Many migrants have died trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe. Bulgaria is now seeing a surge of migrants attempting to enter Europe by land from Turkey.
Gap CEO Art Peck says the move is being made to streamline the retail giant as it moves into the future, but questions remain about its long-term relevance and outlook.
The controversy over Rachel Dolezal's racial identity has sparked many public conversations, including one about the challenges faced by white people who are activists on racial justice issues.
Haiti says it's unprepared to handle a wave of immigrants from neighboring Dominican Republic. The Dominican Republic says it will soon begin deporting Dominicans of Haitian descent.
The Dominican Republic is starting to kick out Haitians who entered the country illegally. Steve Inskeep talks to Ezra Fieser of Bloomberg News.
Regulators in the 23 states where medical or recreational marijuana is allowed are having a tough time making sure pot buyers don't ingest harmful pesticides.
There's a new kind of phone scam on the rise: fraudsters using fake numbers to pretend they're calling from the local police department. And there's little the real police can do about it.
Arthur Levine, the former president of Teachers College, Columbia University, is launching a $30 million project that he says will shake teacher education to its core.
A yoga studio in Illinois invited felines from a local no-kill shelter to show off their moves alongside the human yogis. The event raised more than $500 for the shelter.
Republican Assemblyman Scott Wilk said he made the error because he was busy posting on Facebook. Wilk says he was posting his opposition to the budget. He was allowed to change his vote afterward.
Retail giant Target said Monday that it's offloading its pharmacy and clinic business to CVS. The nearly $2 billion acquisition still needs to be approved by the Federal Trade Commission.
The largest breach of U.S. government data was reported last week by the Office of Personnel Management. David Greene talks to Michael Riley, a cyber-security reporter with Bloomberg News.
Jurassic World made more than $500 million in less than a week. The movie was No. 1 in every country, including China, which only allows about 30 Hollywood movies to officially screen each year.
Labor unions argue a deal would erode jobs and benefit corporations. Experts say those concerns are legitimate, but companies that are more engaged in global trade also pay higher wages.
Al-Qaida's Yemen affiliate, known as Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, announced on Tuesday that its leader, Nasir al-Wahishi, was killed by a U.S. drone strike last week.
Key U.S. senators are pushing for a law that would outlaw torture. It would do so by making all U.S. security agencies abide by interrogation methods laid out in the U.S. Army manual.
The Blackhawks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday night in Chicago. It's the Blackhawks' sixth NHL championship overall.
Disagreeable teens tend to grow up into disagreeable adults. A 10-year study finds that disagreeable teens often have no awareness that their behavior is harming their relationships.
Bush kicked off his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination with a rally at a Miami Dade College campus. He promised to reach out to voters that the GOP has failed to attract in the past.
Rachel Dolezal has stepped down as the president of Spokane's chapter of the NAACP. But the discussion about race and identity sparked by her story continues.