The crest of the flood-swollen Danube River surged toward the Hungarian capital of Budapest on Friday, while communities along the Elbe in Germany braced for high water as the river churned toward the North Sea.
Sen. Claire McCaskill says she’s going to continue to block the nomination of Air Force Lt. Gen. Susan Helms
Two masked gunmen stormed into a gym yelling “everyone hit the floor” and opened fire, killing four people in a tough Mexico City neighborhood that is home to the area’s biggest black market, authorities said Friday.
Arena Pharmaceuticals says its weight loss drug Belviq will be available to U.S. patients beginning next week, nearly a year after the drug was officially approved by federal regulators.
The most visible member of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s staff is leaving next month to become the state Lottery’s deputy director.
Britain’s Guardian newspaper says that the U.K. government has been secretly gathering communications data from American Internet giants through the medium of the U.S. National Security Agency.
The stock market rose sharply in early trading Friday after the U.S. government reported that hiring picked up in May.
The Senate has opened debate on far-reaching legislation to overhaul the nation’s immigration system and offer the promise of citizenship to millions.
A senior European Union official on Friday criticized the Turkish police’s harsh crackdown on protesters in the last week
In the upcoming film “Man of Steel,” Superman faces off against ruthless outcasts from his home planet. The last son of Krypton also encounters a more realistic force of nature on earth: a deadly tornado.