Mother of twins is first fatality named in Brussels attacks

The bombings in Brussels have claimed the life of a Peruvian woman who is also the mother of twin baby girls, Peruvian officials said today.

2 Brussels attackers identified as brothers

Two brothers have been identified as suicide bombers in the deadly attack in Brussels that killed 31 people Tuesday, according to Belgian authorities.

Officials: Suspect in Brussels attack still on the run

The suspect involved in the airport bombing in Brussels is believed to still be on the run, according to Belgian officials.

State police: 2 teens abducted by uncle rescued in Louisiana

Louisiana State Police troopers rescued a 15-year-old boy and his 13-year-old sister who had been abducted from their home in North Carolina on Monday night by their uncle.

American teen in Brussels survives third brush with terrorism

An American injured in the Brussels terror attacks has already been impacted previous terror attacks in Boston and Paris, his family said.

Vietnam War veterans being honored in Charleston

Vietnam War veterans are being honored in Charleston as part of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the war.

New York, DC ramp up security in wake of deadly Brussels attacks

Police are increasing their presence in U.S. cities including Washington, D.C., and New York in the wake of deadly explosions at an airport and subway station in Brussels.

Bill Clinton says he wants to ‘put the awful legacy of the last 8...

At a campaign stop in Spokane, Washington, Bill Clinton raised eyebrows when he made an apparent jab at President Obama’s administration.

‘Mockingbird’ tickets selling quickly after author’s death

The death of "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee hasn't hurt ticket sales for a dramatic version of her novel staged each year in her Alabama hometown.

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