FILE - Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., listens to a question during an interview with The Associated Press, May 23, 2016, in Los Angeles.
The monster issue that has been plaguing Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is rearing its head again: a new government report says the former secretary of state violated department rules by using her private email server for official business. The State Department inspector general is expected to issue a report Thursday saying the practice had security risks. Zlatica Hoke reports.
President says the world is paying close attention to America and are not sure how seriously to take bombastic billionaire's declarations
US church shares Japanese kids' creative visions of peace from a devastated city
On Friday, President Barack Obama will visit Hiroshima, Japan, the first American president to do so while in office. In August 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the city to force Japan's surrender in World War II. Although their city lay in ruins, some Hiroshima schoolchildren drew pictures of hope and peace. The former students and their drawings are now part of a documentary called “Pictures from a Hiroshima Schoolyard.” VOA's Deborah Block has the story.
Presidential engagement can help spur regimes to change, but it can take decades
TSA chief Peter Neffenger tells lawmakers that adding screeners, boosting workers' hours and using more bomb-sniffing dogs should ease airport congestion
Lawsuit, led by Texas, says Obama administration running roughshod over commonsense policies
Concerns about Iran’s long-term commitment to nuclear deal, US response to matters outside scope of deal among issues raised at House hearing
Restrictions in some states on how and when people can vote will be in place for first time in November’s presidential election, and could hit minorities hardest
Congressional Republicans say report critical of her practices shows she's unfit for presidency; Democrats downplay implications for US security, November election
Students eat, play and learn in eco-friendly, zero-emission school that offers bouncing chairs, solar calendar and indoor slide
Zero is not a good score on a test at school. But Discovery Elementary is proud of its “net zero” rating. Net zero describes a building in which the amount of energy provided by on-site renewable sources equals the amount of energy the building uses. As Faiza Elmasry tells us, the innovative features in the building turn the school into a teaching tool, where kids can't help but learn about science and sustainability. Faith Lapidus narrates.
Presumptive Republican nominee has been self-funding, and has loaned his campaign more than $43 million since announcing his candidacy
The U.S. company said it would shed up to 1,850 jobs, most of them in Finland, and write down $950 million from the business. It did not say how many employees currently work on smartphones in the group as a whole
Her spokesman says there was no precedent for her to use government account
Decline in marriage and continued modest economic growth drive this trend
Special boxes provide alternative to leaving unwanted babies along roadways or in trash cans
No one knows exactly how many babies are abandoned worldwide each year. The statistic is a difficult one to determine because it is illegal in most places. Therefore unwanted babies are often hidden and left to die. But as Erika Celeste reports from Woodburn, Indiana, a new program hopes to make surrendering infants safer for everyone.
Annual festival showcases the region's harvested agriculture, fine wines and offers opportunities to experience the gentle breeze in a hot air balloon flight