Salt Lake County officials in Utah announced the death on Friday.
In 2015, 1.1 million asylum-seekers arrived in the country. In the first six months of this year, 222,000 have arrived.
The CEO of the blood-testing company has been banned from owning and operating laboratories for two years.
The Obama administration announced new measures against the North Korean leader and 10 other officials for human-rights abuses.
Instructors are to blame for the drowning death in a pool exercise in May, investigators say.
The army says 20 people, all foreign national nationals, were killed. ISIS claimed responsibility.
Global track and field’s governing body will allow whistle-blower Yuliya Stepanova to compete in Rio as a neutral athlete.
Investigators in Egypt are still analyzing data from the "black box" to determine what caused the May 19 crash.
The world’s youngest country is short on cash as it fights a civil war.
Researchers in Lithuania found the 115-foot tunnel used by 11 Jewish prisoners.
For the first time in more than 55 years, a U.S. company operates a hotel in Havana.
The legendary University of Tennessee women’s basketball coach dies after battling Alzheimer’s disease. She was 64.
Earl Ray Tomblin, the state’s governor, said Friday 14 people were killed.
The World Anti-Doping Agency suspended the lab in Rio that tests urine and blood samples just ahead of the Olympics.
The NHL approved Las Vegas for a new team starting in the 2017-18 season.
The U.S. Justice Department charged 301 people for $900 million in false billings.
Two businessmen who allegedly bribed four officers were major campaign fundraisers for Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Police say 13 people were killed and 42 injured in weekend shootings.
Turkish authorities are worried Islamist extremists may react violently, but LGBT activists say a ban is a violation of their rights.
At least 35 people died after heavy rains in the Southeast Asian country.