Two University of Oklahoma students expelled over racist video

2015-03-11 14:33:58

The University of Oklahoma's president expelled two students Tuesday after he said they were identified as leaders of a racist chant captured on video during a fraternity event.

Ferguson, Missouri, city manager resigns

2015-03-11 09:28:40

The city manager of Ferguson, Missouri, has resigned following a US Justice Department report that was highly critical of the city's police practices.

Hillary Clinton defends using personal email account

2015-03-11 09:23:50

Former US secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton says "it would be better" to have used two separate devices for her personal and work email accounts during her four-year tenure.

Wikimedia sues NSA over mass surveillance

2015-03-11 09:10:01

Wikimedia and other groups say one of the US National Security Agency's surveillance programs violates Americans' privacy and makes individuals worldwide less likely to share sensitive information.

Helicopter collision kills 10 in Argentina

2015-03-10 09:21:41

Eight French nationals, including yachtswoman Florence Arthaud, swimmer Camille Muffat and boxer Alexis Vastine, among 10 killed in the accident.

Clinton remains silent as questions mount over email scandal

2015-03-10 11:34:01

Questions are mounting over 2016 US presidential contender Hillary Clinton's private email account as the Democratic front-runner remains silent on the controversial issue.

'You're on fire' - witness recalls Boston blast aftermath

2015-03-10 10:59:13

Tsarnaev, 21, is accused of killing three people and injuring 264, at the famed race's crowded finish line on April 15, 2013.

Prince Charles, Camilla to visit Washington-area sites

2015-03-10 10:36:07

Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, will visit sites across the Washington area next week during their US visit.

55 passengers injured in US truck-train collision

2015-03-10 09:37:43

An Amtrak passenger train collided with a tractor-trailer that an eyewitness said was stuck on the tracks while trying to make a difficult left-hand turn Monday. At least one of the train's cars toppled and 55 people were injured.

Iditarod Trail Sled Dog race paves a new way

2015-03-10 09:36:24

Traditionally held in Willow, the timed start was moved to Fairbanks this year to accommodate an alternate trail selected after race officials deemed sections of the traditional path unsafe.

US slaps tougher sanctions on Venezuela

2015-03-10 09:28:47

US President Barack Obama issued an executive order on Monday, imposing additional sanctions on some Venezuelan officials over human rights abuses and corruption.

All eyes on Apple's Cook as Watch launch expected

2015-03-09 19:54:45

Apple Inc Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook on Monday is expected to announce details of the first product developed under his leadership, a watch that Apple hopes will transform the market of wearable technology.