Hundreds of migrants feared dead in Mediterranean shipwreck2.
ISIS claims responsibility for deadly suicide bombing in Afghanistan3.
FBI admits to exaggerating forensic hair evidence for two decades4.
U.N., Oxfam reports: At least 120,000 displaced due to Yemen conflict5.
California water board issues revised drought regulations plan
The week's best photojournalism
Rainbow-colored fields blanket the Netherlands, Gisele gets a glamorous send-off, and more
Congress' capricious interest in foreign policy
Many lawmakers now argue that foreign policy is exclusively in the president's domain — except when it isn't
Audiophile: A movie gem to stream this weekend
June 17, 1994 is a gripping and emotional look at a pivotal day in sports history
The case for compensating kidney donors
Altruism isn't a sufficiently motivating force to give up an organ
Why Labour will lose the British elections
American progressives are winning the battle against austerity. The British ones, not so much.
Why are these teachers going to jail?
A group of Atlanta teachers got caught fudging test scores — and now they're doing hard time
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Hillary Clinton's Libya problem
The former secretary of state can't wash her hands of what amounts to a foreign policy disaster