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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks about Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night in New York City.
The former House Speaker will be sentenced Wednesday.
Traffic to Wikipedia pages on terror groups and their tools plunged nearly 30 percent after revelations of widespread monitoring by the NSA.
The Navy is changing its tattoo policy as of Saturday, allowing one neck tattoo and sleeves below the knee and elbow.
The hacking to death of a gay rights activist and his friend in Bangladesh on Monday was the latest in a trend of Islamists killing liberals.
Consumers ambling through China's largest auto show might be forgiven for occasional flashes of déjà vu.
Salah Abdeslam spent nearly four months on the run as Europe's most-wanted man.
Across a wide swath of the Midwest, more than 70 million Americans face a threat of severe storms, dangerous wind gusts and tornadoes.
One hundred days before the opening of the Summer Olympics, Brazil's trigger-happy police are among the biggest threats to the Games.
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware take their turn in the 2016 presidential primary parade.
'It's going to be a good day' when Dennis Hastert is sentenced Wednesday in his hush money case, the sister of one of his victims told NBC News
Democratic presidential candidate speaks to a crowd in Philadelphia, Penn., on Tuesday evening.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to a crowd in West Virginia on Tuesday evening.
The FBI has all but concluded that there's nothing to tell Apple about a vulnerability that was exploited to unlock the iPhone used by Syed Farook.
The White House said chances of a proper funding deal looked "destined to fail. Senate aides were hopeful, but House prospects looked less certain.
The Palm Beach Zoo's initial response has come under fire after observers questioned why the tiger was tranquilized instead of shot.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks after primary night results.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks after primary night results.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks after primary night results.
'Initial witness accounts indicate that a child in the back seat of the vehicle got ahold of a gun and discharged the firearm,' police said.