The death toll — higher than in the 1995 sarin gas attack — could make this the worst mass killing in Japan in the post-World War II era.
The violence, which killed only the bomber but also wounded at least 12 people, was the third mass attack in Bavaria in a week.
The Solar Impulse 2 landed today in Abu Dhabi, where it first took off on an epic 25,000-mile journey that began more than a year ago.
The modest increase in his standing moves the New York businessman back into a lead over the former secretary of state.
Jet engine exhaust from airliners endangers human health and adds to climate change, the government found Monday.
The report raised particular alarm about the fate of children, who have accounted for nearly one-third of the deaths or injuries.
Cpl. Montrell Jackson pleaded for his city not to “let hate infect your heart” days before he was shot to death.
Thousands of firefighters were battling the blazes Monday that prompted thousands of people to evacuate their homes, the authorities said.
The promise of overhaul came in the wake of corporate failures including the collapse of retail chain BHS.
Plus: China quiets the news; South Sudan’s shake-up; and more.
The government issued warrants for the detention of dozens of journalists. Many have had their press credentials revoked.
The CMS said it has approved Arizona’s plan to unfreeze enrollment in the Children’s Health Insurance Program, effective today.
Colombian health officials say the number of new infections in their country is falling by more than 600 a week.
The challenge of uniting Sanders' supporters behind Ms. Clinton became obvious Monday, when Mr. Sanders’ own supporters jeered him.
Pennsylvania health officials expect no increases in overall Zika testing volumes or in confirmed cases as a result of the change.
“We want to offer a deep and sincere apology to Sen. Sanders’ supporters, and the entire Democratic Party,” read the DNC message.
Board member Moira Kaleida and 7-year-old Laith Dougherty of Squirrel Hill are doing well following last month’s transplant surgery.
The United States still has thousands of annual HIV/AIDS infections and deaths with calls for more awareness and prevention efforts.
Duquesne University’s Khlood Salman to travel to Saudi Arabia to study the impact of culture and religion on breast cancer prevention.
Alan Jones joined the war against AIDS during the epidemic’s worst years and now offers insights on life, death and HIV prevention.
Authorities said the shooting was not an act of terror. Police detained three people and were searching for others.
FBI confirmation came days after WikiLeaks published nearly 20,000 emails that showed its leaders favoring Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders.
Supporters of both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders spoke at the Wells Fargo Center on the convention’s opening day.
Police arrest a man said to be a former employee at the site after he killed more than a dozen people.
The injuries, caused when a bus struck the rear of a vehicle at Murray Avenue and Bartlett Street, were described as “relatively minor.”
The mayor calls “fair” an award that adds scheduling rights, but means little or no raises for officers through 2018.
A new law allows casinos to pay $1 million for a license to serve liquor 24 hours a day, since state law bans sales between 2 and 6 a.m.
Nicholas Chamberlain, 36, and Linda Chamberlain, 34, have been charged following an investigation that began June 19.
A schedule of headlining of speakers at the Democratic National Convention.
The board of the Silicon Valley company has agreed to sell Yahoo’s core internet operations and land holdings to Verizon Communications.
The Campbells Run Road work is scheduled to be completed by next spring.
Ali Sonboly, 18, had been treated for depression and paranoia.
Founded in 1994, Yahoo was one of the last independently operated pioneers of the web.
The attack killing at least 80 raised fears that the group may be extending its reach beyond Afghanistan’s eastern pockets.
Activists said the air raids began late Saturday night, killing at least five people across Aleppo, including an infant.
Some national security officials have been growing increasingly concerned about possible efforts by Russia to meddle in the election.
The cost of Medicare’s “catastrophic” prescription coverage jumped by 85 percent in three years.
Too busy with your real life to play the hit augmented reality game Pokemon Go? For a price, some entrepreneurs will play the game for you.
Nepal’s prime minister resigned on Sunday shortly before he was to face a confidence vote in parliament that he expected to lose.
The resignation of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz dimmed Democrats’ hopes for a smooth convention in Philadelphia.
Researchers outline a syndrome called “mild behavioral impairment” and proposed a checklist of symptoms to alert doctors and families.
The Gentle Ben’s Giant Breed Rescue provides a foster home and medical care for homeless large-breed dogs
Diagnosed as psychotic by his former psychiatrist, he even created a Facebook page with an alter ego as a professor of salsa dancing.
The platform amounts to a policy statement at the DNC that is unenforceable on the party’s nominee — except by voters.
Sweet potatoes turn up everywhere, as a healthier, nutrient-dense side dish at burger joints and swanky restaurants.
The GOP nominee says he is “looking now at territory” and that he is “talking territory instead of Muslim.”
Thousands of people taken into custody are being held in sports facilities and stables, where some have been beaten and mistreated
The National Council of Jewish Women sponsored the event where 500 children in need selected new school clothes, shoes and supplies.
An effort to build ties among local business, education and political leaders with their Cuban counterparts is beginning to pay off.
A speed-processing exercise had long-lasting brain benefits in a study, but analysts caution more work is needed to verify the finding.