Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday he remains uncertain whether he will mount a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, expressing doubts about whether his family has the "emotional energy" for a run
Speaking outside the E.U. headquarters, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has a clear message for the Europe-bound refugees fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa: "We do not want a large number of Muslim people in our country"
A defiant county clerk refused a judge's compromise offer on gay marriage that could have kept her out of jail, saying she can't promise not to interfere as her deputy clerks follow the law. Five of her six deputies had agreed to issue licenses
Real estate mogul Donald Trump said Republicans don't need to worry about him mounting a third-party campaign for President, after signing a pledge to support the party's eventual nominee — even if it isn't him
Citizenship and Immigration Canada said it received no refugee application from the father of two drowned Syrian boys who have put a devastating human face to the Syrian refugee crisis. The agency did receive an application for the boy's uncle, but it was incomplete
The New England Patriots quarterback can suit up for his team's season opener after a judge erased his four-game suspension for "Deflategate," after more than a month of failed settlement talks between the NFL and its players' union
Two British VICE News journalists arrested in Turkey on terrorism charges have been released, but their local translator remains in custody. The men were detained last Thursday and charged with “deliberately aiding an armed organization"
Former President Otto Perez Molina was detained overnight shortly after he resigned from his position as his replacement demanded that all top government officials submit their resignations and promised an honest and inclusive administration
Now a done deal, the Iran nuclear agreement gained critical backing from three more Democratic Senators, boosting White House hopes of blocking a disapproval resolution in the Senate so the President wouldn't have to veto it
The main campus of Sacramento City College is on lockdown after a shooting near a baseball field on campus left one dead and two wounded. The Sacramento City Police Department were in search of a shirtless suspect in the killing
The U.S. Forest Service spent a record $243 million last week battling forest fires around the country. The agency has now spent all the money Congress provided for fighting wildfires in the 12-month budget period
A coalition of dozens of law-enforcement agencies arrested more than 1,000 pimps and sex buyers in a summer-long series of prostitution stings. This year's sting netted more sex traffickers and johns than ever before