Days after Senate okays huge arms deal with controversial Middle East ally, U.N. highlights Saudi-led offensive's toll on innocent lives
U.N. shuts down aid convoys in Syria after trucks hit by an strike. Syrian Arab Red Crescent says attack killed local coordinator. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Aleppo, where violence has left a week-long cease-fire in shambles
Worldwide condemnation and concern follow Pyongyang's claims to have tested most powerful nuclear weapon yet. President Obama has promised "serious consequences." Adriana Diaz reports.
About 1,800 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean Sea, pushing the total this week above 10,000. Over four million Syrian refugees are still living precariously in the Middle East. Holly Williams has more.
More heavy fighting along the Turkey-Syria border. After an easy victory against ISIS, Turkish forces and U.S.-backed Syrian rebels headed further south to take on Kurdish fighters -- who are also allies with the U.S.
Muslim mayor has been unusually outspoken about U.S. politics, insisting rhetoric from GOP nominee will only help ISIS
For now, airlines are going to smaller cities like Santa Clara, where the first commercial flight to Cuba in more than 50 years touched down. Kris Van Cleave reports families are being reunited in this new chapter of U.S.-Cuban relations.
Why do the people in the village of Acciaroli live well above Italy's national average? And why does it have one of the world's highest concentrations of people over 100 years old? Seth Doane goes to find out.
More than 43 years after the Vietnam War ended, hundreds of thousands of cluster bombs dropped by U.S. planes are still maiming and killing people
No information was available about what caused the explosion
Militants ram explosives-laden vehicles into security checkpoint north of Baghdad
He only had a chocolate bar with him
Vladimir Zhirinovsky is an ultra-nationalist leader in Russia, and one of Donald Trump’s most vocal supporters
Elizabeth Palmer reports from Syria on the bleak outlook for battered Aleppo as the bombs fall anew
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called North Korea's latest nuclear explosion a "reckless act of provocation"
They rejected proposals to liberalize the current restrictive law
Fidel Urbina is wanted for allegedly beating and raping a woman in 1998, and raping and killing another woman the same year while out on bond
Officials say at least 162 bodies recovered from doomed boat, including many women and children, but hundreds still missing
According to Sky News, 5-year-old Rawan Alowsh was only member of her family to survive Russian or Syrian regime bombing in Aleppo
Reshma Quereshi is challenging beauty standards and speaking out for fellow acid attack victims
"White Helmets" have for years rushed to bombing scenes to try and rescue victims, now they say they're being targeted
Catholic Church in U.S. territory fears, with statute of limitations lifted on civil suits, accusations from 60s, 70s could lead to payouts
Catholic Church officials pleaded for the life of priest who was kidnapped from his parish residence one day after two other priests were killed
Italy's efforts to reverse one of Europe's lowest birthrates was deemed sexist and racist