The school year at Haileybury College’s campus outside Beijing began with three People’s Liberation Army soldiers marching on a running track as the Chinese national anthem played over loudspeakers.
The FBI is helping authorities in the Cincinnati area investigate recent bomb threats at high-profile local venues.
A school bus driver was killed Sunday and several others were seriously injured after the bus veered off the roadway near Denver International Airport and crashed head-on into a concrete pillar, police said.
Attorneys for the winner of a $487 million Powerball jackpot are announcing the winner’s philanthropic plans for the money.
China’s military says the Chinese and Russian navies are launching eight days of war games in the South China Sea, in a sign of growing cooperation between their armed forces.
Hillary Clinton’s diagnosis of pneumonia is a serious concern, but something from which she soon should recover, several doctors and medical experts said Sunday.
Hillary Clinton could spend $2.2 million every day until the Nov. 8 election without running out.
Police in Alabama say six people were shot, one fatally, after a peace rally at a public housing community.
North Korea’s Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho departed Pyongyang on Monday for a pair of international meetings, including the U.N.
A South Korean official says North Korea is capable of conducting another nuclear test anytime at one of its unused tunnels at the country’s main atomic test site.
Rebel factions in Syria expressed deep reservations on Sunday about the terms of a U.S.-Russian deal that seeks to restart the peace process for the war-torn country, with the leader of at least one U.S.-backed rebel faction publicly calling the offer …
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the electric car company is making major improvements to the Autopilot system used by its vehicles, which will dramatically reduce the number and severity of crashes in which they are involved.
Two people were critically injured and a good Samaritan killed a suspect during a confrontation in the parking lot of a suburban Kansas City Wal-Mart.
More than 6,000 gallons of oily water have been recovered at the site of a spill near Louisiana’s Bay Long that has covered dozens of birds in crude, the Coast Guard said Sunday.
Nearly 160 years after the massacre of a wagon train in southern Utah, the pioneers’ descendants got their first glimpse of what is believed to be their gravesites.