The Rev. Billy Graham's son said Friday that the legendary evangelist's health is declining.
The Tuesday service is in a Johannesburg stadium.
The bounties of nature mask a hard reality: that this is a place without much of a safety net for people without homes.
Mr. Tibbs, sentenced to death in 1974 for a murder and rape in Florida, was one of six people whose stories of wrongful conviction and near execution were told in the play “The Exonerated.”
This year’s Texas-related books include the biography of a football star (Bulldog Turner), a study of a filmmaker (Wes Anderson) and an Austin bartender’s cocktail guide.
A Delta flight from Seattle to Atlanta stopped in Spokane after a 16-year-old boy died of natural causes, according to officials.
Documents shed light on JPMorgan's decision to hire the children of China's ruling elite. The New York Times reports.
"It's a very winnable race," the former Republican National Committee chairman says.
The town will not mark the anniversary of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, which occurred on Dec. 14, 2012, with a public remembrance, and it has asked the news media to stay away.
President Obama added that there was no guarantee that an accord allowing Iran to enrich nuclear material for power with enough restrictions to assure Israel would emerge during talks.
The last of the funerals for passengers killed when a Metro-North Railroad train derailed was held Saturday, as transit officials worked to fix the tracks for the eventual restoration of service.
On the 72nd anniversary of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, one Connecticut Army veteran is fighting for his hometown to properly and publicly display all the names of the veterans who hailed from the town and fought – and sometimes died – in America’s wars.
Campbell Soup apologized Saturday for a tweet by its SpaghettiOs brand that marked the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks with a picture of its smiling mascot jauntily holding an American flag.
State Representative Ralph Sheffield is doubling his campaign budget, not to battle his challenger, but to distinguish himself from another Sheffield in a separate, hotly contested race.
Merrill Newman was released after a month of detention in North Korea after expressing regret for his actions during the Korean War.
Millions of people prepared to endure icy conditions expected to last through the weekend in much of the nation.
Two Connecticut teenagers from the same middle school are in hot water -- and one is facing charges -- after they both posted images of guns to their Instagram accounts at different times on the same day.
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake in central Oklahoma shook residents Saturday, just weeks after the two-year anniversary of the strongest earthquake ever recorded in the Sooner state.
With thousands of jobs on the line, the U.S. negotiates what could be the largest trade deal ever.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has released guidelines on mass casualty events for first responders, recommending entry into “warm zones” before they are secured.