The man who recently jumped a White House fence posed a greater threat to security than thought. Rep. Darrell Issa suggested the Secret Service chief will have a lot of explaining to do.
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The ongoing tremors from Japan's Mount Ontake have forced rescue teams to suspend efforts to recover the bodies of two dozen hikers killed in Saturday's eruption.
More than 20,000 children escaped Sudan's deadly second civil war by walking thousands of miles to freedom. Many who came to be known as the "Lost Boys of Sudan" made it to the United States. Ger Duany is one of them and a new film is helping tell his story.
New regulations from the Treasury Department are aimed at making so-called "tax inversions" less lucrative. In such transactions, an American-owned business merges with a foreign company in a country with a lower tax rate.
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The same day a woman was beheaded at a Moore, Oklahoma, food processing plant, a second beheading scare occurred in Oklahoma City in what some are calling a "bizarre coincidence."
Hundreds of Palestinians are missing and may have drowned as boats carrying them away from the Gaza Strip sank in the Mediterranean.
As the U.S. continues strikes on the Islamic State, some former Muslims are challenging the president's claim that the group is not Islamic. They say say the practices embraced by ISIS come straight from the Koran.
Colorful parades and festivities throughout Mexico and Central America marked the region's Independence Day celebrations this September.