Intense talks over Iranian nuclear program have gone beyond deadline and could be extended further as negotiators try to come to an agreement
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
Aviation officials in France say they're looking at widespread rule changes to prevent a repeat of the Germanwings Flight 9525 crash
Just hours before the deadline, a deal to curb Iran's nuclear program remains elusive
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.
January raid in the Philippines to capture Zulkifli bin Hir resulted in the death of 44 elite police commandos
Zaur Dadaev, who is charged with the killing of Boris Nemtsov, tells court he was "told what to say and how to say it"
During a nationwide shutdown, 10 people tested positive for the disease, although the number of cases is diminishing
Super Typhoon Maysak, which is blamed for 4 deaths, is expected to weaken before reaching the Philippines
17-year-old son of Canada's consul general was killed when he went into a house to buy marijuana, father says
Blaze at a shallow-water oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico forces the evacuation of 300 workers
Passenger planes traveling in opposite directions avoid possible midair collision
Retreat of Boko Haram fighters from military forces brings to light "gruesome scenes of mass graves," human rights chief says
If extremist group gains full control of refugee camp, they can potentially threaten the heart of the capital
As Saudi-led campaign against Shiite rebels continue, medical center says factory workers were crushed by rubble or burned to death
Officials say Saddam Hussein's hometown has been clawed back from militant group, and vow ISIS' stronghold in the country is next
Kim Ki-jong, 55, indicted on attempted murder charges after brazen knife attack on ambassador in South Korean capital
Self-imposed deadline came and went and intense negotiations could be extended further, but purported progress is keeping Kerry in the room
Day after Germanwings parent company admits it knew co-pilot Andreas Lubitz suffered severe depression, CEOs visit crash site