Hundreds are injured in the port city of Tianjin after blasts at a warehouse for dangerous materials sent up massive fireballs, turning the night sky into day.
Islamic State Sunni extremists claim responsibility for the explosion which wounded at least 125 people in a predominantly Shiite neighborhood. IRAQ
The Indonesian navy seizes it and brings to shore after an AP report alerted authorities about its presence in the country's waters.
A presidential candidate's visit to the Iowa State Fair may be the purest distillation of the campaign experience in the state that starts the voting in the race for the White House.
They see it as damaging for American businesses and workers, but the Obama administration takes a more sanguine approach.
Determining what treatment to pursue for the former president's tumor will depend on its type, its origin and other factors, doctors say.
It will almost certainly cost untold millions in economic disruption and environmental damage in three states — to rafting companies, Native American farmers and municipal water systems.
Cuban music, literature and fashion are steeped in American influence that has survived a half-century of official hostility.
The almost exclusively male domain betrays a gender gap based on stereotypes and belief women's warmer body temperature leads to inferior taste.
The city paints nine walls with a repellant paint that makes pee spray back on the offender.