Thursday, March 26, 2015
The U.S. Congress on Tuesday awarded its highest U.S. civilian honor to golfing great Jack Nicklaus, who accepted the gold medal with a few tears, humility and humor.
A former hip-hop and rap promoter was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison plus 20 years for a murder-for-hire plot that a judge described as “heinous” and “vile.”
A U.S. video journalist arrested while covering the unrest in Ferguson after the police shooting of Michael Brown plans to fight the charges at trial.
The United States on Tuesday removed sanctions on nearly five dozen shipping companies, trading firms and individuals that had been blacklisted for links to Cuba.
Washington's block on crucial IMF reforms has pushed the crisis lender into discussions of other options, with one proposal potentially slashing U.S. voting power nearly in half, AFP learned Tuesday.
Hard rock giants Van Halen on Tuesday announced an extensive North American tour, three years after the band canceled dates due to exhaustion.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
At least 37 people were killed when a bus swerved into oncoming traffic in Peru Monday, leading to a multi-vehicle collision involving two other buses and a truck, authorities said.
Utah became the only state to allow firing squads for executions Monday when Gov. Gary Herbert signed a law approving the controversial method's use when no lethal-injection drugs are available.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that two Nissan recalls didn't go far enough to fix a problem with front-seat air bag seat sensors.