A court in Senegal has sentenced Hissène Habré to life in prison for crimes committed during his eight-year-rule.
Forces in Iraq and Syria made gains Sunday in their attempts to recapture Islamic-State controlled territory.
Bomb-disposal experts have defused a U.S. explosive discovered at the airport in Hannover.
As many as 700 people may have drowned in three shipwrecks in the last few days off the coast of southern Italy.
The presumptive Republican nominee harshly criticized the judge presiding over a Trump University lawsuit.
New albums from Fifth Harmony and Ariana Grande take two different sonic and lyrical approaches to an age-old dichotomy.
The latest GOP health-care proposal doesn’t repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Reynaldo Bignone is already serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity.
A tropical storm warning has been issued for coastal areas of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
Having offered to square off against the Vermont senator, the Republican front-runner thought better of it and backed out.
President Obama only visited Hiroshima, one of two cities on which the U.S. dropped atomic bombs in 1945.
Friday’s deal would put more than 35,000 people back to work.
Next week an auction house in France will sell hundreds of Native American items, some of which are considered sacred.
A security research company has found ties between $81 million stolen from the central bank of Bangladesh, the Sony email hacks, and bank thefts across the world.
The court ruled 4-3 Friday the punishment was cruel and unusual under the state’s constitution.
On Thursday, the Defense Department said that in order to blend in, special-operation forces often don the insignia of forces they accompany. On Friday, after Turkey complained, a spokesman called the action “unauthorized and inappropriate.”
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Some U.S. cities are looking into hiring private contractors and moving away from the TSA after a month of historically long lines.
The president is the first sitting American leader to make a trip to the city that was bombed by the U.S. with a nuclear device.
A Greek archaeologist says he has located the classical philosopher’s final resting place.