German prosecutors' latest remarks appear to bolster mounting evidence that Andreas Lubitz battled severe depression
Saudi Arabia and its allies have dropped hundreds of bombs this week on Shiite rebels, but Jere Van Dyk wonders if they've bitten off more than they can chew
Investigators say 28-year-old Andreas Lubitz deliberately drove Germanwings Flight 9525 into the ground, killing himself and 149 others
Israel and Washington have a history of spying on one another
More than 125,000 of Iraq's Christians have been forced to flee the homeland they have lived in for nearly 2,000 years because of ISIS violence and threats
"The world really left Syria to its own devices," says Ward, and with ISIS now the focus of attention, Bashar Assad continues his massacre "with impunity"
The alignment of extremists in Nigeria and the Middle East could have troubling implications for the future of the global jihad movement
A Germanwings plane, en route from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, crashed in a remote area of the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board, in the worst plane disaster in mainland France in four decades.
U.S. Homeland Security gave a 90-day humanitarian pass to Jose Chua, 20, a Mexican national who is seeking medical treatment
The White House is expected to announce the reductions Tuesday, the United Nations deadline for submissions of climate change proposals
Nigeria's voters are split almost evenly between incumbent Goodluck Jonathan and challenger Muhammadu Buhari
German officials said Andreas Lubitz had been treated as a suicide risk; indications mounting that his mental condition played into the tragedy
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has left the nuclear talks a day early, while negotiations continue
U.S., U.K. warn nation's hotly-contested presidential election may be subverted by "deliberate political interference"
With Syria's civil war now in its fifth year, nearly 4 million people have fled Syria, but Assad denies they're fleeing the Syrian army
Attempts to force the rhino out of the city by honking car horns and beating drums were unsuccessful
After Knox's acquittal in the murder of her former roommate Meredith Kercher, a reporter recounts some of the bizarre red flags that marked the Italian prosecution of the American student
Day after Saudi-led, U.S.-backed alliance touts plans for ground intervention, airstrikes apparently block advancing Shiite rebels
European investigators claw for clues as to what could have driven Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz to fly himself and 149 others into a mountain
With pressure on in Switzerland for U.S.-led talks to bear fruit by Tuesday deadline, there are signs of backsliding
The World Food Program says it's taking in less money and warns that it "can't function in emergency mode for too long"
A 7.7-magnitude temblor struck about 40 miles southeast of the coast of New Guinea, generating a small tsunami