Russia wants UN to tighten crackdown on terrorist financing

Russia hopes to circulate UN resolution soon to tighten crackdown on terrorist financing

Police investigate death of Alaska's capital city mayor

Police investigate death of Alaska's capital city mayor who was found at his Juneau home

Emissions Scandal Chokes Volkswagen's November Sales

After a surprisingly resilient October, Volkswagen's November sales tumbled as a result of the scandal in which the company skirted emissions tests.

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Digital rights group alleges Google invades student privacy

Google accused of breaking a promise to respect privacy of students using Chromebook computers

Planned Parenthood shooting renews focus on domestic terror

Planned Parenthood shooting brings renewed focus to domestic terror prosecutions

AP Interview: UAW exploring new strategies at Volkswagen

AP Interview: UAW looks to shed failed tactics, take new approach at Volkswagen

If The Oceans Keep Heating Up, Ocean Life Could Stop Making Oxygen

Tiny organisms called phytoplankton make more than half of the oxygen in our atmosphere, but a new study says warmer oceans could put an end to that.

Mexico experts: passageway may lead to Aztec ruler

Mexico experts find passageway that may lead to Aztec ruler's tomb

The Latest: Mayor in Alaska suffered injuries when he died

The Latest: Juneau, Alaska, mayor had suffered injuries when he was found dead, police say

Body of climber who died on Oregon's Mt. Jefferson recovered

Authorities say they have recovered body of climber who fell into crevasse on Mt. Jefferson

Chrome's Data Saver Helps You Use Less Data On Mobile

Google announced an update to Data Saver that can salvage up to 70 percent of users' bandwidth while browsing the mobile Web.

Zuckerberg is a dad, and he's giving away most of his money

Facebook CEO announces his daughter's birth, plans to spend $45 billion combating world ills

CDC: New diabetes cases in US adults are dropping

New diabetes cases in US adults are falling, but it's not clear why, government officials say

US Sending More Soldiers To Fight ISIS In Iraq

The U.S. will increase its efforts against the Islamic State by sending a new special operations targeting force to Iraq.

UN experts: Up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Libya

UN experts say up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Libya but extremist group is 1 player

Officer says he told boy to show hands before fatal shots

Cleveland officer says he repeatedly told boy with pellet gun to show hands before fatal shots

Coroner: Remains from Kansas are from a juvenile

Coroner says remains found in Kansas barn are those of a juvenile, ID testing to take weeks

Olympian Greg Louganis Talks HIV Stigma And How He Hid His Diagnosis

Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis was diagnosed with HIV in 1988 but didn't make the news public until 1995. Would he do things differently today?

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IRS: Won't use phone-tracking technology without warrant

IRS tells Congress it won't continue using phone-tracking technology without warrants

Report: Drug maker was focused on profits, not patients

Senate investigation: Maker of breakthrough drug for hepatitis C sought to maximize revenue

In slap at Obama, GOP-led House moves to block climate rule

As Obama pushes climate deal in Paris, Congress tries to stop carbon limits on US power plants

Why Now Is An Especially Bad Time For A Government Shutdown

Threatening a government shutdown isn't usually a very viable strategy, especially going into an election year.

Board changes residency rules for legal pot businesses

Board changes residency requirements for legal pot businesses in Alaska

Obama says parts of climate deal must be legally binding

In challenge to Senate, Obama says parts of global climate deal must be legally binding

Autopsy finds man died of 'LSD toxicity' in police custody

Mississippi medical examiner finds man died of 'LSD toxicity' while in police custody