The prospective presidential candidate says she handed over all her work communications to the State Department. But her no-apology explanation will do little to placate critics.
Fate of seven Marines and four soldiers unknown after an Army helicopter crashed during a night training exercise between Pensacola and Destin.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, whose members chanted racial slurs at the University of Oklahoma, struggled with race issues long before the latest video surfaced.
Afghanistan's only woman taxi driver got behind the wheel after the fall of the Taliban, challenging conservative views--and ignoring death threats--in her native country.
Afternoon sun and strong winds could have been a factor in the tragedy that took the lives of several prominent French athletes, an official says.
The three top national security officials will tackle the Islamic State's extremist threat, Iran's sphere of influence and Mideast hotspots before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The change comes as the town's council holds its first public meeting since the U.S. Justice Department accused the police force and municipal court system of racial bias.
The $7.4 million verdict that hit Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke has the potential to change artists' concepts of what constitutes copyright infringement.
If the governor signs the bill, Utah would become the only state allowing firing squads to carry out the death penalty.
The Korean Air employee says her career was ruined after she was verbally and physically attacked by the executive who has been sentenced to one year in prison.