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President Obama is now back at the White House, but events -- especially international ones -- are still dictating his presidency.
A photographer held six months in Syria with Peter Theo Curtis, says the day “will go down as one of the happiest of my life.”
Pipelines built to carry explosive substances to storage facilities run past homes, but often don't have to meet federal or state safety rules.
Hackers reportedly forced an American Airlines plane to make an emergency landing over a threat linked to a top Sony executive onboard.
A fast-growing wildfire near Weaverville, California, forced the evacuation of about 150 homes and is threatening about 500 additional residences.
Columbia University Assistant Professor and former RAND Corporation analyst Austin Long discusses the few details known about the leader of ISIS.
Burger King reportedly may soon announce a deal aimed at lowering its taxes by moving its base outside the U.S., according to a new report.
The Indian navy adds another warship to its expanding fleet as it aims to counter China’s growing supremacy on the high seas of the Indo-Pacific.
A person of interest has been detained in connection with the "random" fatal shootings of three people.
The VMAs put some serious star power up front, blasting audiences with a opening medley including Ariana Grande, Jessie J, and Nicki Minaj.
Terence Newman returned an interception 54 yards for the only touchdown by either team's starters and the Bengals went on to a 19-13 preseason.
E-cigarettes should only be used as a last resort to quit smoking and they should be outlawed for minors, the American Heart Association says.
British intelligence officials have identified the man they believe killed American journalist James Foley in Syria, sources told NBC News on Sunday.
Climate researchers say this year is unlike anything they've seen going back to 1900.
Coast Guard crews discovered 4 bodies in the water off Hollywood Beach Sunday morning.
The MTV Video Music Awards hadn't even started Sunday night when Miley Cyrus let loose a little wisdom for all performers to live by.
Police say a 24-year-old man was arrested Sunday afternoon after he climbed a cable beam to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge.