Doctors have put former Israeli president Shimon Peres in an induced stroke after he suffered a stroke on Tuesday.
Efforts to conceal alleged corruption involving the Clinton Foundation demonstrate that Hillary Clinton isn't qualified to ...
New York City investigators are searching for a man suspected of setting fire to a traditionally dressed Muslim woman on Park Avenue.
Monsignor John Stephen Mraz, of Bethlehem, was charged with owning child pornography.
The Bank of England introduces its first plastic banknotes, with a new five pound featuring World War Two leader Winston Churchill.
The Australian government has proposed a date for a possible compulsory plebiscite on same-sex marriage.
The sound that sparked a lockdown at a suburban Philadelphia military academy was not caused by gunfire, officials say.
The Democratic Party does have procedures in place should its nominee for president become unexpectedly incapacitated.
Hillary Clinton hopes to resume campaigning in the next few days, as she’s feeling better after a bout of pneumonia.