By Tess Owen
More than 800 people have been killed in Haiti, nearly a million households are without power in Florida, and the storm is continuing toward South Carolina and Georgia.
"When you're a star they let you do it." Trump said of trying to kiss beautiful women. "Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."
Democrats ask disaffected Libertarian voters: Do you really know what you're voting for?
By Kayla Ruble
Politicians and federal regulators allege pharmaceutical maker Mylan cheated taxpayers out of millions of dollars after raising the price of the lifesaving allergy injectors.
The U.S. labor force is growing at its fastest rate since the Great Recession, as rising pay is prompting millions of Americans to start looking for jobs.
President Juan Manuel Santos has spent the last four years on a deal with FARC guerrillas that would bring peace to a country that has experienced civil war for five decades.
By Tess Owen
Hurricane Matthew, already a Category 4 storm, is reportedly getting more powerful as it approaches Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia.
By VICE News
The war with the FARC, together with some other similar conflicts in Colombia, has killed an estimated 220,000 people and forced nearly 7 million from their homes.
Parker's critics feel as though he's getting away with something, on the back of a film that isn't great and whose hype is apparently powered by white guilt.
By Justin Ling
Haiti's presidential election process has been cancelled, postponed, and decried as fraudulent for nearly a year. Now, it faces a hurricane.
By Noah Kulwin
Within the past few weeks, the federal government arrested an NSA contractor, alleging he stole classified material.
Rather than winning a trophy for the Libertarians, Weld is now on the same mission as Hillary Clinton, and that's stopping Republican nominee Donald Trump.
By Tess Owen
"Stay with us, bro," one officer says. "What's your name, big man?"
Pence controlled the VP debate and managed to deliver a revisionist version of Trump, while looking, well, presidential.
The VP is always "a heartbeat away," as they say, but Tim Kaine and Mike Pence have a better-than-normal chance of actually becoming president of the United States.
After years of hard work to prevent a peace deal between the rebels and his successor's government, former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe has propelled himself back into the global conversation
Experts are warning that a common overdose antidote isn't strong enough to counteract a substance that is around 100 times more potent than fentanyl
By Jo Tuckman
In a shocking turn, an accord that would have ended the 52-year war between the Colombian government and FARC rebels was narrowly rejected during a referendum.
In the western province of Alberta, provincial officials are trying to find more doctors willing to offer assisted dying.