The EU wants Turkey to keep more Syrian migrants from flooding into Europe. But the Syrians don't want to stay in a country that won't give them work permits or citizenship.
The origins of "respectability politics" are more complicated than you might think.
The latest fire at the Shrine of St. Joseph breaks the mold of the previous six, because it targeted a predominately white church.
The scare took place in Poland, where Mariusz and Jakub Dulaj took a skydiving trip that was captured on video by a camera mounted to Mariusz's helmet.
The commonwealth faces a budget shortfall of $28 billion over the next five years.
The soldier was injured during a mission to free about 70 hostages from the Islamic State. This was the first U.S. soldier to be killed in Iraq since the end of combat in 2011.
Though the HPV vaccine prevents cancer, doctors hesitate to suggest that preteens get vaccinated at routine visits, a study finds. Or they're offering it for teens they think are sexually active.
Women are afraid their husbands will walk out. They think, I'll die anyway, so what's the point of seeing a doctor. Or there may be no treatment within reach.
One of the men arrested was Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzmán's brother in law, who authorities say supervised the construction of a tunnel used for his escape.
Who were the women who worked against voting rights for women in the early 20th century? Some were involved in community and charity — but not electoral politics.
Ryan has asked for more work-life balance if he becomes the next speaker. If more men did that, it could make the U.S. workforce way, way more equal.
For several years, the owners of a Maryland house have synchronized lights to music, from Halloween favorites like Michael Jackson's "Thriller" to more recent hits.
The Democratic presidential candidate is expected to face tough questioning over the 2012 attack that killed four Americans, including the U.S. Ambassador to Libya.
The creators of the popular podcast Welcome to Night Vale are now telling their tales of a strange desert town in novel form, in a new book reviewer Amal El-Mohtar calls "splendid, weird, moving."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is testifying before the House Select Committee. You can watch live here.
Getting through October and November can be tough for first-year teachers. Having someone along for the ride can help, and a veteran teacher near Miami offers hope and advice.
A teacher and a student have died and three other people are seriously wounded in southern Sweden, after a masked man armed with a sword or knife attacked a school. The man was killed by police.
The doctor named in the Italian reports is Takanori Fukushima, a neurosurgeon who lives in North Carolina. He denies the claims.
Paul Murray's absurdist tale of banking, art theft and failed schemes might be the funniest book about the European financial crisis you'll read all year — but it's bloated by too many subplots.