The 49ers quarterback won’t stand for the national anthem anymore.
The country has been blocking certain websites for more than a decade. Now, it’s creating an intranet that is entirely Iranian.
Officials say they face a public-health emergency, and believe a batch of the opioid may be tainted with an elephant tranquilizer.
The potential charges come as his protégée, suspended President Dilma Rousseff, faces impeachment proceedings.
The Food and Drug Administration now recommends that all blood banks test for the mosquito-borne virus.
The Arizona Coyotes hired Dawn Braid as the team’s skating coach.
The UN humanitarian chief is calling for an international investigation into the civil war that’s killed 9,000 people.
President Obama designated 87,500 acres of newly donated land as Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument.
Another dig below a Polish town failed to find a legendary gold- and gem-filled train from World War II.
According to a new federal ruling, those who work as teaching or research assistants at private universities can now collectively bargain.
The new policy that prohibits high-proof liquor at parties comes two months after the sentencing of Brock Turner.
Turkish officials connected him to the failed July 15 coup attempt.
The former Illinois governor will remain in prison for his 14-year sentence.
It’s a historic appointment for the European country, but she doesn’t want to be known as “the gay minister.”
Delta says its flights worldwide are affected Monday by a power outage in Atlanta that hit its computer systems and operations.
Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old Texas boy, was arrested last September for taking a homemade clock to school that some teachers thought looked like a bomb.
Is switching nationalities just to compete in the games in the Olympic spirit?
Muslims in the Greek capital have had to worship in makeshift facilities since the end of Ottoman rule.
A Turkish court says the U.S.-based cleric is responsible for last month’s coup attempt that left more than 270 dead.
A court has convicted an activist, one of 300 arrested in the last year, of subverting state power.