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A tropical depression formed over the Turks and Caicos Islands on Saturday, heading towards the Bahamas and dumping heavy rains on parts of Puerto Rico.
University of Massachusetts Amherst graduate Dawnn Jaffier is not believed to be the intended target when she was shot in the head.
The Chinese Defense Ministry called allegations a fighter jet showed its weapons to a Navy plane over the South China Sea "totally groundless."
Three officials will represent the Obama administration Monday at the funeral for Michael Brown, whose death set off days of protests in Ferguson.
A quarter-century after the Exxon Valdez gushed oil into Alaskan waters, new rules for shipping crews might prevent a similar disaster in the Arctic.
The extremist group remains a specter in Iraq and Syria, where it is trying to establish an Islamic State under Shariah law.
The record-breaking drought in the West has cost the region 62 trillion gallons of water since 2013, causing the earth to rise.
Ferguson, Missouri, has had four consecutive peaceful nights, but businesses have been slow to reopen.
More rain is expected in Washington state, where flash floods have developed on land scarred by wildfires and destroyed at least 10 homes.
The detonation of the rocket after a problem during a test flight is being called an opportunity to learn more about the experimental craft.
Iceland raised its aviation alert to red Saturday as the restless Bardarbunga volcano began erupting beneath the ice.
Obama ordered the review of the federal programs following the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, which included cops using military gear to instill order.
Bombings in two Iraqi cities left at least 30 people dead on Saturday, a day after 60 were killed in an attack by Shiite militia at a Sunni mosque.
The child was recovered safe after spending 5 hours alone in a car outside a Bristol bar after her mother was hospitalized for intoxication, cops say.
Officer Dan Page, a 35-year-veteran of the police force and a U.S. military veteran, was given administrative duty pending an internal investigation.
At least 22 people, including 11 children, were wounded after the air raid took down the 13-story tower in the center of Gaza on Saturday.
Ford’s Green Zone system promises to improve the energy efficiency of its battery-based vehicles.