Thursday, August 20, 2015
Climate change, cholera and the return of thousands of emigrants from the neighboring Dominican Republican are fueling a humanitarian crisis in Haiti, the United Nations (UN) warned Tuesday.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
A computer breach at the U.S. tax collecting agency in which thieves stole tax information from thousands of taxpayers is much bigger than the agency originally disclosed.
Two men fell from the 14th floor of a University of Hawaii dormitory -- one of them to his death while trying to pull the other from a ledge, Honolulu police said.
A judge in Ecuador on Monday refused to deport a Franco-Brazilian journalist who was covering protests against President Rafael Correa's government.
The U.S. State Department review of Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails so far has found as many as 305 messages that could contain classified information and require further scrutiny by federal agencies, the department said Monday.
Press "S" for space? A Canadian company wants to build a tower that would allow astronauts to take an elevator part way into orbit.
All the lady wanted was some chicken. But in shortage-plagued Venezuela, she waited in line five hours, only to go home empty-handed.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Now that federal investigators have Hillary Rodham Clinton's homebrew email server, they could examine files on her machine that would be more revelatory than the emails themselves.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters demanded Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's resignation Sunday, blaming her and the leftist Workers' Party for runaway corruption and looming recession in Latin America's biggest country.