About 150 emails sent by former US State Secretary Hillary Clinton from her home server have been "upgraded" to secret. Officials are releasing another batch of Clinton's work emails to the public.
A former US Secret Service agent is the latest to admit to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of the digital currency Bitcoin. Thefts were from the now defunct Silk Road online drug bazaar.
A 74-year-old self-described racist has been convicted of killing three people at two Jewish centers in the US state of Kansas in April 2014. None of his victims were Jewish.
How is it possible, you may ask, for someone lacking basic political knowledge to want to become president of the United States? Perhaps precisely for this very reason, writes DW’s Miodrag Soric.
German weapons maker Sig Sauer is facing a second lawsuit on suspicion of illegally exporting guns to Latin America. A Mexican drug cartel member has confessed to killing 12 people with one of its handguns.
The US National Security Agency (NSA) has run a summer program with the goal of recruiting the next generation of cyber specialists. The agency is at the center of a controversy over the extent of its surveillance.
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker has called a wall along the neighboring countries’ border a “legitimate” idea. Walker is vying for the Republican nomination for US elections in 2016.
Prolific horror filmmaker Wes Craven has died at the age of 76. He directed iconic horror films such as the 'Scream' and 'Nightmare on Elm Street' series, and published a number of books.
After a 40-year political battle, North America's tallest mountain in the US state of Alaska will be restored to its Native Alaskan name, Denali. The decision came on the eve of a presidential visit to Alaska.
Some referred to it as a celebration, others rather thought of the day as a commemoration. But the tenth anniversary of Katrina proved to be an opportunity to reflect on the past and look at what dangers lie ahead.
A humanitarian crisis resulting from Venezuelan border closures has prompted Colombia's president to visit the tense city of Cucuta. Residents are running short of cheap fuel and foods normally obtained via smugglers.
The 21-year-old actor who made Broadway history playing Jean Valjean in 'Les Miserables' has died. Kyle Jean-Baptiste was both the youngest person and the first ever African-American to play the role.
Gang violence is escalating in El Salvador. The country's murder rate is one of the highest in the world. Now, amid criticism, the government is debating whether it should deploy the military.
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