Deeds, 55, was stabbed and seriously wounded by his 24-year-old son, Gus, on Nov. 19. Gus Deeds then shot and killed himself.
Around the world today, the powerful “feed upon the powerless” and too many people are treated as “consumer goods to be used and then discarded,” Pope Francis writes in his first major paper since becoming leader of the Roman Catholic church last May.
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Pakistan to protest U.S. drone strikes inside their country.
Just before the sun rose on Geneva on Sunday, international negotiators emerged to announce Iran and world powers had reached a deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program for six months while the two sides work out a permanent, more sweeping solution.
The case of Earl Sampson is especially outrageous: Sampson, has been stopped and questioned 258 times in the past four years.
As feared, the number of confirmed deaths in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan continues to rise as authorities search through destroyed buildings and as they reach remote areas that were devastated when the storm blew through on Nov. 8.
There was high drama Thursday on the floor of the Senate as Democrats significantly changed the way business in the chamber is done.
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing a change to allow travelers to make phone calls as they fly on jetliners in the U.S. The agency’s new chairman, Tom Wheeler, calls the current ban on the use of cellphones during flights “outdated and restrictive.”
We’re circling around for another look at one of this week’s more talked-about stories: The Boeing 747 “Dreamlifter” cargo jet that touched down at a small municipal airport in Wichita, Kan., instead of its intended destination about 10 miles away, McConnell Air Force Base.
A former president, a baseball legend, a country music star and a woman who’s a powerhouse in American media were among 16 people honored Wednesday at the White House with the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.