Trump Shifts Muslim Ban to Only Focus on 'Terrorist' Nations
Trump has shifted his policy on banning Muslims to the US.
Kerry to Visit Brussels, London for Talks on UK's EU Exit
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will rush to Brussels and London on Monday to meet the top British and European Union...
More Than 2 Million Sign Petition Seeking New Brexit Vote
More than 2 million Britons and U.K. residents have signed the petition so far.
Draft of Dems' Policy Positions Reflects Sanders' Influence
A draft of the Democratic Party's policy positions reflects the influence of Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign: endorsing...
Arizona Authorities Say 3 Missing Women Met Same Man Online
Mohave County Sheriff's detectives say 69-year-old Robert Lawson Carnochan is a person of interest in the disappearances of...
Blood Stains, Broken Glass at Dance Studio After Shooting
Blood stained the outside of Studio 74 hip hop dance studio and broken glass from a trophy case covered the floor on Saturday...
Extra Security Moves Honorees to Withdraw From Pride Parade
The stepped-up security surrounding San Francisco's LGBT pride celebration has caused two grand marshals and a health clinic...
Former Student Charged in 2 Rape Cases Accepts Plea Deal, Will Only Serve Probation
John Enochs "is profoundly sorry for his lack of judgment," reads a statement.
Iraqi Commander: Fallujah 'Fully Liberated' From IS
A senior Iraqi commander has declared the city of Fallujah "fully liberated" from Islamic State group militants after a more...
EU's Founding Members Want Quick Exit by UK
The European Union must heed "the expectations of the people."
Putin Praises 'All-Embracing' Partnership of Russia, China
Russian President Vladimir Putin emphasized economic ties with China and praised what he called Russia's "all-embracing and...
At Least 14 Killed in Somalia Hotel Attack; Police Say Ended
Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack.
Baltimore Police Union Criticized for Tweets After Acquittal
Baltimore's police chief and City Council president are criticizing the city's police union for online posts that appeared to...
67 Russians Apply for Exemptions to Ban From Rio Olympics
The Russian sports minister says "up to 67 athletes" have applied to track and field's world governing body to be exempted...
Police Identify 3 People Fatally Shot in Washington Suburb
Police have identified the two women and one man who were fatally shot at a home in a Washington suburb
Deaf Teacher's Quest for Armed Service Inspires Student
"I want to show there are no barriers," Keith Nolan said.
World Doping Watchdog Shuts Down Rio Olympic Laboratory
The World Anti-Doping Agency has stopped the laboratory in Rio de Janeiro from conducting tests just weeks before the Olympic...
Car Bomb Near Benghazi Hospital Kills 5 in Eastern Libya
Security and medical officials say a car bomb has gone off outside a hospital in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing...
Committee Deadlocks on Vote Involving Holmes Prison Secrecy
Members of a state committee have failed to agree on whether Colorado's corrections agency violated victims' rights by...
State Trooper Uses Emojis to Deliver Drunken Driving Message
South Carolina is starting a campaign against drinking and driving based on a trooper's tweets using the little graphic icons...
Indianapolis Zoo Ready to Reopen Ride That Stranded 8
A ride that carries Indianapolis Zoo visitors along an elevated track above the orangutan exhibit is scheduled to reopen...
Text: Lawyer Seeks Plea Deal, Doubts Manziel Can Stay Clean
A text message accidentally sent to The Associated Press shows that Johnny Manziel's lawyer is seeking a plea deal in his...
Germany's Merkel at Center Stage as EU Faces Brexit Fallout
Britain's decision to exit the European Union puts German Chancellor Angela Merkel at center stage as the bloc seeks to...
India Irked by China Stalling Its Nuclear Group Membership
India is disappointed with China for raising procedural hurdles to it joining the 48-nation group controlling access to...
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Billy Joel to Join Cuomo on NY Breast Cancer Motorcycle Ride
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will hit the road alongside music icon Billy Joel in a statewide motorcycle ride to raise...
Spain Votes Again in Attempt to Break Government Stalemate
Spaniards are voting in an unprecedented repeat election that aims to break six months of political deadlock after a December...
Photos: Victoria Beckham Steps Out in Yellow
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Photos: Gay Pride Month in Full Effect Across the United States
The Pulse Orlando victims are remembered during Pride celebrations.
Photos: Deadly Tornado Leaves Trail of Destruction
Photographs capture the devastation and the ongoing search for survivors.
Photos: Europe Reacts to 'Brexit'
Voters in the United Kingdom decide to leave the European Union.
Photos: The Week in Pictures: June 18 - 24, 2016
The latest news photos from around the globe.
Photos: Western Wildfires Destroy Homes, Force Evacuations
Erratic winds are feeding fast-moving fires in Southern California.
Photos: Duchess Kate Stuns in a Dress She First Wore in 2011
The life and times of the Duchess of Cambridge.