The New York Police Department on Friday, Sept. 19, held for the first time ever a memorial procession in Lower Manhattan to mark the anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001. The U.S.
LONDON - The Syrian refugee crisis is changing women's traditional roles with increasing numbers becoming heads of households and the main breadwinners, an international aid agency said on Saturday ahead of a global refugee summit. Most women view the changes negatively with many feeling far more vulner
WASHINGTON - Donald Trump's Republican presidential campaign, widely criticized for refusing to release the candidate's tax returns, released 10 years of returns on Friday for vice presidential nominee Mike Pence. The Trump campaign also repeated a pledge that Trump would release his own r
BAGHDAD - Twelve people were killed late on Friday in two suicide bombings claimed by Islamic State at a shopping mall in eastern Baghdad, police and hospital sources said. More than 40 people were wounded in the attack at Nakheel Mall across from the oil ministry, the sources said.
NEW YORK - Oil prices fell more than 3 percent on Friday, paring the previous session's rise as traders noted that a tropical storm was behind this week's unexpected slump in U.S. crude inventories.
WASHINGTON - The White House on Friday reiterated that President Barack Obama would veto a bill that would allow the families of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia's government for damages. The House of Representatives was expected to vote on the bill on Friday. The Senate passed it unanimously in May.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday rejected a bid by Michigan to reinstate its Republican-backed ban on straight-ticket voting for the Nov. 8 general election.