Mohammad Afzal Afzali worked with the Americans as a translator. Friends and family who already live in North Texas went to the airport to greet him with signs and balloons.
Children are among the group of 17 U.S. missionaries that has been kidnapped by a gang in Haiti, according to a religious group with direct knowledge of the incident.
A Kenyan man who had confessed to killing a dozen children and escaped from prison this week has been killed by a mob, police said.
Texas U.S. Senator John Cornyn visited with Afghan immigrants and organizations helping Afghan evacuees to see how the resettlement process is working in Texas.
A truck carrying dairy cows crashed on US-131 near Kalamazoo, killing a large percentage of the cows inside.
Thirty countries from six continents have come to an agreement on how to fight ransomware attacks and improve cybersecurity, according to the White House.
The Biden administration says the United States will reopen its land borders to nonessential travel next month, ending a 19-month freeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The behavior of the radio waves is “extraordinary” according to Ziteng Wang, the international Ph.D. student at the University of Sydney who made the discovery and the lead author of the study, said.
Pfizer researchers want to study the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine in preventing symptomatic cases, reinfections, hospitalizations, deaths, and long-term COVID-19 — so they’re vaccinating the population of an entire city.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reviewed a rare exhibition of weapons systems and vowed to build an “invincible” military, as he accused the United States of not taking action to prove it has no hostile intent toward the North.
A customs dispute at the U.S.-Canada border is threatening America’s supply of a key fish used for popular products like fish sticks and fast food sandwiches.
The 2021 Nobel prize for economics on Monday was awarded to three U.S-based economists for work on so-called “natural experiments.”
The Taliban have ruled out cooperation with the U.S. to contain extremist groups in Afghanistan.
Mexican authorities have discovered more than 600 Central American migrants in trailers near the United States border.
Scientists said it was the second coldest winter after 2004 in the 60-year weather record at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
The pope addressed parliamentarians who were in Rome for a preparatory meeting before the U.N's annual climate conference, which begins in Glasgow, Scotland, on Oct. 31.
The young girl had Rapunzel syndrome, also known as trichobezoar.
More than 130 countries have agreed on a tentative deal that would make sweeping changes to how big, multinational companies are taxed in order to deter them from stashing their profits in offshore tax havens where they pay little or no tax.
An Islamic State suicide bomber struck at a mosque in northern Afghanistan on Friday, killing at least 46 people and wounding dozens.
A powerful, 5.9 magnitude earthquake collapsed at least one coal mine and dozens of mud houses in southwest Pakistan.