ATCHISON, Kan. — A Catholic college in northeast Kansas plans to rename a yoga classes and change the content to ensure the class focuses only on physical exercise and not spiritual or cultural elements.
CARACAS, Venezuela — Protests flared Wednesday in slums that have long been bulwarks of support for Venezuela's socialist leaders hours after a pro-government rally degenerated into heckling of President Nicolas Maduro.
WASHINGTON — The United States and China have struck what appears to be an unusual bargain as President Donald Trump says he won't label Beijing a currency manipulator and voices confidence Chinese President Xi Jinping will help him deal with North Korea's mounting threat.
SAN DIEGO — A 17-year-old boy adjusting to a new life as a refugee in the United States after fleeing war-torn Syria with his parents and four sisters is presumed dead after disappearing in the ocean on his first trip to the beach.
SYCAMORE, Ill. — An Illinois judge on Wednesday granted a certificate of innocence to a Washington state man who was wrongfully convicted in 2012 of the 1957 kidnapping and killing of a 7-year-old girl, clearing the way for him to sue Illinois.
Russia vetoed a U.N. resolution Wednesday that would have condemned the reported use of chemical weapons in a town in northern Syria and demanded a speedy investigation, triggering clashes between Moscow and the measure's Western backers.