Controversial Shift In Climate Change Policy

Obama To Announce Controversial Shift In Climate Change Policy Monday

"We can't condemn our kids and grandkids to a planet that is beyond fixing," Obama said in a video released ahead of an announcement of a plan to cut carbon emissions from U.S. power plants.
Mi-28 Helicopter Crash in Russia Photo

Pilot Dead After Mi-28 Helicopter Crashes During Air Show in Russia

A Russian military pilot was killed after his Mi-28 attack helicopter crashed during a demonstration in central Russia.
Photojournalist Dead In Mexico City

Photojournalist Found Dead After Hiding In Mexico City

Ruben Espinosa had reportedly sought refuge in the capital after being threatened in the state of Veracruz.
NY Grants Marijuana Permits To Five Medical Companies

NY Grants Permits To Five Medical Marijuana Companies

A little more than one year after New York legalized medical marijuana, the health department selected five organizations to grow and sell the product throughout the state Friday.
F-35B Lightning II Ready For Combat

F-35B Lightning II Fighters Declared Combat Ready

The U.S. Marine Corps declared the F-35B Lightning IIready for combat missions, a major milestone for the Pentagon's Joint Strike Fighter program and the most expensive weapons program in U.S. history.

Squirrel Virus May Have Killed 3 German Men

Researchers believe the men contracted the virus directly from the squirrels because there is no evidence it can move from human to human.
US Women Soccer Team Welcomed

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Welcomed to NYC with Ticker-Tape Parade

The U.S. women's soccer team was welcomed to New York City with a ticker-tape parade Friday morning as the team returned to FIFA's No. 1 ranking.
Coffee Points Neurological Benefits To Brain

Regular, Moderate Coffee Consumption Good For Senior Brain Health

Researchers believe compounds in coffee help protect neurons from the plaques linked with Alzheimer's.
Sailboat With Dead Body Washer Ashore in Massachusetts

Sailboat with Dead Body Aboard Washes Ashore in Massachusetts

A sailboard ran aground near a public park in northeastern Massachusetts on Friday afternoon. Inside was a dead body.
Karabulak Gendarmerie Station Attack

Two Turkish Soldiers Killed In Apparent PKK Attack

At least two Turkish soldiers were killed and 31 were wounded in a suicide bomb attack carried out on a military police station by Kurdish PKK militants early Sunday, according to Turkey's military.

Three in 10 Americans Have Drinking Problem at Some Point in Their Lives

Nearly 30 percent of Americans have a problem with alcohol at some point in their lives, ranging from binge drinking to full-blown alcoholism, but less than 20 percent are ever treated, a new study found.
Flooding And Landslides In India and Myanmar

Flooding And Landslides Devastate Parts Of India And Myanmar, Killing Dozens

Flooding also killed up to 17 people in Vietnam, and a landslide in Nepal, triggered by torrential rains, killed 36.
French Begin Examination of Suspected MH370 Wing Part

DEVELOPING STORY: Suitcase, Airline Seat May Be Part Of Flight 370 Debris

A shredded suitcase found lying near a piece of airline debris off the African coast earlier this week will be tested for any traces of DNA.

Top Burundi General And Presidential Aide Killed

One of the president of Burundi's closest aides, Lt. Gen. Adolphe Nshimirimana, considered to be second in command of the country, was killed by gunmen on Sunday.