Tornadoes In The South: Texas Residents Struck By Multiple Storms That Leave At Least 6 Dead
Several tornadoes in north Texas Saturday claimed 11 lives, in the latest case of storms sweeping across the southern U.S.
Costa Rica To Deport 56 Cuban Migrants After Halting Transit Visas
Costa Rica's immigration director announced Saturday that 56 people trying to get to the U.S. will be sent home.
Amid Chinese Territory Disputes, Japan To Grow An Island Out of Coral
Japan is attempting to revive the coral reef that forms the island of Okinotorishima, which it contends is needed for the country's military.
Christmas Prayers 2015: 4 Blessings To Say During Yuletide Celebrations
Here are four short prayers you can recite on Christmas Day, in between family events and festivities.
Illegal Immigration 2015: DHS May Deport Hundreds Of Families Following Year Of Decreased Deportation Numbers
Raids targeting immigrants from Latin America are to be launched in January, sources told the Washington Post.
Who Is Bobby Daniels? Family Of Man Fatally Shot By Georgia Police Dispute Officials' Account
A black security guard was trying to take a gun from his son and did not point it at a sheriff's deputy, family members said.
Ben Carson Says Campaign Team Remains In Place, Despite Earlier Suggestions Of Impending Staffing Shake-Up
The Republican, whose run for the presidency has been lagging, initially told reporters that "personnel changes" were possible.
US Suspends $1.2B In Funding From Civil Asset Forfeiture Program To Police Departments
A program to use money from seized assets to finance law enforcement agencies was suspended in the omnibus spending bill.
Marijuana Reform 2015: Pittsburgh City Council Votes To Decriminalize Small Amounts Of Pot
Council members voted Monday to give police officers the option of issuing a fine for pot possession, rather than charging violators with a misdemeanor.
Blood Donation Ban From Gay Men Ends, Criticism Starts As 1-Year Abstinence Policy Established
Federal health officials said Monday that gay men can donate blood only if they have not had sex with other men within 12 months — sparking criticism.
Spain Election 2015: Coalition Government Eyed, Stocks Drop As Splintered Results With No Majority Winner Signal Upcoming Political Instability
Spanish stocks fell on Monday, following a general election that left the incumbent party with no majority and no obvious coalition path.
Miss World 2015 Live Stream: Where To Watch Online
The worldwide competition wraps up Saturday in the Beauty Crown Grand Theatre in Sanya, China.
Elf On The Shelf 2015: A History Of The Children's Christmas Story That Spawned A Worldwide Trend
What started as a simple children's book idea barely a decade ago has since grown into a cultural phenomenon.
H-1B, L-1 Visa Fees: Indian Companies May Soon Pay $2,000 To Sponsor Skilled Foreign Workers
The move comes as part of the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, which funds treatment for 9/11 first responders.
Cheap Christmas Flights 2015: Last Minute Tips For Using Frequent Flyer Miles To Get The Best Deals
Some common tips to keep in mind while redeeming your frequent flyer miles in time for the holiday rush are to try booking off-peak flights and consider spending the miles on upgrades.
Will Ben Carson Leave GOP? After Reports Of A Potential Brokered Republican Convention, Presidential Candidate Blasts RNC
The presidential candidate said a brokered convention, which some Republican officials are reportedly considering, would "destroy" the party.
'Refugees' Is Germany's Word Of The Year 2015 After 12 Months Of Migration, Asylum Seekers From Middle East
The Society for the German Language selected its Word of the Year as "Flüchtlinge," meaning "refugees," with "Je suis Charlie" coming in second place.
Election 2016: Warren Buffett Backs Hillary Clinton At Fundraiser For Wall Street Executives
Buffett attended a fundraiser for Clinton Wednesday night that reportedly hosted 12 Wall Street executives.
Chipotle E. Coli And Norovirus Outbreaks Update: Amid Public Relations Crisis, Chain Urged To Be Transparent About Food Process
E. coli and norovirus outbreaks have smeared the restaurant chain’s reputation for offering high-quality, ethically sourced ingredients.
United Airlines To End Service To Dubai, Blames 'Subsidized' Gulf Competitors For Driving Down Profit
The airline's last flight from Washington Dulles to Dubai will take off Jan. 25.
US Visa Waiver Program Reform Bill: Amid Donald Trump Anti-Muslim Comments, Proposed Travel Restrictions Will Boost Discrimination, Opponents Say
The U.S. House of Representatives voted 407-19 Tuesday to approve restrictions to a program that lets some travelers enter the U.S. without visas.
What Is ISIL? Why President Obama Won't Call The Islamic State 'ISIS'
In his latest speech, the president continued using his administration's term for the terror group.
Obama Speech Live Updates: President Addresses The Nation From The Oval Office On ISIS Terror Threat
In a rare speech from the Oval Office, President Barack Obama laid out his plan to defeat terrorism.
Skyrocketing Prescription Drug Costs: Congressional Hearing Set To Tackle Pharmaceutical Companies' Price Hikes
Among the pharmaceutical companies to be examined Wednesday for dramatic price hikes are Valeant and Turing.
Orbital ATK Launch: Rocket Blasts Off Carrying Supplies For International Space Station
Sunday afternoon's launch marks the first shipment to the International Space Station from the United States in months.
Pearl Harbor's 74th Anniversary: Events, Facts And Photos Commemorating December 7, 1941
More than 2,400 American lives were claimed on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Imperial Japanese Navy struck Pearl Harbor, bringing the U.S. into World War II.
Laquan McDonald Shooting Update: Justice Department Reportedly To Investigate Chicago Police For Civil Rights Violations
Politicians, activists and black leaders have been calling for a federal investigation into the Chicago's police department, following the release of graphic footage showing a white police officer fatally shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times.
Should The Fiancé Visa Be Overhauled? After San Bernardino Shooting Suspect Revelation, Debate On K-1 Process Rages
Although shooting suspect Tashfeen Malik entered the U.S. with a K-1 visa, lawyers and immigration experts say the screening process is already rigorous.
Boston Bomb Threat Update: Police Shut Down Street After Suitcase Found Near Parked Homeland Security Vehicle
Law enforcement shut down Atlantic Avenue Friday and brought in a bomb squad to investigate what appeared to be a suitcase near a parked vehicle.
Four Louisiana Corrections Officers Indicted By Federal Grand Jury In Death Of 19-Year-Old Nimali Henry
Officers from the St. Bernard Parish Prison allegedly violated 19-year-old inmate Nimeli Henry's civil rights by ignoring her medical needs, leading to her death.