Pedestrians using their mobile phones could soon be fined and even jailed.
One of the victims in the massacre was a 38-year-old mother of five.
The legendary producer was far more than just the "Fifth Beatle."
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard detained Baquer Namazi's son in October while he visited family.
A rocky Brexit debate, another Euro crisis and a surge in migrants could weaken her position rapidly.
Yeezy announced the change of heart on his Twitter page, posting scrawls on a piece of paper.
Central Command does not often release such information related to airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
It's time for Americans to adopt a European-style culture of drinking that promotes responsibility and civilized sobriety.
Texas has housed 180 Syrian refugees since the civil war began in the country in 2011.
Many companies are thanking former and active military for their service with free meals and promotions.
Catholic women denied the right to enter the clergy are taking matters into their own hands.
In their new book, "Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America," Dick and Liz Cheney say President Obama is what's wrong with the world.
The real estate guru took shots at China, Mexico, Canada and even the U.S. in his speech.
For nearly a decade, a Vietnamese folk singer–turned–double agent caused the deaths of scores of America's spies.
Get your fill of jambalaya, crawfish pie, Cajun jamming or zydeco blue.
A love of pygmy music led Louis Sarno to a life in the jungles of the Central African Republic.
Andrew Niccol's new film captures the price paid by the men behind the controls of America's war on terror.
Participants volunteer personal biological information for researchers and scientists.