In the parched Northern Plains, where the worst drought in decades has withered crops and forced some ranchers to begin selling off their herds, a cloud-seeding program aimed at making it rain would seem a strange target for farmer anger
The earthquake in Mexico has startled immigrant communities around the U.S. as people frantically try to connect with their loved ones, and figure out ways to send emergency help, money and goods.
Minnesota kicks off public hearings this week on whether regulators should allow Enbridge Energy to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota
Right-wing commentator Milo Yiannopoulos vows to hold a rally at the University of California, Berkeley after a student group that planned a week of events with him canceled
Undercover police officer, Air Force lieutenant were among 120 people forcibly arrested when police began clearing streets in downtown St. Louis last weekend
Court documents show the mother of a 6-year-old who authorities say was shot and killed by his father in an apparent murder-suicide in Massachusetts had feared several years ago that it would happen
North Korea's foreign minister told world leaders Saturday that US President Donald Trump's insult calling the country's leader Kim Jong Un "rocket man" makes "our rocket's visit to the entire U.S. mainland inevitable all the more."
Syria's foreign minister said victory against terrorists in his war-ravaged country "is now within reach" while North Korea's foreign minister said President Donald Trump's insult to his country makes an attack against the US mainland inevitable
Iraq's foreign minister is asking nuclear countries for help building a nuclear reactor for peaceful purposes, saying the country has a right to use atomic power peacefully under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.
Iraq's top diplomat is reiterating its government's opposition to Iraqi Kurds' planned independence vote next week, telling the U.N. General Assembly officials want 'to preserve the unity of Iraq.'