The end of bulk data collection is expected to meet strong opposition in the Senate.
Bees are the backbone of America's multibillion-dollar agricultural industry, but they are dying at alarming rates.
Conductors and engineers are not the same thing. The former is a type of supervisor, while the latter directly operates locomotives.
Full “engineer induced braking” occurred at that speed — more than twice the designated speed limit — and within seconds the train had derailed, according to the NTSB.
The rest of the U.N. Security Council called on Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to mediate a peace conference.
Hyon Yong-Chol was charged with treason for falling asleep at a military event attended by Kim Jong Un.
With a looming Iran nuclear deal deadline, a ceasefire in Ukraine barely holding and Syria in ruins, smiles and handshakes go a long way.
Reports of isolated shelling and fighting could unravel a ceasefire just hours after it was declared.
Senate Democrats want more trade protections in the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact and likely won't support any bill that doesn't have what they want included.
The first report of its kind reveals homophobia is widespread both in team sports and among fan bases, but progress isn't impossible.
Seventeen people were arrested in clashes following the Conservative Party's surprise victory in the U.K. general elections.
Smoke, explosions and gunfire filled the streets of Kumanovo Saturday as Macedonian police fought a "well-trained terrorist group."
The collapse of Liberia's weak health-care system under Ebola left few resources to address other threats such as polio and measles.
So-called prime minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic says one of two aid workers is "CIA agent" but offers no proof.
A 107-page motion calls for the Baltimore City State's attorney to recuse herself from the Freddie Gray trial and to dismiss all criminal charges against six police officers.
David Cameron is beholden to promises to cap migration and delay benefits for migrants, which could be a disaster for foreigners in the U.K.
European Union UK Membership: European Commission Expects David Cameron To 'Make The Case' For Britain's Continued Association
The European Union's leadership expects Cameron to stave off calls for a British exit from the European bloc.
Polls had predicted a tight race but David Cameron’s Conservative Party overturned predictions with a surprising and emphatic win.
In an especially tight U.K. election, Conservatives are on course to win the most seats, though full results are still unknown.
British news outlets are all over what is expected to be one of the tightest races for parliament in decades. Watch here.
Maybe you haven't heard, but British voters go to the polls on Thursday to vote for a new parliament. It is expected to be one of the tightest general elections in recent history.
The former Pennsylvania senator would be making his second bid for the White House if he announces a run.
The boost comes despite scrutiny over her foundation's finances and her use of private email as secretary of state.
The budget passed 51-46, with all 46 Democratic senators voting no. The first House-Senate budget proposal since 2009, it ratifies a plan to slash spending by $5.3 trillion.
If all goes according to plan, Russia will have a completely revamped military and cybersecurity infrastructure by 2022.
The former CEO of Hewlett-Packard says her business experience makes her qualified for the Republican nomination for president in 2016.
The student union was evacuated and a SWAT team brought in.
Saturday's attacks were the latest in a string in recent weeks that authorities say were perpetrated by Islamic State group militants.
The quake is not expected to lead to any fatalities or cause serious damage to residents along Japan's coast.
The officer was transported to the Carolinas Medical Center to be treated for a gunshot wound to the stomach.