A top researcher in Japan says TEPCO underestimated the damage at Fukushima, reports CNN's Will Ripley.
CNN's Myleene Klass speaks to the producer of a film that speculates on what happened to Flight MH370.
The U.S. Coast Guard's search for four British sailors missing in the Atlantic Ocean since late last week resumed Tuesday morning, the service said.
Apparently, dancing to a song about happiness in Iran can get you arrested.
The Pakistani military carried out airstrikes in the country's northwest early Wednesday, targeting alleged militant hideouts in the volatile region.
Thirty people were killed in separate Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria's Borno state this week, local residents told CNN.
Protests surge. Violence flares. And troops swoop in, claiming they're trying to calm things down. Here's a cheat sheet guide to understanding Thailand's fast-moving crisis.
At least 118 people were killed Tuesday in twin blasts at a market in the central Nigerian city of Jos, an official said, warning the toll could climb.
The South Korean Navy fired warning shots after three North Korean patrol boats crossed the maritime border at the Yellow Sea, an official with the South Korean Defense Ministry said.
A series of al Qaeda-based threats to attack American and Western targets in Europe, as well as threats to launch attacks in the United States, has caused significant concern inside the U.S. intelligence community, CNN has learned.
CNN's Samuel Burke explains how you can get your iPhone to stop tracking and storing your location data.
CNN's David McKenzie reports that China has denounced U.S. hacking charges against Chinese army officers.
Three explosions rocked the city of Jos in central Nigeria on Tuesday, two local journalists said.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and a veritable army of action stars invade Cannes. Myleene Klass reports.
It's being called the most expensive divorce in the history of ... well, marriage.
CNN's Jim Sciutto explains why Japan's military is restricted, and why leadership is pushing for increased military power.
For the first time, Britain has convicted someone of a terrorism offense related to the Syrian civil war.
India's president appointed Narendra Modi as the new prime minister of the world's largest democracy Tuesday, the presidential palace said in a statement.
A new investigation reveals the skeleton of a girl discovered in a Mexican cave at is at least 12,000 years old. Nick Parker reports.
The U.S. military is preparing to evacuate American citizens out of harm's way in Libya, as more military might appears to rally behind a renegade local general who is taking the fight to Islamist militias.