Amid a rising tide of anger from families of missing passengers, many of whom hail from mainland China, a 13-member delegation is in Kuala Lumpur to help investigate the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
Peter Lanza speaks out for the first time since his son killed 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, saying "You can't get any more evil"
The Senate will vote on a scaled-back military reform measure after Sen. Gillibrand's bid fell short of the 60 votes it needed to beat a filibuster
A on-screen version of Donna Tartt's best-selling novel—about a boy whose mother is killed at a bombing in a Manhattan art gallery and who escapes with the famous Carel Fabritius painting—is in the works
In an op-ed for TIME, Sen. Rand Paul argues that if he were President, he would take a harder stance against the Russian President for his actions: "Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine is a gross violation of that nation’s sovereignty and an affront to the international community"
The stranger-than-fiction vote offers few surprises—100 percent of eligible balloters favored only the pre-determined politicians—but the once-every-five-years election provides a better sense of how North Korea is run
A new study from Boston Medical Center reveals that parents who get absorbed by email, games or other apps have more negative interactions with their children, making them feel like they're competing for attention with their parents' gadgets
Ukraine's interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk plans to travel to Washington D.C. on Wednesday to discuss the crisis in Crimea and potential international support for his country's struggling economy with President Barack Obama
Researchers who are tracking the radiation released during Japan's Fukushima reactor disaster say low levels will hit the U.S. in April, but added it shouldn't be enough to pose a threat to human beings, wildlife or the environment
Hillary Clinton's shadow presidential campaign is kicking into high gear with the Super PAC's website getting a makeover, complete with two elements that symbolize how her backers are borrowing as much as they can from the Obama campaigns
A 6.9-magnitude earthquake off the coast of northern California produced only minor aftershocks on Sunday night, despite being the largest quake there since 2010. There were no reported injuries
A new report by Save the Children New warns that children in Syria are dying from treatable or preventable diseases that have metastasized in the country during the civil war, which is about to enter its fourth year
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