SRINAGAR, India — Indian authorities struggled to contain street protests Monday by Kashmiris defying patrols and a stringent curfew after at least 25 people died in clashes that followed the killing of a top rebel leader.
BEIJING — At least six people were dead and 8 others missing after Typhoon Nepartak battered China's coastal Fujian Province with heavy rain and strong winds that toppled homes and triggered landslides, government agencies said.
DAYTON, Ohio — The first general election presidential debate will take place in September at Wright State University and the Dayton school is preparing to absorb the consequences — good and bad — that come with it.
SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — North Korea said Monday it will end a diplomatic communication channel with the United States and hinted at harsher punishment for Americans detained in the country in retaliation for U.S. sanctions that target leader Kim Jong Un.
ATLANTA — Long-tenured members of Martin Luther King Jr.'s church have some advice for today's social justice activists: You're on the right side, but get organized, never use or condone violence, and always use the power to vote that earlier generations secured.
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. — A Michigan sheriff pledged Tuesday to review his department's guidelines for transporting suspects charged with violent crimes after an inmate who was cuffed in front rather than behind his back wrested a gun from a deputy and killed two court bailiffs.