Justus Uwayesu’s life was changed by a chance encounter in Rwanda with an American charity worker.
Travelers from Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone must report their temperatures and any symptoms daily.
The initial hearing for the suspect, Darren Vann, was postponed until next week after he refused to speak to the judge.
A federal jury found that the shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians were not a battlefield tragedy, but the result of a criminal act.
Oregon and Mississippi became the latest states to prohibit further installation of the Trinity Industries ET-Plus rail head, which is thought to have a dangerous defect.
A gay rights group brought to federal court the case of a widow who was turned down for survivor’s benefits because Texas does not recognize same-sex marriages.
There were "several shooting incidents in downtown Ottawa, including "numerous gunmen," police say. Details are still unfolding, but a soldier was shot at Canada's War Memorial.
Oklahoma District Court Judge Robert Stuart said Wednesday that he would allow a law that restricts abortion-inducing drugs to take effect as planned on Nov. 1.
The next archbishop of Chicago, Blasé Cupich, will live in the more modest rectory at Holy Name Cathedral instead of in the archdiocese’s North State Parkway mansion.
The Times’s David E. Sanger remembers a conversation with Ben Bradlee about an article in The Times.
Canada will not be intimidated and will take all necessary steps to counter threats to the country, Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper said in an address late Wednesday.
The Secret Service on Wednesday night apprehended a man who had gotten over the fence at the White House.
A partial solar eclipse will be viewable across much of North America on Thursday as the new moon passes in front of the sun.
A $5 billion commitment from Japan and a franchise transfer are the latest steps to bring a magnetic levitation train to the Washington-New York route.
Some Philippine senators cited the death of Jennifer Laude in calling for a review of the rules under which American military forces visit the country.
In the latest chapter of an ugly billionaire divorce, Chicago hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin has challenged his estranged wife's claims on his private planes and real estate.
Washington -- one of the world's most secure cities -- is reacting cautiously to the shootings inside Canada's Parliament building.
The National Park Service says vandalism has been found within five western national parks and officials are investigating vandalism reports at five other parks.
Social Security recipients will get benefit increases averaging $20 a month in January, the third straight year of historically small increases.