Saudi Arabia's crackdown on dissent is attracting fresh attention following the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey
The White House has rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin's offer to send 12 election meddling suspects to the U.S. for interrogation in exchange for the U.S. sending suspects for unknown crimes
The White House says President Trump wants Russian President Putin to visit Washington this fall
The 12 boys and their soccer coach who were trapped in a cave in Thailand for more than two weeks have spent their first full days back at home
North Korean officials release a statement calling recent talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo "regrettable"
The Syrian civil war has created a mental health crisis, with many people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety. For patients with the most extreme disorders, only three psychiatric hospitals are still standing. Warning: Some footage could be troubling for some viewers
Nicaragua is marking its National Liberation Day as pro-government paramilitaries invade and capture the streets of Masaya, a city that's been at the center of the resistance and pro-democracy movement
Mo Rocca delves into the family tree of the House of Windsor
England's phone boxes are staging a comeback. The payphones have fallen out of use with the rise of mobile phones but Britons have found imaginative new ways to make use of the relics
Seaweed farming has enriched rural women in this conservative Muslim society; now warming sea temperatures are threatening their livelihoods
NASA administrator expects Russians to resume crew flights to International Space Station in December
The new Titanic, which will cost about $500 million to build, will hold 2,400 passengers and 900 crew members
The Black Sea Maritime Archaeology project says the vessel has been carbon dated to more than 2,400 years ago
The group of over 7,000 migrants is still over 1,000 miles from the nearest U.S. border crossing
"Severe acute malnutrition among children has increased by a staggering 150 per cent," says an OCHA report
Any trade truce still seems far off for the world's two richest countries
British parliamentary committee recommended avoiding the term, loved by President Trump, as it is "poorly defined and misleading"
The potentially catastrophic storm is expected to make landfall Tuesday afternoon or evening, the hurricane center says
Their visit echoes another royal visit in 1953 by the prince's grandparents
Category 3 storm has west-central and southwestern Mexico in its sights, spurring thousands of evacuations
On "Intelligence Matters" this week, Former top CIA official Norman Roule says the idea of a murder sanctioned by MBS is "not in the DNA of their past operational activity"
After weeks of media leaks, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declined to offer solid evidence of a "political murder" in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate
Trump told reporters "we have top intelligence people in Turkey," but he didn't specify who he meant
Trump has threatened to cut aid, as thousands of people head toward the U.S.
Saudi Arabia is claiming journalist Jamal Khashoggi died after getting into a fight inside the consulate
"I have been told that the medications are supposed to help me, but I don't remember why. My stomach hurts almost every day," said one 17-year-old in a declaration filed in federal court
Joachim Roenneberg is being remembered as one of the country's "finest resistance fighters"