Matteo Renzi says the European Union must devise a policy to stop the flood of migrants setting out from Libya, including establishing refugee camps in Niger and Sudan.
The move comes after Saudi Arabia announced an end to airstrikes, which claimed hundreds of lives and pushed the impoverished Arab country deeper into chaos.
Reports about Antonio Zambrano-Montes' interactions with law enforcement, obtained by The AP, shed light on his bizarre and dangerous behavior.
The Justice Department opens a civil rights investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who suffered a fatal spinal-cord injury after he was handcuffed and put in the back of a police van.
During the trial's penalty phase, the jury is shown a photo of the Boston bomber extending his middle finger to the security camera in his jail cell.
The presidential hopeful's kickoff events with voters are sprinkled with stories about her family — except for the most famous, her husband, Bill.
When Islamic State militants swept across northern Iraq the al-Lehib tribe welcomed them, but it is now split between those who joined the extremists and those resisting their brutal rule.
As poultry producers' losses climb from a recent bird flu outbreak, federal officials start work that could lead to vaccine — but the process is fraught with questions.
The new streaming service allows one to watch hit shows such as "Game of Thrones" without subscribing to cable TV. But it also offers more video than you can ever find time to watch.
In the season opener on Thursday, Sept. 10, the Patriots will host the Steelers in a matchup of tradition-rich franchises.