Nelson Mandela, who became a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died.
What happens when parents decide they can't take care of the child they adopted? For some orphans, it has meant falling into a dangerous Internet exchange market.
New international test scores show American students lagging behind in math and performing about average in science and reading. But critics say there's no reason for alarm.
Twenty-two years of war between North and South Sudan ended when southerners gained independence in July 2011.
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Republicans on Capitol Hill are continuing their investigation into the failed debut of the president's health care law.
A Canadian study shows healthy overweight people still face a higher risk of death, strokes, or heart attacks than folks who carry normal weight.
Cyber Monday hit a new sales record this year, rising 18 percent from last year's big ecommerce day to $1.74 billion.
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The life of Trinity Broadcasting Network co-founder Paul Crouch will be celebrated publicly on television this coming week.
As Jews and Christians worldwide face a growing wave of persecution, one Jewish leader is saying the two groups must stand together to confront increasing violence.
For eight days at this time of year, Jewish people around the world celebrate Hanukkah, a holiday marking a great victory won 2,000 years ago.