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Homeland Security Official Won't Say Which U.S. States Russia Hacked
Senators were left frustrated by the Department of Homeland Security's refusal.
ISIS in Marawi: No Texts From Trapped Families As Power Dies Across the City
The conflict in the southern Philippines has been raging for more than a month, despite President Duterte's assurances it would be over in three days.
NHL Names MVP...And It Wasn't Sidney Crosby
Crosby was 19 when he first won the league award.
Venezuela Rejects OAS Criticism: 'Do You Want War?'
The U.S., Brazil and 10 other members of the Organization of American States (OAS) accused Venezuela of undermining democracy and failing to feed its people.
Step Aside Justin Gatlin and Company: Meet The Future Stars of U.S. Sprinting
Four-time Olympic sprint medallist Ato Boldon believes it is time for the new guys to show their stuff.
Philippines Siege: ISIS Militants Have Withdrawn From Their Base at an Elementary School in Marawi
"The school area is again safe."
Saudi Arabia: King Salman Promotes Son to Be His Successor
Known as 'MBS', the 31-year-old is now next in line to the Saudi throne.
Philippines: ISIS-Linked Militants Storm School as Fighting With Duterte's Government Continues
The assault came on the same island where fighting between government troops and Islamist militants has entered its fifth week.
Who is Bijan Kian? Feds Probe Ex-Flynn Associate for Payments From Companies With Russian and Turkish Ties
It is not clear whether Kian is a target of the criminal investigation or whether investigators are trying to build a fuller understanding of how Flynn's company operated.
U.N. Refugee Agency Wins Nod To Use Islamic Alms To Aid Middle East's Needy
Agency says it has rulings from top clerics in Egypt, Morocco and Yemen that will persuade rich Muslims to donate alms for relief work.
Venezuela Death Toll Climbs as Teenager is Shot Dead in Venezuela Anti-Government Protests
The dead protester was named as 17-year-old Fabian Urbina, who died from a gunshot wound in the chest.
Tesla Autopilot Driver 'Repeatedly Warned' To Take the Wheel Before Fatal Crash: Report
Joshua Brown was killed when his Tesla Model S collided with a truck while it was in the "Autopilot" mode.
House Speaker Paul Ryan Pledges Tax Reform in 2017
Republicans want to ensure their tax code changes are completed before the 2018 midterm elections.
Philippine Army Aims to End ISIS Marawi Conflict By End of Ramadan
They fear that new groups will join the conflict after Eid al-Fitr.
Tiger Woods Explains How He is Receiving 'Professional Help' to Manage Pain Meds
The 14-time major championship winner was arrested in May for driving while intoxicated.
China Has Nine Times More Millionaires than a Decade Ago: Survey
Strong growth in the world's second-largest economy has spurred wealth creation.
Muslim Girl's Murder Outside Virginia Mosque 'Not a Hate Crime': Police
Darwin Martinez Torres, 22, is suspected of killing Nabra Hassanen, 17, after getting into an argument with her group of friends.
Prostate Cancer Drug: 3-in-1 Test Could Turn Astrazeneca's Lynparza Into a Precision Treatment
The test can also quickly detect if prostate cancer is evolving genetically and might be becoming drug-resistant.
Syria: U.S. Warplane Shoots Down Assad Regime Jet for First Time in Conflict
Washington claimed that the jet had attacked Coalition-allied forces but Damascus said it was fighting ISIS militants.
Trump Aides Kushner and Greenblatt To Visit Jerusalem, Ramallah To Kick Start Peace Bid
The talks follow President Trump's meetings with Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas.
NATO War Games Focus on Defending Suwalki Gap From Potential Russian Attack
The border between Poland and Lithuania is strategically important because its seizure would cut off the Baltic states from the rest of the Western alliance.
Dozens Hurt After China Eastern flight Hits Turbulence Between Paris-Kunming
Four passengers are described as being in a serious condition.
USS Fitzgerald: Bodies of Missing U.S. Navy Sailors Found on Warship
Japanese media said all seven of the sailors who had been reported missing were found dead.
Battling ISIS: Iraqi Forces Storm Last Islamic State Group Stronghold in Mosul
The historic district is the last still under control of the militants.
Portugal Forest Fire: Death Toll Rises to 57
Hundreds of firefighters were still battling the flames on Sunday morning.