The historic Ronald Reagan Presidential Library had a narrow escape from a new fire that raged across the Simi Valley area of Ventura County.
Bowie was more than a multi-platinum rock and roller. He was also one of the more literate composers in the business.
More than 1,250 people have been killed by police this year under the watch of the far-right president, who came to office promising a zero-tolerance approach to crime.
Weapons purchased by Simmons ended up being recovered by law enforcement in Washington, D.C., several of them from people who weren't permitted to own firearms.
A lawsuit alleging discrimination against a North Carolina school system has been partially dismissed by a judge.
Russia's deputy foreign minister says that when it comes to not recognizing the Syrian government's authority, "that's where we do not see eye-to-eye with the U.S. on the approach to this situation, and it cannot be otherwise."
A Pew Research Center survey showed that a majority of Americans (62 percent) believed that it was acceptable for professional athletes to publicly address political issues.
We now face a serious competitor that does not want to share the world stage—it wants to dominate and control it.
"The pharmaceutical industry is being scapegoated for something where there's plenty of blame to go around," says Northeastern University's Leo Beletsky.
The U.K.'s General Dental Council has suspended Tushar Kantibhai Patel for the maximum sentence available.
The doctor who has issued the most vaccine exemptions in the San Diego area has been charged with gross negligence for granting an exemption to a four-year-old based on "irrelevant family medical history" and inadequate documentation.
With their children's college education in limbo, parents have turned to an educational consultant to the law firms retained by the five families charged in the scandal.
Stranded between Iran and Erdogan, Israel needs regional allies—but they won't move until the peace process with the Palestinians is revived.
Both affirmative action and legacy admissions policies have come under scrutiny recently.
Gita Gopinath told "El Pais" there was "clearly a need to solve problems with the global trading system [in a] cooperative way."
General Mazlum Kobane told NBC that the pullout of U.S. troops and the agreement to a buffer zone could have catastrophic consequences for the Kurds.
Frank Perrone, a partner at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP, said Judge Indira Talwani seemed to be crafting sentences that fit the specifics of each crime.
Vice President Mike Pence announced a "ceasefire," but both Turkey and Kurdish-led forces rejected this.
The teenager sat down with Stylist Magazine to discuss what life would be like in space, from the food to the toilet arrangement —and the prospect of being the very first person to touch foot on Mars.
"I saw that alpha females are the true leaders of the pack, not the big alpha males. Wolves have a matriarchal society and males seem to totally accept that, " expert Rick McIntyre said.
Colleges across the nation are increasingly turning away from using the ACT and SAT for admission. Here's a list of some of the top schools doing so.
A top adviser to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Turkey's incursion did not constitute "a military operation, but an invasion and aggression against the sovereignty of the Syrian Arab Republic."
Commentator Charlie Sykes criticized the University of Wisconsin-Madison College Republicans' response to a student who taped pieces of paper with disparaging remarks about Trump to their office.
"I don't feel safe anywhere," said Camilo Dunoyer, 18, whose family's story was recently featured in a Netflix documentary on what it's like to be undocumented in the U.S.