GOP to Trump: You crossed the line

The Republican establishment is making the most of the chance it had long sought to finally say this to Donald Trump: You crossed the line.

Police officer shoots man to death in Cincinnati traffic stop

Cincinnati police are investigating the fatal shooting of an apparently unarmed black man by a University of Cincinnati police officer after a confrontation during a traffic stop Sunday.

One-time aide to China's ex-president accused of corruption, report says

Chinese authorities have arrested a former top official in a corruption investigation after expelling him from the ruling Communist Party, state-run Xinhua news agency reported Monday.

South Korean intelligence employee commits suicide, leaves note

An employee of South Korea's National Intelligence Service (NIS) has been found dead alongside a suicide note apologizing for "causing controversy," according to South Korean police.

How to survive a shark attack

First things first: Despite what happened to Mick Fanning on Sunday, you are incredibly unlikely to be duking it out with a shark any time soon.

Dozens dead after terror attack in Turkish border city

An explosion ripped through a rally Monday in the Turkish border town of Suruc, leaving at least 27 people dead and wounding 100 others, the country's Interior Ministry said.

U.S., Cuba re-establish diplomatic relations, reopen embassies

One bitter holdover of the Cold War slipped into the history books at 12:01 a.m. Monday, when the United States and Cuba re-established diplomatic relations. For the first time since severing ties in 1961, they reopened embassies in each other's capitals.

Report: ISIS steps up use of chemicals on battlefields in Iraq and Syria

ISIS recently used devices filled with chemical agents against Kurdish forces and civilians in both Iraq and Syria, a joint investigation by two independent organizations has found.

Chattanooga shooting: 4 Marines killed, a dead suspect and questions of motive

Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez was carrying 30-round magazines when he opened fire, according to a source briefed by law enforcement. Abdulazeez kept police at bay for some time with the amount of ammunition he had, according to the source.

Some Indian men are marrying multiple wives to help beat drought

Denganmal is a typical village in India's western Maharashtra state. With a population of around 500 people, it's a tiny place, where everyone knows everyone.