Indian officials are blaming extremely hot weather for more than 2,000 deaths in the country.
The United States Senate has agreed to begin debate on a bill to reform how the nation fights terrorism.
A U.S. official says Qatar has agreed to temporarily extend travel and other restrictions on five top Taliban members.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry returns home Monday after breaking his leg in a bicycle accident.
In the 1960s U.S., a tattoo was usually a sign of anti-social or illegal activity.
Reporters are following the story of Muslim Rohingya and Bangladeshis as they go overseas in search of a better future.
Our story begins at the John Burroughs Elementary School in Washington, DC. The school’s kindergarten students are staying late today — an hour after classes normally end.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter said corruption scandals within the world soccer organization have brought “shame and humiliation” on the sport.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Thursday he his hopeful Iran and a group of world powers can reach a final agreement on his country’s nuclear program “within a reasonable period of time.”
Just a week after entering the Twitter world with his new handle, @POTUS, U.S. President Barack Obama was on Twitter Thursday answering questions on climate change.