Hours after the city's police chief resigned, one policeman is shot in the face and another in the shoulder at a protest outside the city's police station.
The AP profiles one family whose members fled the conflict to Jordan and Lebanon. Like millions of Syrian refugees, they fear they will never see each other again.
The committee investigating the deadly attack on the U.S. mission is seeking more answers from the State Department and the former secretary herself following revelations about her use of a private account for government electronic communications.
The president, who claimed he has run his last campaign in 2014, is the Democrats' top fundraising draw even as he has less than two years in office.
Pope Francis, who has been leading the Catholic Church since March 2013, is riding a wave of popularity among the faithful. But dissent has been looming from within the Vatican over issues from financial reform to climate change.
A second military helicopter, encountering the same heavy fog, turned back safely before the wreck that killed 11.
Two senior agents are accused of crashing a car into a White House security barrier, reportedly after a night of drinking.
A month before the new gadget is available in the U.S., China's copycat manufacturers are already offering their counterfeit versions on websites like Alibaba.
Richard Glatzer battled ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, while making the acclaimed film. For playing the leading role, Julianne Moore won a best actress Oscar.
The comedian plans to play every position while appearing in five Arizona spring training games on Thursday.