Friday, March 27, 2015
The first batch of severe weather in this year's tornado season devastated an Oklahoma mobile home park, as storms across the area damaged buildings, tore off roofs and left debris strewn across roads. One person was killed and several were injured.
A former University of Oklahoma fraternity member caught on video leading a racist chant said Wednesday he's deeply sorry for his role in the incident and upset and embarrassed that he failed to stop it.
Albums by The Doors, Radiohead and Lauryn Hill will be preserved by the U.S. Library of Congress in recognition of their historical contributions.
The Army sergeant who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban for five years will be court-martialed on charges of desertion and avoiding military service, a U.S. official said Wednesday.
California announced legal action Wednesday to suppress a “reprehensible” ballot initiative to outlaw homosexuality — on pain of execution — in the famously liberal U.S. state.
The house where the killer responsible for one of the worst mass school shooting in U.S. history lived and began his murder spree has been demolished, officials confirmed on Wednesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday sided with a former delivery driver who claims she was the victim of discrimination when she became pregnant.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
The U.N. will now give benefits to all spouses of gay U.N. staffers who are legally married after Russia and other opponents of same-sex marriage failed Tuesday in an attempt to scuttle the plan by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
A vibrant stream of giant murals greets people heading in from Bogota's main airport or walking down the cobblestone streets of colonial downtown.
Amnesty International on Tuesday condemned a crackdown on demonstrations that swept Venezuela last year and which left 43 people dead, saying protesters were shot, electrocuted and sexually assaulted.