The U.S. put Cuba on the terrorism list in 1982 after Havana supported armed guerrilla movements in Latin America. The long-awaited move is the latest development in ongoing diplomatic talks between the two nations.
A flooded apartment complex in San Marcos, Texas, points to the broader challenge cities face in balancing urban growth with floodplain risks.
After a week of widespread and catastrophic flash flooding in Texas, storms this weekend are expected to once again pound the region.
The U.S. economy shrank in the first three months of the year, driven by a slowdown in shipping due to West Coast port disputes.
The blood-soaked, blockbuster shark attack picture is being shown in theaters this summer to celebrate the film's 40th anniversary.
Few Indians have PCs, but more have smartphones — and they don't mind using the handsets to shop online.
U.S. auto sales are at the strongest pace since last summer, but 2015 could signal the end of a post-recession auto industry growth cycle.
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