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German prosecutors raided Volkswagen headquarters and other offices on Thursday as part of their investigation into the carmaker's emissions scandal.
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Thirty-three people remain unaccounted for five days after the deadly U.S. bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital.
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has suggested that President Barack Obama is not a "real black president."
A victim of last week's deadly shooting at an Oregon college who was hailed as a hero tried to save other students was released from hospital.
Why did the United States bomb a charitable hospital in Afghanistan last weekend? The truth lies somewhere in the tangle of confusing accounts.
Indiana University has suspended its Alpha Tau Omega chapter for allegedly performing a hazing ceremony that involved "sexual misconduct."
Experts believe the migrant crisis in Europe could play a large part in which nominee wins the Nobel Peace Prize this year.
The mayor of Jerusalem urged gun owners to carry their weapons at all times on Thursday in the wake of a slew of attacks in Israel and the West Bank.
Three suspects were arrested Wednesday in connection to the fatal shooting of Steve Carter, a tantric massage therapist who went missing while hiking.
The four-year civil war in Syria became even more complex after Vladimir Putin ordered airstrikes and the conflict is far from any resolution.
China's biggest TV dating show is wildly popular in the one market where the show is broadcast for an English-speaking audience: Australia.
A 20-year-old Yezidi woman who went by the pseudonym Bazi described being bought and sold by ISIS fighters after they attacked her village.
Fire department crews rigged a rope and pulley above a manhole on the roadway to hoist the man to safety from beneath a bridge over the Houston ship c
Jonathon Wall, 29, allegedly posed as an Air Force investigator on the trail of a wanted fugitive to try and enter an all-access area of the convention.
A Florida school board will pay $600,000 to the families of three students who died after they were hypnotized by high school principal George Kenney.
Police have arrested a man who is accused of stabbing a family member during a funeral, then trying to get away in a limousine, according to police.
Clara Gantt says she clung to a large wooden cross after her car was swept away in floodwaters on Sunday. "Jesus is my savior," she said.