Here's how the Olympics are affected Rio's poor
Construction for the 2016 Olympics has forced many of Rio de Janeiro's poorest citizens out of their homes.
Navy blames itself for sailors' Iran capture
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson told the press "a number of small problems" led to an international incident in Iranian waters.
Mexico brewery may be causing water shortage
Zaragoza's mayor says a nearby brewery is causing water shortages in his community.
The Latest: Symmonds has ankle injury
The Latest on the Olympics ahead of the Rio Games (all times local to Rio):
Couple heartbroken after RV stolen in Las Vegas
What was supposed to be a week of fulfilled dreams turns into a terrible nightmare for one family when their home away from home -- their RV…
Meet a few of Iraq's orphans
The aftermath of ISIS' stronghold on Sinjar and the city's later liberation left dozens of children without parents.
Ten people stabbed, beaten at nationalist rally
Ten people have been stabbed at a neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento, California on Sunday.
Glass slide 70 stories in air opens this weekend
A new attraction is opening this weekend — a glass slide on the 70th floor of the tallest building on the West Coast.
Marines' threat: 'Coming to a gay bar near you'
The post shows a uniformed serviceman with a rifle.
Brush fire forcing evacuations near Azusa
Two brush fires erupted in the Angeles National Forest, north of Azusa and Duarte, amid record-breaking temperatures Monday, KABC-TV reported .
Kern Co. crews helping fight Border Fire
A new wildfire has forced the evacuation of hundreds of people from a small town in the California desert near the Mexico border.
California legalizes 'right to die'
California is the fifth state to allow people with a terminal disease to choose to end their own life.