A double-decker bus headed from Chicago to Atlanta slid off a highway in southern Indiana and rolled onto its side early Saturday, injuring 24 people, authorities said.
The tour guide Michelle Freenor and three others are challenging a Savannah, Ga., ordinance that requires guides to have licenses and academic and medical examinations.
In a plot that seems lifted from an international thriller, a former Army sniper who became entangled with an arms dealer now stands accused of taking a job as a hired killer.
In a speech on Saturday, President Raúl Castro thanked President Obama for “a new chapter” while also reaffirming that restored relations did not mean the end of Communist rule in Cuba.
The re-establishment of U.S. diplomatic ties with Cuba brought widely different reactions in Miami, where first-generation exiles who remember Fidel Castro’s brutality mix with millennials for whom Cuba is more a cultural touchstone.
Cuban president Raúl Castro thanked President Obama for“ a new chapter” but reaffirmed that restored relations did not mean the end of Communism.
I understand why the naughty list helps some parents. But for my anxious daughter, it’s the opposite of Christmas magic. Bless the mall Santa who understood that.
Two New York City police officer were shot and killed Saturday after they were shot by a gunman as they sat inside a patrol car.
Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, and Hank Williams has put himself on a crusade to address it.
As Cubans absorb the news that the United States will begin normalizing relations with their government after more than five decades of hostility, they are contending with a rush of both excitement and uncertainty.
As part of its response to the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, the Obama administration has asked China to assist in blocking North Korea’s ability to launch such attacks.
Authorities say two New York Police Department officers are in critical condition after being shot inside their patrol car, and the suspect is believed dead.
Warning of “serious consequences” if the United States retaliates against it, North Korea on Saturday proposed a joint investigation with Washington to prove that it was not behind the cyberattack on Sony Pictures.
Although fears that technology will displace jobs are at least as old as the Luddites, there are signs that this time may really be different.
An official in Kenya is criticizing the United States for raising concerns about a new Kenyan law aimed at fighting terrorism.
Ms. Khobragade is no longer celebrated in India as a symbol of offended dignity after being arrested by United States marshals in connection with her treatment of her maid.
Another Pacific storm is expected to pound the West Coast this weekend and could unleash flash flooding, mudslides and debris flows, just a week after similar rains left widespread devastation.
The Ohio House gave final approval last week to a plan to draw voting districts for the General Assembly using a bipartisan process intended to make elections more competitive.
Disney's animated hit "Frozen" is still breaking records, but in a cooler way.