April 7 was National Beer Day in the United States.
Relatives of members of the Chinese Communist Party’s past and current top leadership have been named in leaked documents known as the Panama Papers.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark says she is a candidate to become the first woman secretary-general of the United Nations.
The social media service Twitter has won the rights to broadcast Thursday night U.S. National Football League (NFL) games.
The new SAT college entrance exam has arrived.
United States officials say 21 people were arrested for their reported involvement in a plot to help foreign nationals stay in the country illegally.
With a victory in the state of Wisconsin, Texas Senator Ted Cruz slowed Donald Trump’s push to capture the Republican Party’s presidential nomination.
It may be the month of April, but Americans are still talking about March Madness.
The prime minister of Iceland, Sigmunder Gunnlaugsson, resigned Tuesday.
Jaelyn Young seemed both excited and frightened about what her life would be like when she joined the Islamic State in Syria.