A gunman opened fired Thursday afternoon at Sacramento City College, killing one person and wounding two others. Witnesses describe what they saw as the suspect gunned down students on the California campus.
Preachers and protesters outside the Carl D. Perkins Federal Building in Ashland, Ky., in advance of Rowan Clerk Kim Davis' appearance before a judge over her refusal to grant marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
Tiananmen Square was filled with tanks, missiles and thousands of people on September 3, 2015 as China celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Japanese surrender at the end of WWII. Japan occupied China for much of the war, and the parade was both a chance to celebrate the end of that occupation and demonstrate the modern might of the Chinese military. (Stuart Leavenworth and Natalie Fertig / McClatchy)
In California's fourth year of drought, officials are finding it increasingly difficult to fulfill their legal and contractual obligations to distribute water. Following a controversial decision to supplement water flows along the Trinity River out of tribal concerns for salmon populations, Central Valley farmers, who are fallowing land due to statewide irrigation cutoffs, are calling foul on the decision.
In 7,000 pages of Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department, amid a trove of notes on Middle East policy and gefilte fish and the TV show “Parks and Recreation,” is an exchange involving South Florida and Cuba ties.