Donald Trump encouraged Russia to commit a cybercrime against Hillary Clinton, saying he hoped the nation could recover some of her deleted emails. "Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing," Trump said
The remaining charges against three Baltimore officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray, whose death last year in police custody sparked days of riots, were dropped, concluding more than a year of legal battles over Gray's death with zero convictions
Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff spoke with TIME from the Brazilian capital of Brasilia, where she defended herself against accusations of corruption and promised that Rio would be able to pull off the Games despite a league of doubters
As expected, Fed officials voted on Wednesday to leave interest rates exactly where they are—at near-record-low levels—pointing to "soft" business investment and inflation that has been running below the central bank's target
Green Party candidate Jill Stein has fashioned herself as more of a dissident and soapbox champion than a politician, but she could have an outsized effect on the election and severely weaken the Clinton's campaign against Trump
A judge says the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will be allowed to leave a Washington mental hospital and live full-time in Virginia. The judge ruled that John Hinckley Jr. is ready to live in the community
In his first solo outing since securing the Democratic vice presidential nomination, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine attacked Donald Trump at three swing-state delegation breakfasts in Philadelphia.
Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. sagged into a loss of 24.53 billion yen ($232 million) for the fiscal first quarter through June, despite the global success of the "Pokemon Go" augmented reality game
Hillary Clinton's campaign trotted out a procession of character witnesses to testify about the candidate's strength, kindness and tenacity at the Democratic convention, in an attempt to humanize "the most famous, least-known person in the country"
Assange said in a June 12 interview that he intended to harm Hillary Clinton's chance of winning the presidency, and timed the release of the emails to coincide with the start of the convention
When Bernie Sanders' hope of winning the Democratic nomination officially ended inside the Democratic convention hall, his most ardent supporters took their fury outside. “Show me what Democracy looks like,” they chanted
The 2016 Man Booker Prize longlist is here, and this year's selection of 13 novels is roughly half men (seven) and half women (six). The longlist includes five American writers, the same number as last year