FILE - Job applicant Lazaro Fonte, right, 24, of Miami, talks with Banana Republic assistant manager Edward Ortega, during a job fair at Dolphin Mall in Miami.
Fireworks at Democratic presidential debate focused on money: Hillary Clinton's acceptance of donations and speaking fees from Wall Street, and how Bernie Sanders will pay for proposals
Martin Shkreli subpoenaed to appear before congressional hearing after his former company raised price of Daraprim, drug used for treating AIDS and certain types of cancer, from $13.50 to $750 per pill
Maurice White, who suffered from Parkinson's disease, 'passed away peacefully in his sleep' at his home Wednesday in Los Angeles, his brother said
Two remaining US Democratic presidential candidates hold tense and angry debate in New Hampshire, days before state holds nation's first presidential primary
A former U.S. pharmaceutical business executive has angered lawmakers by refusing to explain why he raised the price of a life-saving pill by 5,000 percent. Martin Shkreli was removed from a congressional hearing on Thursday after citing his Fifth Amendment right to stay silent. Zlatica Hoke has more.
Democratic presidential candidates scrap in New Hampshire about who is the true progressive in the race and who is beholden to big-money interests
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, tells VOA that while the US will likely see small clusters of people infected with the Zika virus, a massive outbreak isn't likely
Increased activity by other countries in ground operations helps US accelerate fight against Islamic State militants, Ash Carter said Thursday
Leaders mark anniversary of joint initiative begun to help end armed conflict, drug trade; Obama calls Colombia a country 'on the brink of peace'
Forty-five university teams from 17 countries participated in ‘Peer to Peer,’ aimed at creating measurable impact on campus and community
News that Hillary Clinton's GOP predecessors might have received such information on nonsecure servers could blunt Republican criticism about her own emails
Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in last year's finals, are off to historically strong start in quest to repeat, sporting 45-4 record so far this season
Genius.com, a collection of crowdsourced musical knowledge, now wants to annotate any text online and let all users take part in projects they're passionate about
One Iowan says he wants to see a winning candidate show 'appreciation to Afghans, because a lot of Afghans helped the US'
Enthusiasts fear recent policy barring private gun sales on site will backfire and force gun traders to unmonitored sites where users share less information about themselves
High prices for ingredients last year made chocolate less affordable, leading manufacturers to cut portions without lowering price
Obama wants to nearly halve US troop level in Afghanistan this year; General John Campbell says 'very little' extra training of Afghan soldiers would then be possible
Michigan senators’ request for millions of federal dollars in aid to help fix Flint’s pipes stalls, leading to successful push to block voting on energy bill
The US now estimates there are between 19,000 and 25,000 IS militants in Iraq and Syria, the official told VOA Tuesday, slightly lower that previous estimates of 20,000-31,500 fighters in the area