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Out-of-town criminals are inciting violence and hijacking peaceful protests in Ferguson, Missouri, police said early Tuesday.
Kurdish intelligence chief Masrour Barzani, son of the president of the semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan, described the dam as a “nuclear weapon.”
Invigorated by United States airstrikes, the Iraqi army is pushing to retake the town of Tikrit from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS).
From continued turmoil on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, to U.S. airstrikes helping Iraqi forces fend off ISIS, see the stories we’re following.
Senior leader of President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement says there has been "no progress on any point" in talks aimed at resolving the Gaza conflict.
Pope Francis said his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI had opened the door for papal resignations with his decision to stand down last year.
As classes resumed at Michael Brown's former high school, teachers and students were coping with the aftermath of his death days earlier.
As limited supplies of experimental Ebola drugs arrive in Liberia, thorny questions remain that could determine the difference between life and death.
A Southern California woman woke up in her bed to find a naked burglar sleeping next to her, police said Monday.
Police in Ferguson came under heavy gunfire after peaceful protests over the death of Michael Brown turned violent.
Two people were shot and police launched several rounds of tear gas late Monday night to clear the streets of Ferguson, authorities said.
Protesters and police clashed again in Ferguson, Missouri Monday night. Officers used tear gas to disperse angry crowds.
Costly NICS system intended to prevent dangerous mentally ill people from buying guns suffers from narrow focus, data gaps, News21 investigation finds.
Police launched several rounds of tear gas late Monday night to clear the streets of Ferguson. Missouri, after a tense half-hour confrontation.
Several hundred protesters surged toward a wall of police Monday night in Ferguson, Missouri, before community leaders helped restore order.
Casey Kasem's relatives and friends are pleading with Norway to deny a request by the late DJ's wife to bury him in the capital of Oslo.