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Zombies are coming to the 2016 presidential race! No, there isn't a zombie presidential candidate -- at least not yet. But thanks to Jeb Bush, we will likely be hearing the word "zombie" a great deal over the next year. Why?
The provenance of "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1960) is perhaps less well known than the novel itself, which has come to be even less remarked upon than the legal travails and self-imposed isolation of the author who penned the work.
In the villages snuggled between rolling meadows and medieval castles of Germany's Franconia, serious violent crime is nearly unheard of. So, on Friday, when a gunman in a convertible allegedly shot dead two people on a drive-by shooting spree, jaws dropped.
Conan breaks out a swear jar to harness Jennifer Lawrence's passion for profanity and use it as a force for good.
Many of us travel through streets each and every day so we can get to our homes. But for the children documented in photographer Mario Macilau's "Growing in Darkness" series, the streets are their homes.
Nuclear negotiations will likely stretch in to the weekend, Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said Friday.
After news broke last month that suspected Chinese hackers stole the sensitive personal data of millions of Americans from the federal government's human resources department, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush called for the agency's director to be fired.
Last week, actress and member of India's parliament, Hema Malini, was involved in a fatal car accident, which left a two-year-old girl dead.
Warring parties in Yemen have agreed to a ceasefire of roughly a week to let in humanitarian aid. Violence has taken at least 3,000 lives there since the conflict erupted in March, according to the United Nations.
Turkish authorities have arrested 21 people -- including three foreigners -- suspected of belonging to ISIS, Turkey's semiofficial Anadolu news agency reported Friday.
Ash spewing from an Indonesian volcano has brought chaos for travelers on the popular resort island of Bali and beyond, prompting the closure of four airports in the region.
With his penchant for crowd-pleasing and spontaneous acts of compassion, Pope Francis has earned high praise from fellow Catholics and others since he replaced Pope Benedict XVI in March 2013.
See photos from Pope Francis' eight-day tour of South America. The Pope, a native of Argentina, is emphasizing the plight of the poor on his home continent.
The Greek government is ready to accept economic reforms it rejected just a week ago in a desperate bid to agree a new bailout and keep hold of the euro.
In the Season 2 premiere of "The Hunt" with John Walsh, you'll hear the story of Yaser Said, who is accused of killing his two teenage daughters.
Yaser Said allegedly murdered his two high school-aged daughters in 2008, and has been a fugitive ever since. "The Hunt with John Walsh" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.