The US has released almost 2,000 emails sent by Hillary Clinton during her time as Secretary of State. A federal court judge ordered their release after finding Clinton used a private address for official emails.
Argentina have demolished their rivals Paraguay in the Copa America semifinal 6-1, with the side's diminutive captain setting up four of the goals but failing to net himself. Argentina go on to play Chile in the final.
The US Supreme Court this week ruled against a regulation limiting mercury emissions. The environmental and coal lobbies are gearing up for a battle over the White House's Clean Power Plan, as Spencer Kimball reports.
More than 50 years after breaking off diplomatic ties with Cuba, the White House has said it plans to re-open an embassy in Havana. With relations between the countries improving, a number of thorny issues remain.
The leaders of Brazil and the US have pledged to work towards visa-free travel and increased use of renewable energy. Brazil's Dilma Rousseff labeled the talks a "relaunch" of relations following the NSA spying scandal.
Chris Christie has launched his bid for the Republican presidential nomination in the US. The New Jersey governor says he’s ready to "lead our country and to change the world."
US markets will likely face little long-term fallout if Greece defaults on its debt. Policymakers in Washington are more concerned about the security implications of Greece exiting the eurozone. Spencer Kimball reports.
After firing many a reality hopeful on NBC's "The Apprentice," billionaire Donald Trump has himself been sacked by the network. NBC ended its relationship with Trump over his "derogatory statements" on immigrants.
The US Supreme Court has ruled states can use a disputed drug in lethal injections. Dr. Allen Ault, who oversaw executions, tells DW about the human cost of the death penalty for the condemned and their executioners.
The second escapee in a brazen prison break in the US state of New York has been shot and captured alive. David Sweat, whose accomplice was shot and killed two days ago, had been sought by authorities for three weeks.
White House hopefuls from the Republican party have shown their ire at the Supreme Court's ruling to allow gay marriage across the country. Mike Huckabee also criticized the US president for changing sides on the issue.
Three people killed in a racist shooting at a Bible study have been laid to rest in Charleston. Debate continues about whether South Carolina should continue to fly the Confederate flag, a symbol of slavery.
Police in the US state of New York have shot dead a convicted killer who had escaped Dannemora maximum security jail twenty days ago. A second convict is still on the run but police are closing in.
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