The extent of the destruction across southern and central Illinois is becoming clearer as searchers comb through the rubble of homes and businesses that were in the path of tornadoes and severe weather that ripped through the region.
NSA officials are bracing for more surveillance disclosures from the documents taken by former contractor Edward Snowden — and they want to get out in front of the story.
As some trucks loaded with food and other aid arrive in the Philippines city of Tacloban they’re being looted by residents struggling to survive in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan
Whether you know it as Veterans Day here in the U.S. or as Remembrance Day in Commonwealth countries, we think you’ll agree that something remarkable happened on this Nov. 11 in England.
Despite the fact that a marathon negotiating session over Iran’s nuclear program came up empty, international diplomats tried to put a positive spin on reaching a deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
An organization representing 40,000 private schools in Pakistan says it has decided to ban I Am Malala, a memoir written by Malala Yousafzai, the teenager shot by the Taliban for promoting the education of girls.
Many health insurers must treat coverage of mental health and substance abuse in the same way they handle treatments for physical illness, according to a new rule issued Friday by the Obama administration.
Saying that “one toy stretches our gray matter; the other expands our sense of childhood wonder,” the National Toy Hall of Fame announced Thursday that its 2013 inductees are the game of chess and the rubber duck.
Meteorologists weren’t holding back Friday after watching in amazement as Typhoon Haiyan roared over the Philippines with pounding rain and top sustained winds approaching 200 mph as it neared the coast.