Former President Bill Clinton accepted $2.5 million from 13 major companies that lobbied the U.S. State Department during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala expressed fears of a dramatic rise in fatalities and appealed to the international community for more help.
After a long night of looting, fire and civil unrest, the cleanup in Baltimore is already underway. Municipal employees, volunteers and city officials are leading the efforts.
Freddie Gray's family asked for peace. But violence, looting and fires swept across Baltimore on Monday night as police struggled to contain the chaos.
Through a combination of Big Data and Big Brother, China aims to hold its citizens accountable for financial decisions and moral choices.
The "Will It Blend?" marketing series has tested a range of popular tech products, including the iPad and iPhone.
According to a monitoring group, ISIS has executed an average of seven people every day since the establishment of its "caliphate" in Syria.
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