Stinging Criticism: Brazilians Taunt US Athletes About ZikaAfter months of dire predictions from abroad about the mosquito-borne Zika virus, some Brazilian fans are doing some stinging of their own: They're booing U.S. athletes and taunting them over the fears that kept some competitors at home.
Man Convicted Of Terror Charge Tied To Texas Cartoon ContestAn Arizona man was convicted Thursday of a terror charge tied to an attack last spring on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas, marking the second conviction in the U.S. related to the Islamic State group.
Armed 'Patriots' Turn Protests Toward Muslim AmericansThey are known as “Three Percenters,” followers of a movement that has rallied against gun control efforts nationwide, patrolled the U.S. border with Mexico and recently begun confronting Muslim Americans.
U.S. Orders Agents To Check Travelers For Ebola Signs At Entry PointsThe federal government is ordering agents at airports and other entry points into the U.S. to begin observing travelers for signs of Ebola.
U.S. Conducts Four Airstrikes On Iraqi MilitantsThe U.S. military says American jet fighters and drones have conducted four more airstrikes on Islamic militants in Iraq, taking out armored carriers and a truck that were firing on civilians.
Legal, Political Hurdles In Child Migrant CrisisThe legal, humanitarian and political constraints facing the Obama administration as it copes with thousands of Central American children entering the country illegally has come into sharp focus.
Kenyan Forces Rescue Hostages From Mall AttackA Kenyan military assault on the Somali-based, al-Qaida-linked group al-Shabab who were holding hostages at a shopping mall in Nairobi may have broken the standoff.
Postal Service Shifting Operations From Fort Worth PlantThe U.S. Postal Service says it is shifting operations from a north Fort Worth processing plant to Coppell as part of a nationwide consolidation plan.
Toyota July Sales In US Rise 20 Pct From June