Hillary Clinton pushes renewable energy with focus on solar

Hillary Clinton pledged Sunday that as president she would put the United States on a path toward generating enough renewable energy to power every home in the country by 2027 - ten years after she would hypothetically take office.

Palestinian youths and Israeli police clash at al-Aqsa site

The site of the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, also known as the Temple Mount to Jews, became the focal point for a clash between Palestinian youths and Israeli police on Sunday.

Turkey calls for rare NATO talks after attacks along Syrian borde

NATO said Sunday that it would meet this week after Turkey called for special talks amid heightened concerns over its security.

Turkey arrests hundreds of suspected terrorists, Prime Minister says

Turkey's antiterrorism operation against ISIS and other militant targets is not over, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Saturday after Turkish forces arrested nearly 600 terror suspects, bombed ISIS positions in northern Iraq and rounded up Kurdish militants in a daylong operation.

Boko Haram kills 25 in Nigeria

A bloody and terrifying raid by Boko Haram on Friday left at least 25 people dead in three villages in eastern Nigeria's Adamawa state, according to residents and a local government official. Adamawa state borders Borno state, Boko Haram's birth place and main stronghold.

Obama cracks 'birther' joke in Kenya

President Barack Obama in Kenya on Saturday cracked a joke about the most famous conspiracy theory that has dogged him since he became commander-in-chief.

Clinton on emails: 'The facts are pretty clear'

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Saturday said she did not send classified emails from her private server while she was secretary of state.

The 'back door' to Kenya: Security threat from porous Somali border

Dirt tracks criss-cross the bush, leading through the dusty, rust-colored soil and scrub-dotted no-man's land of northern Kenya and across the border into Somalia.

FBI sees Chinese involvement amid sharp rise in economic espionage cases

The FBI has seen a sharp rise in economic espionage cases aimed at U.S. companies, with a vast majority of the perpetrators originating from China with ties to the nation's government, authorities said Thursday.

Turkish warplanes bomb ISIS positions in Syria for the first time

Turkish warplanes bombed ISIS positions in Syria for the first time early Friday, significantly ramping up the country's fight against the terrorist group.