Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins was suspended for 80 games for using performance-enhancing drugs.
There’s been an NFL draft since 1936. But how did it become the three-day media spectacle it is today?
City police shot and injured a 13-year-old boy carrying a fake weapon Wednesday.
South Korea unveiled new uniforms infused with mosquito-repellant as fear grows of the Zika virus in Brazil.
Spaceflight company SpaceX said Wednesday it will start sending unmanned rockets to Mars in two years.
The former NFL quarterback was charged with assault for allegedly hitting his ex-girlfriend.
Abdul Rashid Dostum is not allowed to travel to the U.S. because he is “the quintessential warlord.”
Islamist militants continue to target secular activists, journalists, and religious minorities in the South Asian country.
Cuba reversed its policy to allow Cuban-Americans to return by boat.
According to a new CDC study, suicide rates jumped sharply in the U.S., particularly among women and Native Americans.
The Chicago Cubs pitcher threw the first no-hitter of the 2016 season in an admittedly “sloppy” performance.
ESPN fired the former pitcher after his Facebook post appeared to support North Carolina’s controversial transgender bill.
Four former New Orleans police officers plead guilty a decade after killing unarmed civilians in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Possibly 500 refugees and migrants died last week, the UN says.
At least six people are dead after days of heavy rain in southeast Texas.
Authorities have already rescued 150 people from the water, as heavy rain is expected to continue until Tuesday.
The cruise company has announced it will allow anyone to book cruises to the island.
Students staged a sit-in days after bananas were discovered hanging on a sign commemorating black history.
Czech leaders will ask the UN to recognize the new, shorter name “Czechia.”
A Connecticut judge refused to throw out a case against the company that makes a weapon used in the 2012 shootings.