On July 18th, Republicans begin a four-day meeting in Cleveland, Ohio, to choose their party’s candidate for president.
Recent shootings broadcast on live streaming apps are raising ethical questions about the use of the technology.
Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein has been dead for almost ten years.
The investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state appears likely to end with no criminal charges.
Michael Phelps has become the first American male swimmer to qualify for five Olympics.
Pat Summitt led the women’s basketball program at the University of Tennessee for 38 years.
President Barack Obama is again urging the United States Congress to act on immigration.
In a rare and difficult mission, a plane successfully rescued two sick workers from the U.S. science station at the South Pole Wednesday.
Democrats Demand Gun Reforms
VOA spoke to terrorism experts who said IS supporters in the U.S. have little in common.