Eyewitnesses Reveal Horrors of Syria School Attack
Among the 15 children killed were a brother and sister and an only child.
Opening of Talks With Colombia's No. 2 Rebel Group Delayed
Colombia's president orders his negotiating team to delay its departure for Ecuador's capital to open peace talks with the...
Parole Considered for Charles Manson's 'Right-Hand Man'
California parole officials are considering whether Charles "Tex" Watson, the self-described right-hand man of murderous cult...
Wyoming Authorities Plan to Search Landfill for Baby's Body
Authorities plan to search a northern Colorado landfill for the body of a 13-month-old Cheyenne boy who's been missing since...
US: NSA Contractor Stole Info on American Spies Abroad
Booz Allen undergoing external review in wake of two major security breaches.
Countries Agree on Huge Marine Reserve for Antarctica
New Zealand officials say the countries that decide the fate of Antarctica have agreed to create a huge marine reserve there
Mexico Chief State Judge Takes Leave; Ran Over Woman in 1984
The chief justice of the western Mexico state of Jalisco has taken a leave of absence after a newspaper reported that he ran...
New Zealand Officials Say Countries Which Decide the Fate of Antarctica Have Agreed to Create a Huge Marine Reserve
New Zealand officials say countries which decide the fate of Antarctica have agreed to create a huge marine reserve
Russia Unconvinced by UN Report on Syria Chemical Weapons
Russia's ambassador to the United Nations says he is unconvinced by a report linking the Syrian government to the use of...
Guantanamo Board Rejects Release of Palestinian Held by CIA
A board deciding whether to continue holding men at Guantanamo Bay has rejected the release of a Palestinian who was the...
White House Responds to Turkish Request for Gulen Extradition
Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag called for the extradition of U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen on Thursday, following...
The World's Wildlife Has Fallen 58% in Nearly 40 Years
The rate of decline is around 2 percent each year, with no sign of stopping, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
Series of Strong Quakes Rattles Central Italy Months After Disaster That Killed 297
Thousands of people fled their homes in a panic as a series of strong quakes struck central Italy on Wednesday night, the...
Strong Earthquakes Rattle Central Italy
Three quakes struck central Italy on Wednesday, shattering historic churches and forcing more than 1,000 people to evacuate.
Offensive on Raqqah 'Imperative' to Prevent Terror Plots: US General
The top U.S. military commander in Iraq said today it is "imperative" to retake Raqqah, the de facto capital for ISIS in...
Footage of Starving Teen in Yemen Shows the Horrors of War
18-year-old Saida Ahmad Baghili is bed-ridden and unable to eat, surviving on a diet of juice, milk and tea, medical staff...
ISIS Committing 'Murderous' Atrocities on Iraqi Civilians, UN Says
The terrorist group is using civilians as human shields, the UN said.
Booby Traps Left by ISIS Kill, Injure Hundreds in Syria
As Iraqi and coalition forces attempt to retake Mosul, evidence emerges in Syria of what ISIS may leave behind.
Mexican Police Find Border Tunnel
Mexican prosecutors say that they have found a tunnel in the border city of Tijuana that leads toward or into the United...
Carbon Dioxide Levels in the Atmosphere Reach New Heights
Scientists warn that CO2 levels may not dip back down for "many generations."
World News 10/26/16: Train Fire Causes Rush Hour Nightmare in Boston
Donald Trump Responds to Critics About Time Away From Campaign; Tiger Attacks Trainer at Florida Circus.
This Week 10/23/16: Independent Candidate Has Chance at Winning Utah
Guests: Eric Trump, Joel Benenson, Evan McMullin, Matt Dowd, Sara Fagen, Jonah Goldberg, Jamal Simmons, Katrina vanden Heuvel