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Iran and the six major powers it is negotiating with can still reach a full nuclear deal by July's target date, but only if Western countries show a "desire" to pursue a deal, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said.
Air-safety and antiterror authorities on two continents appeared equally stumped about what direction the probe should take.
Five top candidates in Georgia's Republican Senate primary are each battling to prove they are the most conservative, which has some in the party anxious about electability in the fall general election.
Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jewish protesters filled a 10-block swath of lower Manhattan on Sunday to protest an Israeli plan to force its religious citizens to join the army.
West Virginia will require stricter monitoring of storage tanks and water systems under a bill the governor is expected to sign in response to a chemical spill that tainted the water supply for 300,000 people.
Sen. Marco Rubio, the Florida Republican and presumptive 2016 presidential candidate, is set to expand his portfolio in a speech on Monday, calling for an array of changes to U.S. economic policy.
The Boston Marathon in April is expected to draw bigger crowds—and unprecedented security measures—after a deadly terrorist attack last year left an indelible mark on the annual race.
Americans renew their relationship with paper, ditching the cheap stuff for reading news and record-keeping to buy expensive stock for photo-based cards and albums from online juggernauts like Shutterfly.com.
William Clay Ford, the last surviving grandchild of auto industry pioneer Henry Ford and a longtime employee and director of Ford Motor, has died at 88, the auto maker said Sunday.
Traces of four previously undetected man-made gases have been discovered in the atmosphere, where they are affecting Earth's protective ozone layer, scientists from six countries reported Sunday.
As the bull market turns five years old, stock investors have a lot to celebrate. But this bull market is showing its age.
The inability of other scientists to achieve the same results is calling the validity of the original research results into question.
A team of American aviation accident investigators, led by National Transportation Safety Board experts, is en route to Asia to provide assistance regarding the missing Malaysian jetliner.
Jobs growth picked up in February as many employers shrugged off snowstorms and bitter cold across much of the U.S., suggesting resilience in the labor market that should allow the Federal Reserve to continue rolling back its bond-buying program.
Politicians poked fun at adversaries and themselves on Saturday night at the annual Gridiron dinner, a gathering of journalists and public figures.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said it would require physical protection for locations which, if badly damaged, could produce cascading blackouts or other widespread problems.
The Saturday Essay: Confident girls are often called the other B-word, and it can keep them from reaching their full potential, write Sheryl Sandberg and Anna Maria Chávez.
As the scramble among Republicans begins for the 2016 presidential nomination, potential candidates used the annual Conservative Political Action Conference to preview their campaign messages.