Nobel Peace Prize News
Nobel laureate: If atomic bombs exist, disaster inevitable
The head of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, the recipient on this year's Nobel Peace Prize, said Saturday that as long as atomic bombs exist, a disaster is inevitable
John Legend on fatherhood: 'You want people to have justice'
Grammy Award-winner John Legend on fatherhood: 'You want people to have justice'
10 Things to Know for Today
Among 10 Things to Know: San Diego area is latest front of southern California wildfire fight; Palestinian groups call for mass protests on Trump's Jerusalem decision; Britain and the European Union say they are moving to new phase of Brexit talks.
Ex-husband of Norway royal says Spacey groped him in 2007
The former husband of Norwegian King Harald's daughter has alleged that actor Kevin Spacey groped him during the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo
Liberia court says presidential runoff vote can go ahead
Liberia court clears the way for presidential runoff vote to go forward after fraud challenge
Social media is the new battleground in fight over Rohingya: Part 2
The Myanmar military and advocates use platform to get the news out about crisis.
Trump move on Jerusalem highlights Arab divisions
Muslims across the Middle East are warning of disastrous consequences after President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, but in a region more divided than ever, many ask what leaders can do beyond the vehement rhetoric
Chemical weapons watchdog member states appoint new chief
Member states of the international chemical weapons watchdog have appointed a Spanish diplomat as the organization's new leader
US, UK, France won't send ambassadors to Nobel ceremony
Three nuclear powers will send deputy chief of missions _ not ambassadors _ to the Dec. 10 ceremony for the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to ICAN, which is calling it a snub