Wikileaks released new documents Saturday alleging the U.S. National Security Agency spied on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and over a dozen top officials.
A British family missing for months says they have joined the Islamic State group in Syria and released a statement urging "all Muslims to rush to the command of your Khalif."
In Mississippi, the Confederate battle emblem is sewn right into the state flag. The history and pain of those stars and bars still runs deep in the Magnolia State.
A team of scientists is warning that rising ocean temperatures could irreversibly harm marine life, and that developing countries would be most severely affected.
Friends of alleged mass shooter Dylann Roof could face charges, if authorities find that they were aware of his alleged plans to carry out the attack.
Protests were sparked after a man died in police custody. Critics say that the Dutch police practice ethnic profiling and discriminate against immigrants.
The Texas Senator's call came after the body passed a resolution to condemn Israel's conduct during the 2014 Gaza war. The U.S. was the only country to vote against it.
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