Less than a week ago, they were newlywed lovebirds, enjoying a honeymoon. But amid automatic gunfire and screaming victims, Steven Nabil and Narneem Shorees became convinced that their recent nuptials would soon be followed by funerals.
The flight data recorder on doomed EgyptAir Flight 804 indicates possible lavatory and avionics smoke before the plane plummeted into the Mediterranean Sea, the nation's civil aviation ministry said Wednesday.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday he believes the United States will continue to be a "nation of immigrants" despite attempts to exploit "anti-immigration sentiment" -- a thinly-veiled swipe at presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald T...
Sumner Redstone will almost certainly not be in a Massachusetts courtroom on Thursday when his attorneys and those representing Viacom convene for a hearing that may shape the future of his media empire.
Public appearances by the 93-year-old Redstone,...
Seeking to reaffirm its commitment to diversity in the wake of the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has extended invitations to 683 new members, which would grow the organization by roughly 10 percent.
With flags across Turkey at half-staff and the nation observing a day of mourning, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan proclaimed the terror attack on Istanbul's airport "will not divide or split our country."
Hillary Clinton's personal email set-up caused extensive troubles inside the State Department, including her own messages to top staffers getting lost in spam filters, according to a new deposition of top aide Huma Abedin.
Congress just gave Puerto Rico a lifeline. On Wednesday night, the U.S. Senate passed a bill known as PROMESA (Spanish for "promise") to help the island get out of a $70 billion debt burden. It passed with a vote of 68 to 30.