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.
Two of Australia's most infamous terrorists who left Australia to fight for ISIS have been killed, a close relative said.
This week more than 400 Chinese officials are descending on Washington for three days of political, security and economic talks.
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.
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.
Toxic moonshine has killed 99 people and seriously sickened scores of others of drinkers from a Mumbai slum, Indian police say.
Taliban militants detonated explosives and fired rockets in an attempted attack Monday on the Afghan Parliament that wounded dozens of civilians and startled lawmakers.
Ten people, including three children, were shot at a Philadelphia cookout and block party Saturday night.
On a recent Friday night, a small band of street performers breaks into an impromptu hip hop show near Shibuya crossing, one of the world's busiest intersections.
The latest search area for fugitives Richard Matt and David Sweat is focused in Owls Head in upstate New York, west of the prison from which they escaped more than two weeks ago.