Lavrov says the West wants 'regime change'
Russia's foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, accused the West of targeting Russian economic and social stability with its Ukraine sanctions.
'Big Gaps' in Iran nuclear talks
If significant progress is made between the P5+1 and Iran, talks could be extended Monday. If not, diplomacy could breakdown between the countries.
AQAP denounces ISIS territorial claim
Jihadist politics can be fickle. AQAP released a video condemning an ISIS claim that it now controlled territory outside of Iraq and Syria.
China's economy is in trouble
In a surprise move, the Chinese central bank cut its interest rate to boost an economy known for rapid growth.
Kenya bus ambush leaves 28 dead
Al-Shabab militants are suspected in a Saturday bus ambush in northeastern Kenya that killed 28 passengers.
Man rushes pregnant wife to hospital on tractor
He put his wife in the seat of the tractor, put her bags between her legs, grabbed the U-bar of the tractor with one hand, the wheel with the…
Teen arrested, learns Yik Yak threat is no joke
A Yik Yak post has landed a teenage girl in big trouble.
Berkeley students continue to protest fee hikes
For a third day, students are continuing a sit-in at a UC Berkeley classroom building to protest tuition hikes.
Kamala D. Harris: 'Trust will be restored'
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris has issued the following statement following President Barack Obama's immigration executive order.
Tuition hike tentatively approved in California
A committee of the University of California governing board has tentatively approved a tuition increase.
Suspect ID'd in Manhattan Beach school threats
Police say they've identified someone they believe posted an ominous online warning that closed a Southern California school for two days.
Rapper Tiny Doo will go to trial, judge decides
It's a showdown that is breaking legal ground -- a local man with no criminal record facing a lifetime behind bars for cutting a rap album.