'This was an act of self-defence - it was the right thing to do'
Florida Senator emphasises his qualification as the only candidate suited for the '21st century' in fourth televised clash
Mr Woodfox had been told in June that the state of Louisiana could no longer hold him behind bars for the murder of a prison guard in 1972
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee in Wisconsin today won court approval for a plan to emerge from bankruptcy four years after it was swamped by compensation claims filed by victims of sexual abuse committed by predator priests.
The leaders of the United States and Israel underplayed past differences and jointly insisted today that they remained committed to achieving Middle East peace in their first face-to-face talks in a year.
The Republican Party grandees have lost control to Ben Carson and Donald Trump. It was almost amusing at first
Gliniewicz was found dead on the morning of 1 September having radioed that he was pursuing two white males and a black male on foot
Absence of distress call and 'uncharacteristic' sounds from inside plane may indicate events took place without warning
As many as 6,600 inmates have had their punishments trimmed retroactively by the US Sentencing Commission
Change of tactic comes after poor reaction to his attack on Marco Rubio in TV debate last week
The White House is being less than honest, because its strategy in the region is falling apart
Argentina confronts uncertainty after indecisive election
Poll fuels hope of less combative stance with UK
Viewed by her critics as quirky verging on unhinged, the outgoing president divides opinion and leaves her country more isolated than ever