Supreme Court saves Obamacare

Obamacare has survived -- again. In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court saved the controversial health care law that will define President Barack Obama's administration for generations to come.

North Korea's historic drought expected to cause famine, U.N. says

Even a simple piece of fruit was unfamiliar to Lee So-yeon when she fled North Korea seven years ago. She had never seen an orange. So when she came across one at a South Korean market, she bit into it like an apple -- peel and all.

Senate sends key trade bill to Obama

The Senate on Wednesday cleared a bill to give "fast-track" congressional approval of major international trade deals and will send it to President Barack Obama for his signature. The vote was 60 to 38.

Bridging the gap: Where young defectors go to school in South Korea

Inside a small, nondescript building in a suburb of Seoul, students are learning the basics of Korean language.

UK arrests Rwanda spy chief over alleged war crimes

UK officials arrested Rwandan intelligence chief Emmanuel Karenzi Karake at London's Heathrow Airport in "connection with war crimes" in a move that has outraged Rwandan government officials.

Lawmakers 'disappointed' with hostage policy reforms push legislation

Capitol Hill lawmakers on Tuesday slammed the anticipated White House hostage policy review and are pushing for more aggressive oversight of efforts to free Americans seized abroad.

Australian terrorists killed fighting for ISIS, teen wife says

Two of Australia's most infamous terrorists who left Australia to fight for ISIS have been killed, a close relative said.

U.S., China begin annual dialogue under cloud of mistrust

This week more than 400 Chinese officials are descending on Washington for three days of political, security and economic talks.

Europe gives new Greek plan a cautious welcome

Greece needs more bailout cash from Europe or it will miss a payment to the International Monetary Fund due June 30, setting it on an unpredictable path that could lead out of the eurozone.

Obama uses N-word, says we are 'not cured' of racism

President Barack Obama used the n-word during an interview released Monday to make a point that there's still plenty of room for America to combat racism.