Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking a fourth term in office, but it will likely take weeks of coalition talks to determine whether he stays in power or is unseated by Isaac Herzog of the centrist Zionist Union.
Robert Durst, a member of one of America's richest families, agrees to be extradited to Los Angeles in connection with the fatal shooting of a woman 15 years ago.
A nuclear accord could potentially signal the beginning of the Islamic Republic's broad acceptance by the community of nations.
The aid authorized by Republican Gov. Chris Christie often has gone to corporations with notable political connections, an AP review finds.
He also suggests St. Louis County police may have used excessive force when arresting Jeffrey Williams, saying his client had bruises on his back, shoulders and face.
Bolstered by a spate of upbeat economic news, Obama is aiming to exploit recent Republican stumbles to give Democrats an advantage — despite their status as a weakened minority.
"The reconnaissance imagery shows widespread devastation. Not only buildings flattened — palm plantations, trees," says Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.
His final military duties will include a four-week assignment in April and May with the Australian Defence Force.
Chile is famous around the world for its wine, but now several chefs in the capital Santiago are revolutionizing the national cuisine one bite at a time.
Courtney Love, Ricky Martin and talk-show host Andy Cohen are among those pledging to ditch the brand's clothes after the fashion designers criticized same-sex parents.