Monday, March 16, 2015
While more than 70 percent of U.S. states now allow same-sex marriage, the waves of change have yet to reach America's far-flung and socially conservative territories in the Caribbean and Pacific.
Sunday, March 15, 2015
At least 42 people were killed Saturday when a tour bus plunged into a wooded ravine in southern Brazil, according to the regional government.
The United States moved toward another political showdown over public debt Friday as the Treasury took steps to keep the government open and urged Congress to lift the borrowing limit.
Chile declared a state of emergency Friday and ordered the evacuation of up to 16,000 people as a raging forest fire led to at least one death and threatened the historic port city of Valparaiso.
The mayor of Ferguson rejected growing calls Friday to resign in the aftermath of a blistering U.S. government report into the fatal police shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.
An American health care worker who contracted Ebola while volunteering in a Sierra Leone treatment unit is in serious condition after arriving at the National Institutes of Health's hospital near Washington, officials said Friday.
A group retracing the steps of civil rights leader Martin Luther King's 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery march arrived Friday at the Alabama Capitol, calling for an end to new ballot restrictions enacted in the 50 years since the landmark Voting Rights Act.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
The troubled U.S. community of Ferguson, Missouri — scene of months of protests and racial tension — was on a knife's edge again Thursday after two police officers were shot.
Piling on more embarrassment for Hillary Clinton amid a row about her emails, U.S. officials revealed Thursday that during her time as secretary of state she had eschewed a government-issued cellphone.
Divers have found the bodies of two of 11 troops killed in a U.S. Army helicopter crash off the Florida coast, officials said Thursday about one of the worst military mishaps in years.