Expert says European governments may be encouraging terrorists by paying for hostages' release, but should the U.S. be more flexible in its no-negotiation policy?
Iraq’s army launched a new operation to take back more territory ISIS
If the overall defeat of the Islamist militants ravaging Iraq is the U.S. goal, it will likely require considerably more resources
Liberia has sealed off a slum in the capital to contain the outbreak
20 airstrikes were launched in Gaza overnight, including the home of a home of a senior Hamas military commander
Russian trucks ostensibly carrying water, generators and sleeping bags for battered civilians have crossed into rebel-held territory without Ukraine's consent
Taliban leaders say with U.S. firepower pulling out and the country's ethnic divisions as sharp as ever, their day is just dawning
The star chef Neil Perry takes Food & Wine Editor-In-Chief Dana Cowin on a tour of the Asian enclaves that have inspired his cooking
There's no credible information pointing to ISIS plot against homeland, but officials have incomplete intel and that worries them
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Despite previous statements that U.S. military action against ISIS would be limited to Iraq, the fight against ISIS now "knows no borders"
It's not clear whether Shiite militiamen or ISIS extremists carried out attack in volatile province that killed more than 60 people
Authorities say Japanese businessman has fathered 16 babies by Thai surrogate mothers, wants to sire hundreds more
Chinese jet made several close passes by the Navy P-8 Poseidon plane, coming within 30 feet of it at one point, Pentagon says
While U.S. can only confirm small number of Americans have joined terror groups in Syria, officials suspect actual number may be in the dozens
"Tragically it is probably an underestimate of the real total number of people killed during the first 3 years of this murderous conflict"
Only cases reported in nation were those directly connected to American-Liberian doctor who died -- but it's spreading beyond that group
Day after Israeli strike kills 3 top Hamas commanders in Gaza house, militant group imposes its version of swift justice
Bodies of Malaysian nationals killed in jet shootdown return home, but the nation is still grappling with more questions than answers
Moscow says it got tired of waiting for the nod from Kiev, so it ordered humanitarian convoy into rebel-held territory, against Kiev's will
Militants threatened that journalist would be killed and "your citizens will pay the price" for U.S. airstrikes in Iraq
After revelation of failed operation to free hostages, another attempt may prove difficult
Pontiff offers condolence to family of American journalist beheaded by ISIS militants; family plans "healing" Mass to pray for peace