The organization had displayed Iran's national flag on social media without the emblem of the Islamic Republic to show "support for the women in Iran" ahead of the two nations' soccer match.
A boat off northern Cuba traveling toward the United States sank Saturday after a collision with a Cuban coast guard ship, and at least five people died, Cuban officials said Saturday.
No one won an estimated $700 million Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, meaning the big prize will grow to an estimated $800 million for the next drawing, the fifth-largest in U.S. history.
U.S. executives and billionaire investors are mingling and making deals at a conference nicknamed "Davos in the Desert," even as the White House reevaluates relations with Saudi Arabia.
A U.S. State Department statement said the equipment was bought by Haiti's government, which it is thought will be used to halt the spread of cholera.
North Korea's recent barrage of missile launches were the simulated use of its tactical battlefield nuclear weapons to "wipe out" potential South Korean and U.S. targets, state media reported Monday
In separate interviews with NPR, the U.S. special envoy to Iran responds to that country's foreign minister on Iranians' protests over a woman's death, and the state of nuclear negotiations.
The former U.N. official had been arrested after going to Iran to try to free his son - who remains held there.
Customarily, the Fed and other central banks do as much as they can to keep markets calm. This time they're the reason behind the volatility.
Puerto Rico's governor has requested the U.S. government waive a federal law and allow more fuel shipments to the island over concerns of a dwindling supply of diesel in the wake of Hurricane Fiona.
The U.S. dollar is the strongest it has been in 20 years. As it strengthens, other currencies — like the pound — weaken. That's good news for U.S. consumers and importers but bad news for others.
A surprise warning from FedEx has shocked Wall Street and worried some about the direction of the economy.
A U.S. congressional delegation headed by Speaker of the House have visited Armenia, where a cease-fire has held for three days after an outburst of fighting with neighboring Azerbaijan.
Americans remembered the nearly 3,000 lives lost that day with moments of silence, readings of victims' names, volunteer work and other tributes.
A Malaysian defense contractor at the center of one of the biggest bribery investigations in U.S. military history made an escape as stunning and brazen as the case itself.