The disaster has claimed over 2,400 lives and destroyed much of the country's cultural heritage.
Civilian casualties are inevitable, and the U.S. appears willing to accept them.
Following scrutiny from regulators, the controversial deal has been scrapped—which is welcome news to many.
A horrifying intelligence failure in Pakistan, Hillary's campaign begins in earnest, and more
The president acknowledged Thursday that a U.S. strike, for the first time, had killed Western prisoners of al-Qaeda in Pakistan.
In a scathing open letter, UVA's associate dean of students Nicole Eramo accused the publication of causing her personal and professional harm.
The Saudi ceasefire in Yemen lasts only hours, trying to unravel a mysterious death in Baltimore police custody, and more.
A renewed bombing campaign in the Arab world's poorest country is occurring amid dangerous shortages in fuel, food, and medicine.
Hundreds of migrants are feared dead after their boat capsized north of Libya.
A suicide bombing in Jalalabad, blamed on the Islamic State, shows that the country's terrorist problem is worsening.
Her much-anticipated run for the presidency officially began on Sunday with an announcement by campaign chief John Podesta.
A brief guide to the major sticking points
A lengthy report by the Columbia Journalism Review cites "systematic" failures in the magazine's article about alleged rape at the University of Virginia.
Anthony Ray Hinton was exonerated after spending 30 years on Death Row.
Despite territorial losses and leadership assassinations, the Somali terrorist group remains a potent threat to civilians.
The Los Angeles Angels slugger won't be suspended after relapsing. But rather than rejoice, his team wants him out.
Ali Abdullah Saleh, ousted in the Arab Spring protests, has re-emerged as the country's most influential man.
The New York Times journalist, who wrote his last article on Thursday, was a master at conveying the bravery of ordinary humans.
But the relatives of Meredith Kircher are no closer to learning the truth about her death.
The founding father and first prime minister of Singapore died Sunday. He was a dominant figure beyond his country's borders.