Saturday, July 18, 2015
The first of 15 mainland Chinese citizens indicted in a university entrance exam test-taking scandal pleaded guilty Thursday before a federal judge in Pittsburgh.
Friday, July 17, 2015
Mexico City's government imposed regulations on Wednesday for ride-booking applications such as Uber and Cabify, requiring them to get permits to operate and pay a fee following an uproar from taxi drivers.
Grand jury testimony from 1950, unsealed in the United States Wednesday, has called into question the outcome of one of the most sensational spy trials of the Cold War era.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday confronted critics of the nuclear deal reached with Iran, saying they were at odds with "99 percent" of the world and had failed to offer any real alternative.
Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, at 91 the oldest living former president, was being treated at a hospital early Thursday for a broken bone in his neck suffered in a fall and was wearing a brace.
Canada's provincial Northwest Territories government has been talking to pipeline companies about shipping crude oil through the Arctic, according to the territory's minister in charge of resource development.
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Search crews looking for a small plane that crashed in north-central Washington with three people aboard said Tuesday night they have located wreckage in the general area where a crash survivor emerged from the woods.
U.S. President Barack Obama Tuesday called for a vast overhaul of the U.S. justice system that would give convicts the vote, curb the use of solitary confinement and end mandatory sentences.
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton vowed Tuesday that Iran will never be able to acquire atomic weapons if she is elected to the White House.
Jurors will begin deliberating Wednesday whether accused "Batman" theater gunman James Holmes was sane when he cold-bloodedly opened fire on a packed Colorado cinema three years ago.