FILE - Kim Kardashian and Bruce Jenner are pictured heading back to their cars after having lunch in West Hollywood, California, October 21, 2014.
Boutiques in London, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Paris, Milan are all trendsetters, capable of making watch a must-have fashion item for trendy shoppers
Xiong Yan, now a US Army major seeking to see his dying mother, is stopped at Hong Kong's airport, then flown back home
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says she needs to know why police officers apparently didn't follow policy requiring that all prisoners wear seatbelts while being transported
John Herbst says Russia's president won't be content to 'simply sit behind the cease-fire line'
Advocates say US Export-Import Bank needed to compete with 60 other nations that assist US competitors; critics call it market intrusion, waste of taxpayers’ money
Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren says Iranian naval convoy now appears to be on course to return to Iran
President reiterates his regret for deaths of two hostages in US counterterrorism operation, says news that American, Italian aid workers had been killed was 'hard' for him to absorb
Someone telephoned a bomb threat Friday morning and police dogs detected a suspicious scent on a package
News reports question possible conflict of interest in foreign donations to Clinton Foundation
Justice Department says plan to merge two biggest US cable companies would have made Comcast an 'unavoidable gatekeeper' for broadband services
Iranian and international negotiators resumed talks in Vienna this week, trying to finalize an agreement on the future of Tehran’s nuclear program by the end of June. They are working from a list of agreed parameters, but important differences remain, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged when he announced the framework accord April 2 in Switzerland. VOA’s Al Pessin reports.
Iranian, international negotiators resume talks in Vienna to finalize deal on future of Tehran’s nuclear program
President Obama personally apologized for a US counterterrorism operation which accidentally killed two male hostages - an American aid worker and an Italian - held by al-Qaida on Afghan-Pakistan border
Hundreds stop traffic to demand accountability from local officials for alleged acts of police brutality
Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Baltimore, (in the eastern U.S. state of) Maryland Thursday to again demand changes to the justice system following the death of a 25-year-old man taken into police custody last week. Officials arrested two people for disorderly conduct in what was otherwise a loud but peaceful protest as the city awaits more information from authorities about how Freddie Gray died. VOA's Victoria Macchi has more from the rally.
US Geological Survey study finds expanded drilling for oil and gas has led to disturbing rise in number of small earthquakes in areas not usually prone to seismic activity
Henry Paulson says controlling pollution and a stable urbanization plan are two of the biggest issues facing Beijing’s economy
Among nearly 100 feature length films being shown at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York City are more than 20 documentaries and features with international appeal
Fast-spreading strain of avian flu has led to extermination of more than 7.3 million birds across US