Between traveling overseas, fundraising and being Trump’s chief lobbyist on Capitol Hill, the vice president has been carving out his own political identity.
Turnout is heavy in this East African economic hub known for its relative, long-term stability as well as the ethnic allegiances that shadow its democracy.
Foreign ministers from 14 nations are meeting in Lima in hopes of finding consensus on a regional response to Venezuela’s growing political crisis.
U.S. officials are abandoning plans to require sleep apnea screening for train engineers and truck drivers, a move that has safety experts concerned.
The fight will involve cooperation with the militant group Hezbollah and the Syrian army on the other side, although Lebanese authorities insist they are not coordinating with Assad’s government.
An undisclosed location where drug users inject themselves with heroin and other drugs has been quietly operating in the U.S. for the past three years, a medical journal reveals.
Kina the false killer whale, used in groundbreaking research on whale hearing and military sonar, has been sold to an amusement park in Hawaii.
The Trump administration opens the door to industry-friendly changes to a plan to protect the ground-dwelling bird across vast areas of the American West.
Hackers are demanding that the network pay a ransom of several million dollars to prevent further such releases.
On the 10th anniversary of breaking baseball’s all-time home run record with 762, Barry Bonds tells AP he believes he would have reached or come close to mark if he played one more season.