President Barack Obama on Monday urged U.S.
SEOUL - Two U.S.
CHICAGO - Weight Watchers International Inc said its chief executive, James Chambers, will step down at the end of September after three years on the job, and board member Oprah Winfrey will help the diet company look for his successor. The former talk show queen announced last October that she ha
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma's oil and gas regulator on Monday told companies to shut or reduce intake volumes at 67 wastewater wells spread across 1,116 square miles around where a 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck on Sept.
Five children and four adults were killed early on Monday in a Memphis, Tennessee house fire that was the city's deadliest in nearly a century, officials said. All of the adults and three of the children were pronounced dead at the single-story wooden house in South Memphis, while two more children died after
WASHINGTON - A series of close encounters between the U.S. navy and Iranian combat vessels in the Gulf show the need for Iran and the United States to agree rules of behavior to avoid risky miscalculations, the head of the U.S. Navy said on Monday.
BERLIN - A 95-year-old former paramedic at the Nazi death camp Auschwitz was charged in a German court on Monday with being an accessory to the murder of at least 3,681 people in a trial that is likely to be one of Germany's last linked to the Holocaust.
The Florida mosque where Omar Mateen, who committed the deadliest mass shooting in U.S.
LONDON - Oil prices fell for a second day running on Monday, driven lower by evidence of speculators cooling towards crude and after U.S. drillers added more rigs for a tenth week running.
Americans remembered the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks Sunday at a ceremony marking 15 years, with the recital of their names, tolling church bells and a tribute in lights at the site where New York City’s massive twin towers collapsed. As classical music drifted across the 9/11 Memorial plaza in lower Manhattan, family members and first responders slowly read the names and delivered personal memories of the almost 3,000 victims killed in the worst attack on U.S. soil since the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor.