The former secretary of state, first lady, and senator is the first woman to top a major political party's ticket in a US general election.
The Kremlin's spokesman said Americans were playing "the Russia card." Foreign minister Lavrov was a bit more colorful when asked if Russians had stolen Democratic emails.
The 26-year-old suspect in the massacre had previously threatened to kill hundreds of disabled people "for the sake of Japan."
Two attackers descended on a church in Normandy during mass on Tuesday, taking five people hostage and killing an 84-year-old priest.
A shooting at a nightclub in Fort Myers, Florida, just after midnight on Monday during a teen night left at least two people dead and 14 injured.
After acquiring key Yahoo assets like email, news, and financial services, Verizon reportedly plans to integrate the company with AOL.
The latest figures from the International Organization for Migration show that 2,977 people have died so far in 2016, with around 20 migrants dying each day since March.
With just 15 days to go before the 2016 games kick off in Brazil, a sports court struck down Russia's appeal of a doping ban that could prevent all of its athletes from competing.
The rescue of 42 women and 38 children was secured after soldiers infiltrated a Boko Haram meeting in Gangere village, in an operation that left more than 40 militants dead.
The writer responsible for the speech apologized and said the GOP nominee rejected her resignation because “people make innocent mistakes.”
In the latest move against Turkey's academics and various state institutions, the ban was reportedly enacted to keep any coup plotters involved in academia from leaving the country.
The former model's first prime-time speech included a passage that was strikingly similar to something the current first lady said in 2008.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has named several new targets in his investigation into lead contamination of the city's water system.
The first case of yellow fever turned up in December in Angola's Luanda province, the country's most populous province and home to the capital city of the same name. The virus has since killed nearly 300 people.
The public payroll's house cleaning comes after an audit found that more than $2 million a month was lost to people scamming the system, profiting from thousands of public sector jobs that didn't actually exist.
A judge handed down sentences against four men for violating the Neutrality Act, a little-used law that prevents US citizens from acting against a friendly nation.
The case opened in a Mombasa court on Wednesday over an incident where two men were forced to undergo extensive physical evaluations at a local hospital to determine whether they had engaged in homosexual activity.
Pirates who have relied on hijacked oil tankers in the region for profit have had to adapt to low oil prices, switching to kidnapping for ransom as their primary focus.
The development is a necessary step in the reconciliation that may end two and a half years of war, but it comes amid a precarious, oft-broken ceasefire and a humanitarian disaster.
Disagreements over how many weapons and people Machar can bring with him have repeatedly stalled his return to Juba after more than two years of civil war.