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Obama will address questions following a historic meeting with Cuban President Raúl Castro at a gathering of leaders in Panama.
Hillary Clinton is just beginning her 2016 presidential campaign, but she has been in the public spotlight for more than 20 years.
TODAY introduces some innovative kids with great ideas that can make a difference, including an anti-bullying band and a better bike helmet.
The attorney representing a suspect seen in video being beaten after a chase says one of the deputies said something like, "keep kicking him."
John T. Moynihan was shot in the face during a traffic stop on March 27. The department said his family has been "humbled" by all the support.
Missy, a white German shepherd, belonged to Geraldine "Geri" Schultz, who died in the tornado that ripped through Fairdale, Illinois.
A new web series called "Halal in the Family" addresses the stereotypes that Muslim-Americans face, while making people laugh at the same time.
The driver was able to get out of the burning car after it was doused with gasoline and set ablaze after a dispute at a south LA gas station.
Officials told NBC News that it appears a man killed himself on the West front of the Capitol Building, and the suspicious package was his suitcase.
Residents of a small northern Illinois farming community that took a direct hit from a half-mile-wide tornado were allowed back into the area Saturday.
Mourners were gathering Saturday morning to remember Walter Scott, the black man shot to death by a police officer last weekend in South Carolina.
Obama said he is dismayed some Republicans are giving more credence to Iran's interpretation of the framework than to John F. Kerry's explanation.
Obama said the former secretary of state is "going to have some strong messages to deliver" if she decides to run for the White House.
Body cameras have become a go-to solution for police trying to improve relations with the public. But some don't want the public to see the footage.
Obama and Castro met for historic face-to-face discussions, marking the first time leaders of the nations have sat down since the Cold War.
British police are asking for the public's help identifying thieves who carried out an "audacious" multi-day jewelry heist over Easter weekend.
The United Nations group responsible for Palestinian refugees said Saturday that its top official would make an "urgent mission" to Syria.
A speed-like chemical few people had ever heard of made news this week when Harvard scientists detected it in 11 products What is it? Why is it bad?
U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney and Manhattan Borough President Gail Brewer are among those who plan to attend the rally Saturday in Manhattan.
Mohamed Soltan was arrested in 2013 after Egyptian security forces stormed a sit-in protest of supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.