Doctors Without Borders has announced that it has withdrawn from the Afghan city, after its hospital there was bombed, in what may have been a U.S. air strike.
The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings for parts of South Carolina Saturday, after President Obama declared a state of emergency amid severe storms.
The Pope opened a meeting Sunday where Catholic clergy will debate issues around family. The firing of a cleric who came out as gay Saturday may cast a pall over the meet.
Sales of the most popular electric cars are plummeting in the U.S., but rich buyers are not shying away from Teslas.
Prime Minister David Cameron said the move, in conjunction with a boost to funding for the country's special forces, was intended to help combat the Islamic State group.
Officials said they expected the death toll to rise into the hundreds, and that hopes of finding further survivors were fading, as grief-stricken relatives continued to search.
Despite Volkswagen’s lack of communication with dealers about when the car fixes will come, dealers from Ohio to Florida said they aren’t sweating a significant loss of sales.
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