A senior Vatican official acknowledged Thursday there is "no excuse" for child sex abuse, as he and others were grilled by a U.N. committee about the Catholic Church's handling of pedophile priests.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on a military investigation into what appears to be photos of Marines burning bodies in Iraq.
CNN's Phil Black reports on why some gay parents in Russia fear they could lose custody of their children.
"Extreme heat policy" in force as mercury rises above 40C.
Investigators have busted an international pedophile ring that charged people money to watch live online broadcasts of Filipino children being sexually abused, authorities said.
Why "How I Met Your Mother" actors donned "Asian" makeup.
It's been almost a month since Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's last public appearance. As speculation surges about her heath, critics question who's running the South American country.
Amid the rubble, you see a child's toy, clothing, furniture, family photographs. Homes that once sheltered families now ripped open, their insides spilling out like intestines.
It started when police found nearly $7.2 million stuffed in eight suitcases at a Panama airport.
CNN's Ivan Watson explains why Turkish police raided a humanitarian aid group in Turkey.
Much of Australia continues to bake as temperatures reach 108 Fahrenheit. Seven Network's Amelia Mulcahy reports.
The U.S. military has obtained new video apparently made by those holding the lone American prisoner of war, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Wounded Syrians streamed across the Turkish border seeking first aid Wednesday after a car bombing in a border town that's become a battleground in the fight between Syrian rebel factions.
A ruling that Polish football supporters will not face legal action after anti-Semitic chanting has sparked debate over whether it has signaled an implicit acceptance of attacks on Jews.
A month of conflict has displaced about 413,000 people in South Sudan, the United Nations said Wednesday, after a major surge in those fleeing violence in the past week.
Ronald Reagan will replace George Washington in Japan -- or specifically the naval namesakes of the 40th and first presidents.
Syrian war victims take their first steps on the road to recovery at a prosthetic limb clinic in Turkey.
Israeli Jewish settlers set the entrance of a West Bank mosque on fire and spray-painted the mosque walls with hate messages against Palestinians and Muslims early Wednesday, Palestinian officials said.
The legitimacy of Egypt's military-backed government is being put to the test as the country votes on a new constitution after years of political turmoil and deadly violence.
At least 17 Pakistani students on their way home from a quiz competition were killed in a school van crash on Wednesday, a hospital official said.