Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Protesters torched a state government building in southern Mexico on Monday in a day of angry demonstrations over the disappearance of 43 students missing since gang-linked police attacked them.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Bolivian President Evo Morales declared victory Sunday and exit polls showed him romping to a third term with more than 60 percent of the vote, giving him a strong mandate to expand his leftist reforms.
The gate opens and the bull charges into the arena, two cowboys on horseback in hot pursuit.
More demonstrations are planned over the shooting of a black 18-year-old by a white police officer in suburban Ferguson this summer, after 17 people were arrested during weekend protests, St. Louis police said.
The eight remaining abortion clinics in Texas are reporting a spike in the number of phone calls and longer waits for appointments after a federal court allowed enforcement of the last of Texas' new strict abortion regulations.
A troubled detective hunting a serial killer in rural Louisiana, a chemistry teacher with inoperable lung cancer reinvented as a drugs kingpin, a bisexual woman doing jail time for aiding and abetting her drug mule ex-girlfriend.
Four new films couldn't catch “Gone Girl” at theaters this weekend.
Brazilian presidential hopeful Aecio Neves on Sunday earned a key endorsement in his bid to defeat incumbent Dilma Rousseff — from environmentalist candidate Marina Silva.
When Southwest Airlines recently introduced a new paint job for its planes, a senior executive joked that at 43 years old and being from Dallas, it was time for the airline to get a face-lift.