A U.N. envoy said that the conflict had left entire neighborhoods in Gaza in “total ruin” and that nearly 100,000 had been left homeless.
Protesters interrupted a St. Louis County council meeting to demand the removal of the prosecutor in the Michael Brown shooting case.
Feds accuse the for-profit college company of using unfair debt-collection practices against students who've taken out loans.
Mufid Elfgeeh, who lived and worked in New York, was an ISIS recruiter with plans for an attack on U.S. soil.
Roger Goodell is not “fair and impartial,” players' union says, appealing the suspension after abuse allegations.
Despite state "pay-to-play" rules, N.J. pension investment officials consider putting state dollars into a fund with ties to Republican donors.
Islamist fighters tried to advance on Libya's Benghazi airport, killing nine soldiers and wounding at least 30.