The executive director of the camp planned to address reporters later Wednesday.
Moments after Former Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced to 10 years in prison for corruption, Lead prosecutor Matt Coman claims that he inflicted ‘incalculable damage’ to the his community.
Brazil's successful execution of the World Cup shows that the country is capable of delivering a similarly successful experience when Rio de Janeiro hosts the 2016 Olympics.
Marine rescue workers struggled to help free a juvenile humpback whale on Wednesday, after it became stranded on the Australian Gold Coast.
An airline passenger posted a selfie in an oxygen mask as his plane made an emergency landing in Paris.
“We all thought ISIS fighters will hurt people, but they did not do so,” one Mosul resident says. "It is 100 percent safe here."
The NSA reportedly targeted five Americans because of their political activity, even thought there was no evidence they posed a threat to national security.
Federal investigators are trying to understand how a potentially deadly virus was apparently mishandled at a government research center. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
The growing numbers of Latino kindergartners gives a window into the country's changing demographics.
The Vatican announced a major overhaul of its troubled bank, naming French financier Jean-Baptiste de Franssu to a lead role.
Faulty Takata-made airbags have forced Honda to recall as many as 1 million more vehicles, while Subaru has become the eighth maker hit by the problem
President Obama is heading to Texas for a face-to-face with local leaders, including Gov. Rick Perry, one of his most vocal critics. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
On Wednesday, it became legal to buy recreational marijuana in Washington state. Washington looks to Colorado, the first state to legalize recreational use, for pot lessons. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Brazil’s 7-1 loss to Germany ranks among the most stunning results in World Cup history. But where?