In move likely to anger Trump, U.K., France, Germany, Russia and China to set up financial mechanism to facilitate payments to Iran
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
Beluga whales are typically found farther north
The president announced new sanctions against Venezuela, and national security adviser John Bolton told Iran there will be "hell to pay" if they cross the U.S. or her allies
China exploits our transparency and open society," Coats said during remarks at The Citadel
Egypt says archaeologists have discovered a "massive" ancient building south of Cairo
Doctors treating Pyotr Verzilov said last week that reports he was poisoned are "highly plausible"
Gustave Courbet's "L'Origine du monde" (The Origin of the World) was the most scandalous painting of the 1800s
Jan Smink is the first to give printed food a permanent place in each course on the menu at his new restaurant
Labour Party says it will reject Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed divorce deal with EU, and might support a complete do-over
Addressing youth group, Pope Francis admits faithful "outraged" and Catholic leaders "need to change many situations"
Bank warns isolation and mounting frustration is "spilling over into unrest" and crippling prospects of "region's large youth population"
American and Malagasy authorities investigating death of unidentified officer found dead in their residence
Haspel, speaking at her alma mater, said the CIA is keeping an eye on China's efforts to expand its influence beyond its own region
Within a week, he said he ran out of food and survived on the fish he caught and cooked using wood from the raft
Trump said he will be holding the "second summit "with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the "not-too-distant" future
Scientists are studying tree rings to see changes in climate over hundreds of years
"Lord willing, I'll be traveling before the end of the year," Pompeo said of preparations for a second North Korea summit
The majority of those who died were men, according to a new report from the World Health Organization