The governor declares a state of emergency and calls in the National Guard to restore order — questions about police response are raised.
Trucks carrying aid are on their way to affected districts outside the hard-hit and densely-populated Kathmandu valley, and distribution of the food is expected to start today.
All eyes will be on the justices for any signals that they are prepared to rule that the Constitution gives same-sex couples the right to marry in all 50 states in the union.
Defense lawyers portray James Holmes as a smiling child who enjoyed surfing with his family but who also sensed something was wrong with his mind.
The Boston Marathon bomber's defense contrasts him with his older brother, who was "consumed by jihad" and determined to drag Dzhokhar down his path to terrorism.
Retaking Anbar, a Sunni-dominated desert province captured by Islamic militants last year, is a tall order for a much-diminished Iraqi army as the battles for Tikrit and Ramadi have shown.
Bitter foes decades ago, the U.S. and Vietnam become "frenemies" with a shot at becoming strategic partners.
In the maelstrom of conflict, summary justice becomes commonplace in rebel-controlled areas, and it targets civilians and combatants alike.
The iPhone continues to fuel the tech giant's financial engine, but its supporting players including the iPad and Macs, are turning in mixed results.
Chicken rentals are booming nationwide as residents in cities, suburbs and the countryside flock to the anti-factory, locally sourced food movement.