After nearly two years of negotiations, a deal has been reached on Iran's nuclear program. The agreement is a pivotal moment in relations between Iran, which was eager to end economic sanctions, and the West, which wants to stop Iran becoming a nuclear power. Here's how people around the world, from leaders to ordinary citizens, are reacting.
The Pentagon could in the coming months lift the ban on transgender people openly serving in the U.S. military, after Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Monday a plan to study "readiness implications of welcoming transgender persons to serve openly."
Almost one year to the day after he died at the hands of New York City police officers -- an episode that fueled months of racially underscored anti-police protests across the nation -- the family of Eric Garner accepted a pretrial settlement from the city Monday.
When we last met Jean Louise "Scout" Finch, in Harper Lee's classic "To Kill a Mockingbird," she was 8 years old and had just been saved from an attack from "low-down skunk" Bob Ewell, thanks to the reclusive Boo Radley.
They came early in the morning and from all over -- the men, women and children of the South, brought together by a shared sense of purpose and promise and a shared determination to write a new chapter in the too often tragic history of our state and nation.
His eyes have studied the faces of some of the most notorious criminals in America. His hands know almost every mark, freckle and hairdo of those who have appeared in courtrooms from Los Angeles to Oklahoma.
President Barack Obama commuted the prison sentences of 46 drug offenders, saying in a video posted online Monday that the men and women were not "hardened criminals" and their punishments didn't match the crimes they committed.