A group of Irish and Irish-American young men and women were enjoying their last blast summer in the U.S. before cracking down with college and careers.
Its production of rice and potatoes could decline by as much as 20 percent compared to average years if the shortage of rainfall extends to early July.
Civil rights leaders in Spokane are worried that the ruse perpetrated by the former NAACP leader will hurt efforts to move the region beyond a troubled racial past.
Authorities outline the evidence against a Phoenix man who they say helped orchestrate a shootout on an anti-Islam event in Texas and had aspirations to target the game.
Japan is re-examining the legacy of its "divine wind" pilots who went on suicide missions, in an effort to portray them more realistically.
Flood-weary Texans are bracing for heavy rain and possible flooding as the storm is creeping further inland.
Although the candidate claims there is "not a reason in the world" why the U.S. economy can't grow at 4 percent annually, many experts disagree.
Six months after Castro and Obama declared the end to their nations' hostilities, the embassies in their countries aren't reopened, showing how slowly change comes to Cuba.
About 53,000 more babies were born in 2014 than the year before — a 1 percent increase.
"This is special. To be able to hold this trophy and all the hard work we've put into it this season, this is special," says Stephen Curry.