FILE - Ambassador Christopher Stevens is pictured at his residence in Tripoli, Libya, June 28, 2012.
Some officials say military-to-military relations could sour if Beijing conducts irrevocable acts in South China Sea
Manager of Bernie Sanders' campaign says WikiLeaks disclosures could affect party unity at next week's convention
Excessive-heat warning covers much of the nation, from North Dakota to the Mid-Atlantic states and into the South — and no relief is expected in the near future
A Muslim American delegate says the party's theme of inclusivity will be front and center when Democrats gather to nominate Hillary Clinton for president.
Campaign to register a million voters could work to the advantage of the Democratic Party
Police officers acknowledge dangers but remain determined to serve their communities
Police departments across the United States have updated tactics and procedures following targeted attacks on police officers in Dallas, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana that killed eight police officers. VOA's Chris Simkins reports despite the recent tragedies, officers are drawing strength from each other and the communities they're sworn to protect.
In a jab at Trump, Clinton says her team wants to 'build bridges, not walls'; Obama Hails Kaine's record; Trump calls Kaine a 'job-killer'
Donald Trump's foreign policy vision marks a sharp departure from that of his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton
Dow Jones industrial average is now up 8 percent from its post-Brexit lows in late June, as economic news in the US continues to improve
Clinton calls the moderate Kaine a world-class mayor, governor and highly respected senator
President also says Turkey must prove cleric Fethullah Gulen's involvement in the coup before he could be extradited from US
Earlier this week, Kerry said US and Russia had planned 'concrete steps' for the direction they will take in Syria
Susan Rice’s trip to China comes ahead of President Obama’s visit for G-20 meeting in September
The case, which aims to determine whether personal privacy is properly protected from U.S. government surveillance, is expected to be referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) following a request by Irish data protection authorities in May
After massive computer outage Wednesday, US firm's flight delays and cancellations continue
Efforts to phase down greenhouse gases, US secretary of state says, could 'literally save life on the planet itself'
John McNesby, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 5, said the union is insulted by the decision to exclude families of officers killed in the line of duty
Oliver Stone, speaking at Comic-Con gathering, complains of censorship by corporate leadership