U.S. officials suspected Pakistan protected Mohammed Omar and other elements of the militant group for years before he died.
Native residents of both sides of the Bering Strait will now be able to visit each other without the need for visas.
A new task force will explore ways to move public and charter schools beyond a system based on seat time.
Raymond Tensing pleaded not guilty to murder and manslaughter in the Cincinnati case. He later posted bond.
Democrats, including those in the White House, now are standing up for federal workers through measures.
December deadlines on funding, highways and the debt limit raise the specter of a federal shutdown.
Human development has lowered salmon populations for years, but drought could be the final blow.
A roundup of financial news from around the world.
On July 19, University of Cincinnati police officer Raymond Tensing shot and killed Samuel Dubose during a traffic stop. This video shows excerpts from Tensing's body camera, as well as body cameras of two other officers at the scene during of the shooting. (Editor's note: Contains graphic images.)
Quincy Jamal Holmes, 10, and his brother, Desmond, 9, attended elementary school in Loudoun County.
College-bound students wonder: Do they have to take the essay portion of exams even if it is labeled 'optional'?
The seizure of the leader of the Division 30 rebel group is a setback for U.S. plans.
As Medicare turns fifty, the politics of the plan are as hotly contested as ever. For Republicans, it's created a wedge among the presidential candidates.
Democrats fought legislation approved in the House Wednesday that would cut due process rights for VA employees, unlike last year when they, Democrats, including President Obama, largely did not oppose last year's hit on workplace protections for VA senior executives.
CDC officials say more work needs to be done to address disparities surrounding disabilities.
A day after he was indicted, the former university police officer made his first appearance in court.
Watson may be the smartest computer on earth.
Goldman Sachs has brought in sleep experts, Google hosts "sleeposium" events and LinkedIn just launched a new program for its workers.
The company now makes more from online subscriptions than it ever did through pay-per-view TV.