This week, Americans remember an important date in history: one hundred fifty years ago, President Abraham Lincoln was killed.
Hollywood actress and filmmaker Angelina Jolie told the world this week that she had had another operation to reduce her chance of getting cancer.
Most children have heard their parents at one time or another yell “sit up straight!” or “don’t slouch!”
President Barack Obama announced Tuesday that the U.S. will not reduce troop numbers in Afghanistan this year.
The United States has almost a fourth of the world’s prison population — more than two million people, to be exact.
Yemen’s Shi’ite rebels made progress Tuesday in southern Yemen fighting with militias loyal to the country’s current president.
An airplane carrying 150 passengers and crew crashed Tuesday in the French Alps.
Soldiers loyal to Yemen’s president fought off Houthi rebels early Monday.
Former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew died early Monday. He was 91 years old.
Afghanistan’s leaders are in the United States this week.