Speakers, including former President Bill Clinton, fourth from left, stand at the opening of ceremonies to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, in Oklahoma City, Sunday, April 19, 2015.
18 Republican White House hopefuls, who gathered in key early primary state of New Hampshire, face challenge of arguing country needs new economic stewardship
James Comey comment in Washington Post about Poland's alleged responsibility for Holocaust during World War II, prompted outcry, condemnation
Report says in 2014, 41.8 million tons of e-waste - mostly cell phones, refrigerators, washing machines, other domestic appliances - were dumped around the globe
Reviewed cases before 2000 include defendants sentenced to death
Attorney General Eric Holder says 'through the resilience of the American people,' nation recommitted itself to fundamental values 'that make this country a beacon of freedom'
Reported Russian spying effort used holes in Adobe's Flash, Microsoft's Windows, company says
Marquis crossed the Atlantic on original Hermione in 1780 to report that France was sending military aid to colonists in their war of independence
President Obama also took up the issue Saturday in his weekly address, saying there 'no greater threat to our planet than climate change'
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says Greece must go through 'every line' in its budget to draft a reform plan to satisfy its international creditors
U.S. lawmakers agreed on draft legislation this week to give the White House “fast track” authority to negotiate a free trade deal with Pacific nations. If approved, the bill gives lawmakers the authority to set trade objectives, but limits their ability to make changes once agreement is reached. Trade officials say the bill would help President Barack Obama realize his so called “Asia pivot,” but as Mil Arcega reports, it also sets the stage for economic and political divisions at home.
Reports in Iran say Jason Rezaian has been charged with espionage, but brother tells VOA indictment has not been made public
Days after Islamic State group captured three villages on Ramadi's eastern outskirts, area remains strongly contested by militants and Iraqi Security Forces
Like many people, Bree Britt dreamed of starting her own business. But unlike many people, the 16-year-old didn’t wait till she grew up to become an entrepreneur. She’s already launched her own business. Bree may not have the experience, but as Faiza Elmasry tells us, she has more than enough enthusiasm and support. Faith Lapidus narrates.
Efforts include probing US power grids for vulnerabilities, marking a significant escalation in hack attacks
US president made comment during joint press conference at the White House with visiting Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
Move seen as key test for Obama administration program aiming to shield 4.7 million undocumented immigrants from deportation
White House says gathering will be an opportunity for leaders to discuss ways to enhance their partnership and deepen security cooperation
Bill and Denise Richard, whose son was killed in attack, say sentencing appeals will only extend their agony
Shenzhen-based DJI estimates that it already has about 70 percent of the commercial market worldwide and federal records suggest it is also expanding quickly in the US