About 82,000 residents were forced out of their homes when a massive blaze broke out 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
The president has several pressing issues to deal with, but his first order of business is a trip to Baton Rouge.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell responds to reports that Hillary Clinton says he advised her to use a personal email account.
Turkey's president says an Islamic State bomber as young as 12 carried out the assault.
Armed jihadis on motorcycles invade a Nigerian town, shooting at residents while they slept in their homes.
Kellyanne Conway, who once criticized Trump's decision not to release his tax returns, now supports it.
Donald Trump's campaign expenses more than doubled last month, despite keeping the same payroll and airing no TV ads.
Bomb threats are on the rise, and the problems they create go well beyond the disruption from evacuations.
The prisoners were found guilty of involvement in the killing of hundreds of military recruits, officials say.
Recent high-profile defections could mean assassination and kidnapping attempts by the North, an official says.
Criticized for his deadly anti-drug crusade, Rodrigo Duterte threatens to withdraw his country from the U.N.
Lou Pearlman, 62, was credited for starting the boy-band craze and launching the careers of Justin Timberlake and Nick Carter.
One night after becoming the first woman in track and field history to win five gold medals, Allyson Felix added to her collection.
In 1995, Clinton delivered a landmark human rights speech in Beijing that set her apart.
The older sibling of Omran Daqneesh, whose image, dazed after an airstrike, shocked people around the world, has died in Aleppo.
Companies belonging to the presidential candidate reportedly have more than twice the amount shown in campaign filings.
Former North Korean embassy minister Thae Yong Ho was being investigated for a series of crimes, state media claim.