Thousands marvel as total eclipse darkens Chile, Argentina
Tens of thousands of tourists have flocked to cities and towns across northern Chile to stake out spots in one of the world's best locations to witness Tuesday's total solar eclipse.
Mystery of NSA leak lingers as stolen document case winds up
A high-profile raid at the home of a National Security Agency contractor seemed to be linked to the devastating leak of U.S. government hacking tools, but three years later, with the case close to being resolved, whoever was behind the leak is a mystery.
Barr sees a way for census to legally ask about citizenship
Justice Department is shaking up the legal team trying to add a citizenship question to the census.
DHS official defends conditions at Border Patrol stations
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan is defending conditions at U.S. Border Patrol stations following reports of unsanitary conditions.
Quakes push Californians to prepare for the next big jolt
The two major earthquakes that hit Southern California should alert people across the nation of the need to be prepared for the natural disasters, the state's governor said as officials expressed relief that the damages weren't worse.
Tens of thousands in Hong Kong take message to mainlanders
Protesters in Hong Kong are taking their message to visitors from mainland China.
US wins 4th World Cup title, 2nd in a row, beats Dutch 2-0
The United States will be vying for its fourth Women's World Cup title when it meets European champion the Netherlands on Sunday.
Financier Jeffrey Epstein due in court over sex charges
Law enforcement officials say that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested in New York on sex-trafficking charges.
The Latest: Japan concerned over Iran's uranium enrichment
The Latest: Iran says it is raising its enrichment of uranium beyond the limit set by its unraveling 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.