Britain's longest-serving monarch eager to cement ties between the U.K. and the U.S., report says.
Each partner will publish a 15-minute live video centered on the presidential election.
Investors in high-cost housing markets are targeting down-market rentals in other states that they usually don't even visit.
The Cincinnati Enquirer joins the Dallas Morning News and Houston Chronicle in breaking tradition to back the Democratic nominee.
18 Indian soldiers dead in September 18 attack on army camp in Kashmir, which New Delhi blames on Pakistan.
A Levada Center poll sees the party reach new lows for 2016, but no main beneficiary is in sight.
Air operations were halted while Turkish authorities put down a military coup attempt.
Comey has provided new material for Republican efforts to "Nixonize" Clinton by inventing scandals for their base and the gullible.
Ordinarily, libertarians rail against over-criminalization. Not with Hillary Clinton.
An ISIS member would enter the cell carrying a prisoner's amputated head, promising other prisoners a similar fate.
Civilians, police and gunmen dead after rampage in Dhaka cafe.
Experts say the only truly vital fighting force is the Iraqi Special Forces, who have been fighting ISIS for two years.
Donald Trump likely will win the majority of the state's 44 delegates, but won't definitively secure the nomination yet.
U.S. special operations forces are neck-deep in the daily grind of the ground war against ISIS.
Despite calling for unity, Ayman al-Zawahri called Islamic State fighters 'extremists' and 'renegades.'
The university president called the display "deeply disturbing and hurtful," and students say they plan to meet with school officials.