Tyler Mulvenna worked three jobs last summer, but was still short the money he needed to pay for college.
Some Americans say the United States should consider providing nuclear arms to Japan and South Korea, America’s closest military allies in Asia.
The Brazilian Senate voted on Thursday to put President Dilma Rousseff on trial for breaking budget laws by 55 votes to 22.
President Barack Obama will become the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, Japan.
NASA — the U.S. space agency — said it found nearly 1,300 planets outside our solar system.
Former Facebook workers said this week that the social media company often avoided letting news popular among conservative Americans appear in its “Trending” section.
Sadiq Khan is the new mayor of London.
In a surprise move, the acting speaker of Brazil’s lower chamber of Congress called for a new vote in the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff.
The American car-maker General Motors and Lyft Incorporated, a ride-sharing service, reportedly will start testing GM automobiles as driverless taxis.
American Douglas Lindsay left prison last November — after 19 years and 28 days.