Rescue workers are searching for survivors in the aftermath of the blast which officials say might have been caused by ammonium nitrate.
Blood still stained the asphalt Wednesday morning as the streets of Beirut teemed with rescuers and bystanders a day after a massive explosion killed at least 100 and injured 4,000 people in Lebanon's capital.
Trump made good on his threat to sue the state after he claimed it passed the mail-in ballot measure in a "late night coup."
A dramatic illustration of the power of the explosion that rocked Beirut on August 4 came during a video interview on BBC Arabic.
There were reports of downed trees, damage to buildings, and widespread power outages as Tropical Storm Isaias passed over New York.
In two years since Marlene Stollings took over once-storied program, 12 players have left amid allegations of abuse by the coach and two assistants.
This sale on Amazon features deals on everything from Keurig K-Cups to egg cookers and more—shop our top picks.
Colorado State president Joyce McConnell said the school will investigate allegations of football coaches trying to cover up COVID-19 health threat.
As Alex Smith of Washington and Ben Roethlisberger of the Steelers attempt comebacks from significant injuries, here's a look at four all-time greats.
Coronavirus updates: Stimulus package deal expected by end of week; US nears 5M cases; Clorox wipes shortage could stretch into 2021
A deal on the coronavirus stimulus package could be reached by end of week. The fifth vaccine developer released promising results. Latest news.
Some experts say a lack of information about how kids contract and transmit the coronavirus will leave the nation unprepared when schools reopen.
On August 6, 1945, a U.S. bomber famously known as the Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, marking a historic act of nuclear warfare.
Coverage had become so skewed to the negative that simply promoting objective, positive stories about the country is denounced as political propaganda.
Optimism surrounding the coronavirus stimulus bill, investigation into deadly Beirut blast and more news you need to know Wednesday
Our country has endured high opportunity costs for keeping white men in power for so long while ignoring the political contributions women could make.
Carmelo Anthony's late heroics helped the Portland Trail Blazers defeat the Houston Rockets and keep his team's playoff hopes alive in the NBA bubble.
Roger Marshall bests Kris Kobach in Kansas GOP Senate race, plus more key takeaways from Tuesday's primaries
Michigan, Arizona, Kansas, Missouri and Washington all held primaries Tuesday. And the results are still slowly coming in.
Look before you lock: Child safety advocates worry about hot car deaths amid COVID-19 stress and rising temperatures
In the first seven months of 2020, 14 children in the U.S. died in hot cars, according to child safety website KidsAndCars.org.
Another 1.4 million workers likely filed initial unemployment claims, indicating layoffs have persisted as states pause or roll back reopening plans.
Virgin Atlantic filed Tuesday for protection in U.S. bankruptcy court as it tries to survive the virus pandemic hammering the airline industry.