Between 550,000 and 1.4 million people in West Africa could be infected with the virus by 2015, according to a report issued on Tuesday.
A son-in-law of Osama bin Laden, was sentenced to life in prison following his conviction on terrorism charges.
The U.S. and Arab allies bombed Syria for the first time, killing dozens of Islamic State fighters.
The government's own watchdogs say they tried to hack into the site and found a critical vulnerability.
Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar had participated in or supported the strikes against Islamic State targets.
A bipartisan group of almost 80 U.S. lawmakers urged regulators not to end the ban on making calls on commercial airline flights.
A record 20 percent of adult Americans, or 42 million people, have never married, marking a U.S. demographic and social shift.
Currently on sale in the U.S., Japan, and France, the iPhone 6 will go on sale in 20 more countries this week.
ISIS urged its followers to attack citizens from the U.S. and other countries that joined a coalition to destroy the ultra-radical group.
Hundreds of protesters marched through NYC's financial district calingl attention to capitalism's contribution to climate change.
Cadillacs and Chevrolets are among the models recalled.
This could be the cheapest autumn driving season in a while.
The Texas man accused of breaking into the White House while armed with a knife is a U.S. military veteran.
President Barack Obama has twice invoked Ronald Reagan's seminal campaign question: "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
A look at the big stories that made news this week and the headlines you may have missed.
Americans are angry with the handling of issues ranging from healthcare reform to the rise of Islamic State militants.
Scotland spurned independence in a historic referendum that threatened to rip the United Kingdom apart.
A week-long manhunt continues for alleged cop killer Eric Frein, who was added to the FBI's "most wanted" list.
The U.S. Congress approved plans to train and arm moderate rebels to battle Islamic State.
More than 7 million people are up to date on their monthly premiums for private health plans under the health care law.