All he did was ask to go home. The last time the Burmese slave made the same request, he was beaten almost to death.
If you didn’t have to deal with the cover of a cloudy sky Tuesday night, you got to see quite a show by two planets.
“Americans and Cubans alike are ready to move forward,” the president said Wednesday.
A Springfield man will find out next month how much prison time he’ll serve for a drug-induced crash that killed a father and daughter.
Sales tax in Puerto Rico will increase by 4-and-a-half percent starting Wednesday, from 7 to 11-and-a-half.
Facebook lit up early Monday morning with posts of bright streaks that many people saw around 1:30.
The attack bore the trademark of the Islamic State group’s propaganda.
Monday’s stock slide has investors nervously awaiting Tuesday’s opening bell amid the Greek Crisis and an emerging crisis in Puerto Rico.
A survey of the country’s top largest companies shows CEO earnings are up 54 percent since 2009, while employee pay stays flat.
Following years of recession, Gov. Alejandro Padilla says Puerto Rico needs to make drastic budget cuts, and set money aside to pay its $72B…
Global markets plunged following one of the most dramatic weekends in Greece’s five-year financial saga; the country woke up to a changed fi…
Americans overwhelmingly support hosting the Olympic Games in the U.S.
Something went wrong during Sunday’s Space-X Falcon Nine rocket launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida.
More than 400 people, many of them seriously burned, remained in hospitals Sunday after a fire spread into a crowd of spectators at a music …
Syrian Kurdish fighters said they fully secured the Turkish border town of Kobani on Saturday
“Islamist terrorism has again struck France,” Prime Minister Manuel Valls said.
It’s been besieged, razed, and set on fire. But the ancient city of Babylon still survives.
A picture NASA posted online has people questioning if Mars was once inhabited by an ancient civilization.
The report by the Institute for Economics and Peace measures countries on factors including levels of violent crime and political instabilit…
The unforgiving heat wave in Pakistan has now killed more than 1,000 people. Many say the government is not doing enough to help.