Opinion: Israel's missile defense system is more than a military asset. It counters political risk.
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake early Saturday struck offshore not far from Fukushima, Japan -- the epicenter of a nuclear crisis following a massive 2011 earthquake and tsunami -- the Japan Meteorological Agency reported.
Dinosaur skeletons illegally smuggled in to the United States have been turned over to the Mongolian government in a repatriation ceremony Thursday.
A television commercial that prompted complaints for its portrayal of a white woman feeding a young black boy like a dog will not be formally investigated, South Africa's advertising watchdog has ruled.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, a Kurdish member of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's government, has been replaced, according to two senior Iraqi government officials.
How often have you been on vacation and barely left your resort? It's all too easy to stick to the tourist trail when you have little time available and are in unfamiliar surroundings.
At least 19 Ukrainian troops were killed and 55 other people were injured in a missile attack by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, a Ukrainian military spokesman said Friday.
A fireball seen in Australia's night sky was actually space debris from Russia's Soyuz rocket, astronomers say.
More than any single soccer player, the fans have taken center stage during the World Cup.
CNN's Kyung Lah reports on a Guatemalan mother who makes the journey to the U.S. to save her son's life.
Staffan de Mistura -- who has been the United Nations' top emissary in Iraq, Afghanistan and other once-volatile locales -- is moving on to Syria, in the hope of turning the tide after years of war there.
A fireball the size of a small truck, which shot through the sky over Australia Thursday night, was space junk from Russia's Soyuz rocket, astronomers said.
Four journalists and an executive from a Myanmar magazine have been sentenced to 10 years of hard labor on charges of violating state secrets by claiming the military was making chemical weapons.
Israel was attacked from a second front, but it is unlikely that a rocket fired from Lebanon signifies the widening of a crisis that has left at least 100 dead in Gaza.
Germany's government has asked America's top spy chief stationed in the country to leave.
In a tea shop in Miranshah, a dusty town in northeastern Pakistan, an empty kettle hangs on a hook waiting to be used, while flies hover over baskets piled high with sweetmeats drying out in the July sunshine.
Pamplona's running of the bulls
Ali Hassan's body is broken, courtesy of a sniper who blew holes in the soldier's left leg and left hand.
Closed circuit cameras captured incredible footage of a landslide in Japan caused by typhoon Neoguri.