If you are lucky enough to win America’s Powerball lottery jackpot Wednesday night, you could take home all or part of an estimated $1.5 billion.
Turkish forces have killed 200 Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has announced.
British actor Alan Rickman has died after a battle with cancer.
The nominations for the year’s Academy Awards have been announced.
Al Jazeera America, the three-year-old cable news channel that promised to cover in-depth journalism in the U.S., is closing.
A conflict is forming on the streets of New York City between legal and illegal food trucks and carts.
States and local communities in the United States gained more control over education standards and testing last week.
Sounding more like the candidate of hope and change, U.S. President Barack Obama looked past members of Congress and delivered his final State of the Union message straight to the American people.
Obama got together recently with Jerry Seinfeld to record an episode of the comedian’s popular web series.
An explosion in the historic square of Sultanahmet in Istanbul left at least 10 people dead and wounded 15 others Tuesday.