Dozens of charities have implemented programs to help people in the Bahamas get the supplies and living essentials in the aftermath of the storm.
The accused face up to 15 years in prison for violating child protection laws.
As the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, family members and former FBI agents say a conspiracy of silence means "we still don't know what happened."
They built a case... brick by brick.
Facebook is in the business of exploiting your data. The company is worth billions of dollars because it harvests your data and sells it to advertisers. Users are encouraged to like, share and comment their lives away in the name of staying connected to family and friends.
The new French president has criticized France's colonial legacy in Africa, but early signs suggest he may not follow through by pulling out.
Cheaper soda is likely to lead to higher rates of obesity, diabetes and cancer worldwide, according to a new report from the CDC and American Cancer Society.
New York City was the only U.S. city to rank in the top 10.
Top South Sudanese officials have accrued fortunes during the country\'s civil war.
The seeds for the corruption scandals plaguing Jacob Zuma's party were sown in 1994.
Fed records show several incidents were described internally as "espionage."
Brazil was booming in 2009 when Rio de Janeiro won its bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. Now the country is gripped by political scandal and facing its worst recession since the 1930s.
A decade ago, China\'s currency was very lightly traded abroad. Now it is one of the five most heavily traded in the world.
Supporters of the slain opposition leader have managed to communicate with Nemtsov's sources.
Voters and the press love to hate big banks, but misunderstandings may promote dangers in the financial industry.
As long as drug production continues unhindered, Afghanistan will destabilize the rest of the world.
As peace talks begin in Belarus, the war continued to rage in Ukraine.
The housing recovery stalled in the second half of 2013 as interest rates increased and prices surged
Troops tightened their siege of separatist-held Slaviansk in what Moscow called a "criminal" assault by Kiev
In a small town near Naples, Europe\'s largest forgery network continues to churn out fake euros under the watchful eye of the local mafia