The tech giant said personal data from at least 500 million accounts was stolen by a "state-sponsored actor.”
Governor Greg Abbott warned the federal government his state will withdraw from its resettlement program, citing security fears.
Authorities say Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is the suspect in both blasts on Saturday.
Iranian paracyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad died Saturday after crashing during a road race in Rio.
A three-judge panel proves skeptical of Indiana’s efforts to turn away Syrian refugees.
The automaker will transfer its U.S.-based small-car production south of the border “over the next two to three years,” its CEO says.
Seven Bay Area police officers face criminal charges for their roles in a widespread sexual-misconduct scandal.
The U.S. Army whistleblower said Friday she would “refuse to eat or drink voluntarily” to protest her treatment behind bars.
Kim Jong-un’s government carried out the country’s fifth detonation Friday, raising regional fears.
Two months after a Supreme Court defeat, the U.S. Justice Department moved Thursday to dismiss its corruption case against the former Virginia governor and his wife.
Abid Qureshi’s nomination caps Obama’s legacy of diversifying the judiciary, but the Senate seems unlikely to act on it.
The Republican presidential nominee’s wife has sued a blogger and a prominent British tabloid over stories alleging she was a sex worker.
Civil-defense officials warned of a “potential tsunami threat” Thursday after the 7.1-magnitude tremor.
Germany's economic minister says negotiations for the proposed U.S.-European Union trade agreement have "failed."
A powerful aftershock hit the central part of the country Friday morning, and the death toll has risen to 290.
President Obama quadrupled the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument on Friday, protecting a wide swath of ocean near Hawaii.
Aaron Persky requested reassignment away from criminal cases as fallout from the Brock Turner case continues.
FARC reaches a final agreement with the country’s government after a half-century of violence.
Australia updates its national lexicon with more than 6,000 schmick new entries.
The doctor who led the global campaign to eradicate smallpox died Friday at 87.