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Police in Britain arrested two men on suspicion of arson late Sunday, after an Islamic center in the town of Grimsby caught fire, according to a statement by county police. The blaze coincided with inciting messages on social media.
The former top legal officer of the parent company of Fox News says he never received notice thatJustice Department was targeting one of its reporters in a leak investigation.
Moore, Oklahoma, takes stock a week after deadly storm ravages the city.
Peace negotiators trying to end Colombia's blood-drenched, five-decade old civil war Sunday announced an agreement on land reform between the Colombian government and FARC rebels.
Years before two men allegedly hacked a British soldier to death on a London street, Kenyan authorities arrested one of them on suspicion of terror ties.
In the wake of an alleged terrorist attack on one of its soldiers, Britain is forming a task force that will examine the forces behind extremist groups in the country, Prime Minister David Cameron's office announced Sunday.
Two men have been charged with endangering an aircraft, police in Britain said Sunday. An altercation they were allegedly involved in caused a flight from Pakistan to the UK to be diverted Friday.
Protesters filled Paris' Esplanade des Invalides on Sunday, rallying against a new law that will allow same-sex marriage in France starting Wednesday.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry outlined Sunday a $4 billion economic development plan for the West Bank that he hopes will help encourage peace in the region.
Syria has tentatively agreed to participate in a peace conference next month in Geneva, Switzerland, Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem said Sunday.
At least 24 people were killed and 33 were injured in Saturday's audacious Maoist attack on a political motorcade in India's Chhattisgarh state, the province's home secretary told CNN Sunday.
From the "Three Represents" to the "Harmonious Society," Beijing has long been fond of clunky political slogans. But the "Chinese Dream," widely considered as the governing catchphrase of Chinese President Xi Jinping, has a decidedly more captivating ring.
Like father, like son. Nico Rosberg won an incident filled Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday 30 years after his father Keke's victory on the famed city circuit.
It's no secret among European football fans that for many years the U.S.'s attempts to embrace football -- or soccer as they like to call it -- were treated with derision. Their players weren't as good, the sport didn't have any history, the terminology was all wrong and the commentators would get way too excited over average plays. The ill-fated North American Soccer League, with its countdown clock and refusal to accept a draw as a genuine result, was proof to everyone else that they just didn't get it. But things have changed dramatically in recent years and overseas fans are now being forced to accept that the Americans may actually get it all too well.
Not content with having the world's best player, Lionel Messi, on their books, Barcelona have moved to sign Pele's "modern successor" -- Neymar.
Ed Shaughnessy, the longtime drummer for "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," has died, a close friend said Sunday. He was 84.
Three dozen earthquakes over the past week in central Arkansas shook shelves, rattled nerves and prompted speculation about their cause.
Sniffer dogs will search an Oregon high school for explosives before students return from the Memorial Day weekend, because one of their classmates was planning to attack them with bombs, police said.
The body of a missing teenager was found Sunday, a day after he was reported missing in floodwaters that struck south Texas, bringing the death toll from the severe weather to three.
Transportation authorities in Washington state hope to have traffic flowing again by mid-June along a critical highway corridor where a bridge collapsed last week, Gov. Jay Inslee said Sunday.
With a daring move in the last few laps, Tony Kanaan of Brazil passed American Ryan Hunter-Reay and won the 97th Indianapolis 500 under a yellow caution flag.
The redshirt freshman quarterback who led the University of Notre Dame to an undefeated regular season in 2012 and a berth in the national title game has been suspended for the fall semester for "poor academic judgment," Everett Golson said in a statement released by the school Sunday.