Russia Warns Denmark It Could Become Nuclear Target
March 21 2015 1:24 PM EDT
“I do not think that the Danes fully understand the consequences" of joining a NATO defense program, a Russian diplomat says.
New York High School Apologizes For Arabic Pledge
March 21 2015 1:00 PM EDT
Pine Bush High School's principal has apologized for allowing the Pledge of Allegiance to be said in Arabic.
US Completing Pullout Of Special Forces In Yemen
March 21 2015 11:44 AM EDT
The last U.S. military personnal are departing al-Annad air base after al Qaeda militants reportedly escaped in two nearby prison breaks.
Kerry, Hammond Urge Iran To Make 'Difficult Decisions'
March 21 2015 11:00 AM EDT
"We recognize that fundamental decisions have to be made now, and they don't get any easier as time goes by," the U.S. secretary of state says.
Ferguson-Area Schools Take On Local Civil Unrest In Classrooms
March 21 2015 9:02 AM EDT
After Michael Brown's death sparked civil unrest last year, educators in the area of Ferguson, Missouri, used it as a learning opportunity.
Iran's President Says Nuclear Deal Issues Can Be Resolved
March 21 2015 8:54 AM EDT
Negotiations between Iran and the six world powers are set to resume next week.
Hot Plate Responsible For Fire That Killed 7 Children In New York
March 21 2015 6:28 AM EDT
Seven children died and two people were critically injured in a fire that broke out in a Brooklyn residence Saturday.
Confirm Loretta Lynch Already, Obama Tells Congress
March 21 2015 6:00 AM EDT
Loretta Lynch has had to wait 134 days and counting for the U.S. Congress to hold a vote confirming her as attorney general.
France Says Deal With Iran Must Be Robust, Guarantee No Atomic Bomb
March 21 2015 4:46 AM EDT
Iran and six world powers suspended negotiations on a nuclear agreement on Friday, and are set to meet next week to try and break a deadlock.
Judge Orders US To Release Photos Of Military Detainee Abuse
March 21 2015 3:52 AM EDT
The ruling has been stayed for 60 days to allow the government to consider an appeal, in a case that has dragged on for more than a decade.
Federal Judge In Wisconsin Finds State Abortion Law Unconstitutional
March 21 2015 3:36 AM EDT
The law requires any doctor performing an abortion to have privileges to admit patients to a nearby hospital.
UN Warns Of Severe Global Water Deficit By 2030
March 21 2015 2:25 AM EDT
In 15 years, the world might be left with only 60 percent of the water it needs, according to a new U.N. report.
Suspect Shot Dead After New Orleans Airport Stabbings
March 20 2015 10:15 PM EDT
Police shot and killed the suspect, who knifed two people at a TSA checkpoint at the New Orleans airport.
Is Ted Cruz's 'Important Speech' A Presidential Announcement?
March 20 2015 7:40 PM EDT
"You're going to want to be there," a Cruz staffer told the Daily Beast about the speech.
Cops Were At Strip Club Before Fatal NYC Crash
March 20 2015 7:15 PM EDT
Two people were killed in the accident, including Linden Police Officer Frank Viggiano.
Active Ingredient In Popular Weed Killer May Cause Cancer
March 20 2015 6:33 PM EDT
Glyphosate, one of the world's most common weed killers, is a "probable carcinogen."
Kapersky Denies 'Russian Spies' Allegations In Bloomberg Report
March 20 2015 6:08 PM EDT
The Bloomberg report alleged the Russian cybersecurity expert was giving customer info to Russian intelligence and hiring former officers.
Obama Calls On Iran To Release American Detainees
March 20 2015 5:51 PM EDT
U.S. President Barack Obama called on Iran to release three Americans and to help find missing person Robert Levinson.
30 Investigators Probing Mississippi Man's Hanging Death
March 20 2015 5:39 PM EDT
Otis Byrd, 54, was found hanging from a tree just miles from his home in Mississippi.
Potatoes That Won't Bruise, Apples That Won't Brown
March 20 2015 3:26 PM EDT
The U.S. FDA approved genetically modified Arctic apples and Innate potatoes — but stopped short of requiring the GMO label.