This image released by the Washington County, Minn. Sheriff's Department shows Zdenko Jakisa. Jakisa will be deported for concealing a long criminal past in his home country of Bosnia, a federal judge said.
Democratic candidates participate in their 6th debate in Milwaukee as their race for the White House enters a new phase
Museum's executive director says addition of Muslim cultures exhibit allows families an opportunity to discuss unity and diversity within the same tradition
Abdirizak Mohamed Warsame was part of a group of five Minnesota men who met numerous times in 2014 to plan their journey to Syria
Coincidental letters speak to human rights violations in Southeast Asia; one insists topic be added to upcoming, US-hosted ASEAN summit
Brig. Gen. Wilson Shoffner estimates there are up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Afghanistan; militants working to ‘establish a base’ in southern Nangarhar province
Some African American lawmakers lining up to support Clinton in face of perceived surge by Sanders in race for Democratic nomination in presidential campaign
Trade and Pacific security will be on the agenda when U.S. President Barack Obama meets next week in California with leaders of 10-member states of ASEAN, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports that U.S. officials say the meeting is part of an American rebalancing to the Asia Pacific region.
It could then be sent to affected regions for large-scale testing in 2017, head of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases tells US lawmakers
US President Obama to meet next week in California with leaders of 10 member states as part of American rebalancing to Asia Pacific region
Debate is sixth between former secretary of state, US senator from Vermont; comes two days after Sanders routed Clinton in party's New Hampshire contest
Young women may soon be required to register with the U.S. Selective Service System, the U.S. government agency charged with implementing a draft in a national emergency. Top Army and Marine Corps commanders told the Senate Armed Services Committee recently that women should register, and a bill has been introduced in Congress requiring eligible women to sign up for the military draft. The issue is stirring some controversy, as VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports from New York.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, a survey shows that more Americans are looking for love through online dating, with more than four times as many young adults using mobile apps than in 2013
Addition would bring alliance's experience in building partner capacity and training ground forces, US's Ash Carter tells fellow defense chiefs in Brussels
Wednesday's surf in Hawaii didn't stack up to namesake competition's big-wave standards, and event was called off hours before it was supposed to happen
New York Fashion Week opens on Thursday with chilly weather and perhaps an even chillier prospect: defining the purpose of the shows as brands begin
trying fresh ways to engage customers
Neither the United States nor India have claims to the area, but Washington says it is concerned about shipping lanes running through the South China Sea
A look at the who, what, where and why of the public health crisis that has poisoned the Flint water supply for more than a year
After Tuesday's primary in New Hampshire, US presidential candidates swiftly turned to the next election coming up in South Carolina. The so-called “first-in-the-South” poll may help further narrow down the field of candidates. Zlatica Hoke reports.
Two men, one woman walked out of Malheur refuge in Oregon on Thursday; hours later, last protester followed suit — six weeks after anti-government group first seized facility