By DAN FROSCH and KIRK JOHNSON
After a movie theater shooting that left at least 12 dead and 58 wounded, witnesses described a scene of claustrophobia, panic and blood.
By JONATHAN WEISMAN
Lawmakers point to ending tax dodges as the answer to much that ails the country, but one deficit hawk's fight for a loophole benefiting his constituents shows how difficult that is.
By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
Elizabeth Warren's haul - $24.5 million so far - has already catapulted her to No. 15 on the list of most successful Senate campaign money-raisers in history.
Just after midnight on Friday, fantasy became nightmare, and a place of escape became a trap, when a man strode to the front in a multiplex near Denver and opened fire.
By FRED GUTERL
Have we reached a tipping point that signals a climate disaster? Scientists are bringing mathematical rigor to find out.
By LYDIA POLGREEN
The seizure of white-owned farms was a disaster for Zimbabwe on many levels, but amid that pain, tens of thousands of people got small farm plots and many ended up faring pretty well.
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
One family that managed to escape the deadly conflict in Syria and cross into Lebanon described a hellish landscape punctuated by explosions.
By NICHOLAS KULISH and MATTHEW BRUNWASSER
The police are searching for clues to the identity of the bomber who blew up a bus filled with Israeli tourists on Wednesday, focusing new attention on his possible accomplice or accomplices.