The former Secretary of State was greeted by screaming fans wearing "Ready for Hillary" t-shirts at Tom Harkin's annual Steak Fry in Iowa, a historic launchpad for presidential runs
The White House has offered differing visions for when the U.S. can declare "mission accomplished" with ISIS
Commissioner Roger Goodell faces mounting calls for his resignation, with social-media campaign #GoodellMustGo
The popular monarch made her first comments about this week's Scottish independence vote, but maintained the neutrality that is her constitutional obligation
Sweden's Social Democrats were poised to return to power as the leaders of a left-leaning bloc that defeated the center-right government in a parliamentary election Sunday, but without an absolute majority
A wildfire in Northern California destroyed two homes while a much larger blaze proved stubborn amid high temperatures and dry brush in Southern California. Dozens of homes were evacuated because of the fires Saturday, officials said.
The Internet is abuzz with speculation that Blue Ivy may be getting a younger sibling, after Jay Z changed a line in his song "Beach Is Better" while on tour in Paris to "'Cause she pregnant with another one"
Maria Belen Chapur was said she was surprised to see the public announcement that her engagement to S.C. Congressman Mark Sanford was over. The two had an affair five years ago
British Prime Minister David Cameron called video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines, who was abducted in Syria last year, "an act of pure evil"
Since pre-orders began Friday, the iPhone 6 Plus is sold out in the U.S., and the wait time is three to four weeks before it even ships, Apple said. "Response to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been incredible, with a record number of pre-orders overnight"
Forty "I do's" — or "Si" in Italian — were said in St. Peter's Basilica Sunday as Pope Francis married 20 couples. He told the couples love of Jesus can help whenever their love "becomes lost, wounded or worn out"
North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced a 24-year-old American man to six years of hard labor for entering the country illegally to commit espionage. Matthew Miller is one of three Americans now in North Korean captivity