Wednesday, March 18, 2015
The botched execution of a murderer in Oklahoma last year resembled a scene from “a horror movie” according witness interviews published Monday which laid bare the scale of the fiasco surrounding the procedure.
More than 16 million Americans have gained coverage since U.S. President Barack Obama's health care law took effect five years ago, the administration said Monday.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff pledged Monday to hold talks with her growing number of critics and said her embattled government needed to show humility, a day after massive protests erupted across the country.
McDonald's workers in 19 cities have filed complaints over burns from popping grease, a lack of protective equipment and other workplace hazards, according to labor organizers.
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
About 1.5 million protesters hit the streets across Brazil on Sunday in a major show of anger against leftist President Dilma Rousseff, who faces crises from a faltering economy to a massive corruption scandal at state oil giant Petrobras.
Iran nuclear talks entered a critical week Monday with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart sitting down in Switzerland seeking an elusive breakthrough after 18 months of intense negotiations.
American police charged a young African-American man on Sunday in connection with the shooting in Ferguson last week that wounded two police officers and rekindled tension in the racially troubled Missouri city.
NASA challenged the public and amateur scientists delivered, coming up with a software application that can help identify more asteroids, some of which endanger our planet.
Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade made history Sunday as two gay and lesbian groups marched after decades of opposition and a case that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.