President Barack Obama says his new power plant regulations are "the single most important step" America has ever taken in the fight against climate change.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Friday he had launched legal action targeting local managers of U.S.-based ride-sharing service Uber, denouncing the attitude of the company as "cynical and arrogant."
European Union leaders have agreed to relocate 40,000 migrants from Italy and Greece to other EU countries over the next two years, in an effort to share the burden of a growing migrant crisis.
Women's rights groups are planning to deliver abortion pills by drone from Germany to Poland in an attempt to help women in the country terminate their pregnancies.
Three Tennessee abortion clinics are suing to block new state laws set to take effect Wednesday.
The governor announced Thursday afternoon nearly $2 billions have been invested into 84 projects around the state to improve its roadways. He also green lighted the Purple Line.
According to officials at the interior ministry, at least 27 people have died after an attack at the beach resort of Sousse, Tunisia. The attack was on the Imperial Marhaba hotel.
A prison guard now faces charges in connection with the prison escape.
Three of the biggest online dating sites in the world are combining to create a corporate giant built on broken romantic dreams.
Officials host Chinese delegates for a banquet on the sidelines of a U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Washington, DC.
June 25 -- The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the nationwide tax subsidies that are a core component of President Barack Obamas health-care law, rejecting a challenge that had threatened to gut the measure and undercut his legacy. Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly reports on Bloomberg Markets.
Barack Obama has assured the French president, Francois Hollande, that American intelligence services are no longer tapping his phone.
Officials said Secretary of State John Kerry telephoned Iran's foreign minister in recent days to tell him that Tehran must answer questions about whether its past atomic research was arms-related.
With over 100,000 computers still running Windows XP, The U.S. Navy has once again spent millions to keep using the 14 year old operating system. Brett Larson dives into the details.
The head of Syria's Nusra Front militant group mourned the death of al Qaeda's deputy leader in an audio message that underlined the organizations' close relationship.
Hundreds of searchers spurred on by fresh evidence methodically combed through heavy woods in far northern New York hoping to finally close in on two elusive murderers who escaped from a maximum-security prison.
The United States will place 250 tanks, artillery pieces and fighting vehicles in seven eastern European countries as a bulwark against Russian aggression.
Thousands of Syrian Kurds who have taken refuge in Iraq's Kurdistan are working in restaurants and cafes specializing in Levantine cuisine. As Grace Pascoe reports they are bringing much-needed service skills to a country far less experienced in the hospitality sector.
A water bottling company is issuing a voluntary recall due to a possible E. coli contamination and urging people to boil their bottled water first or avoid drinking it altogether.
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