
The number of fatalities in Sunday’s suicide attack in Iraq’s capital has neared 300.
Britain assessed its involvement in the U.S.-led war, cellphone footage sparked outrage, Iraq’s security measures put civilians at risk, and more.
The longtime Fox News anchor is suing the network’s chairman for what she calls sexist and discriminatory treatment.
Suicide bombers killed scores of people in multiple attacks, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee escaped criminal charges, a NASA spacecraft made history, and more.