Law enforcement outfitted with iPhones capable of scanning a person's face and matching it to a database of people with criminal records.
Drought grips Horn of Africa region -- which encompasses Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Eritrea -- leaving millions at risk.
Minnesota's state shutdown entered day 12, making it the longest in US history and leaving 22,000 state employees unemployed.
The move is an effort to admonish Pakistan for expelling U.S. military trainers, and show disapproval for terrorist activities there.
Ahmed Wali Karzai, the half-brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, was shot dead at point blank range this morning.
What the DEA's recent ruling could mean for medical marijuana dispensaries.
President Obama puts entitlement reform on the table in debt ceiling talks, Democrats say they were caught completely off-guard.
A new study shows people on Medicaid see doctors more regularly, are more financially stable and less depressed.
Execution could hurt U.S. diplomatic relations with Mexico and may violate U.S. compliance with Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.
British detectives investigating the illegal phone hacking conducted by the tabloid's staff say the number of victims could exceed 4,000.