US visa waiver changes affect closest allies
The 38 countries that are affected are considered low-risk and include most of Europe and other U.S. allies.
Alaska's capital city mayor, IU grad, dies
The newly elected mayor of Alaska's capital city was found dead at his Juneau home, and police are investigating a range of possible causes.
AirAsia report blames pilot error for 2014 crash
Investigators say poor pilot training might have contributed to last year's AirAsia plane crash that killed 162.
US Marine guilty of killing transgender woman
U.S. Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton has been convicted of homicide by a Philippine court for the murder of a transgender woman.
After hiatus Japan starts whaling for 'research'
Japan will send a fleet of ships to capture 333 minke whales for what it calls scientific research, though others think it's a loophole for whaling.
Why Obama admitted this about climate change
President Obama says the U.S. is taking responsibility for the large role it has played in fueling climate change, but why is that important?