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.
"These six officers would not have been charged if it weren’t for that video.”
The former soccer player is one of 20,000 foreign fighters waging war in Syria and Iraq on behalf of the likes of the Islamic State group, according to a news report.
In Turkey, Italy, Ukraine and elsewhere, protesters clashed with police over corruption and wasteful spending.
It's a nice chunk of change for the Vermont independent, but a drop in the ocean of what could be a $4 billion presidential race.
As a third straight Baltimore curfew took effect, new revelations about the arrest and death of Freddie Gray have prompted more questions.
Demonstrators' mood wavered between celebratory and angry as they moved through the City of Brotherly Love Thursday night.
The largest fires engulfed an unfinished senior center and a CVS pharmacy that was looted in the chaos of Monday night.
Russia invited 68 world leaders to attend what is expected to be a spectacular Victory Day parade on May 9, but only 30 are expected to attend.
A prisoner who was in the van with Gray said while he couldn't see the 25-year-old, he could hear him "banging against the walls."
Toya Graham was protecting her son and sought to keep him clear of potential violence in what became a viral encounter.