When the billionaire businessman didn't rule out running as a third-party candidate, if he doesn't win the nomination, it sparked fresh waves of anxiety within the Republican Party.
New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, the No. 3 Senate Democrat and next-in-line party leader, is breaking with Obama and will oppose the Iran nuclear deal.
Malaysia's assertion that more debris potentially linked to the missing jetliner washed up on an Indian Ocean island puzzles French officials.
Since the fatal shooting of black teen Michael Brown by a white officer in this St. Louis suburb, the town changed its policing and interaction with its largely black community.
A Calais refugee camp mushrooms into a veritable village — with a mosque, church and myriad shops, all built by migrants from plastic tarp and plywood.
Since 1970, hundreds of elderly survivors live in four Hiroshima nursing homes after they lost their health, families, jobs and a chance at getting married.
Pyongyang is pulling back its current standard time by 30 minutes on Aug. 15, it says, to erase the legacy of Japanese rule from 1910-1945 on the 70th anniversary of liberation.
Speech pathologists at the University of Connecticut are helping them develop a voice that matches the sex they identify with to each ensure a successful transition.
Travelers to New York City bold enough to book a parked van for $22 a night through Airbnb do get a bed and a spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline from across the East River in Queens.
Jon Stewart , America's foremost satirist of politicians and the media, tapes his final Comedy Central hit after 16 years as host.