Thousands of Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica for more than a month can now proceed with their journey to the United States.
Cuban parents are now changing their priorities in education and are pushing the country’s young to learn American English instead of the traditional Russian amid the warming relationship between Cuba and the U.S.
ISIS releases new video threatening the U.S.
Pope Francis’ visit in the U.S. Capitol proves how his benevolent aura follows him wherever he goes as he renders America’s lawmakers speechless with his kind words mixed with powerful intent.
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Could 2015 finally bring a nationwide answer to one of today's most sensitive social issues?
Microsoft's newest OS is all about change and improvement in its threshold. Here's what the latest leaked build offers.
Ebola patients Ashoka Mukpo and Maria Ramos were cleared of Ebola, while Dallas nurses Nina Pham and Amber Vinson's conditions have improved.
Cyber-theft gets resolved one step at a time as the Department of Justice indicts four members of the International Computer Hacking Ring.
The estimated costs for combating the current wildfires in Washington, including one that is now the biggest fire in state history, have now exceeded $50 million. The approximately 400-square-mile wildfire in the state's north-central region, combined with dozens of other fires also burning elsewhere in Washington have amounted to a devastating toll, both physically and fiscally.
Massive wildfires in Washington have been burning for days, causing massive destruction and evacuations for residents. And while the flames have begun to calm down near Pateros, the area most devastated by the blaze, the weekend's howling winds are pushing the devastating wildfire in new directions.
A massive, wind-fueled wildfire is burning through the beautiful Leavenworth, Washington landscape, and the inferno has chased residents out of nearly 900 homes in its wake.
The legalization of same-sex marriage in various states is not only a win for civil rights activists, but may also prove economically beneficial.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox has taken his newfound activism in favor of marijuana legalization to San Francisco, where he joined other legalization advocates to urge the United States to adopt federal laws that would decriminalize the sale and recreational use of the plant.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.