UK election shock: David Cameron defies polls with clear victory.

Pundits had predicted the UK election would be a close one and suggested there would be days of post-vote, backroom talk to thrash out a power-sharing deal.Instead,

Pakistani chopper crashes into school; 2 ambassadors killed.

Two ambassadors and the wives of two other ambassadors were among seven people killed when a helicopter crashed Friday into a school in northern Pakistan. Others -- Pakistanis and foreigners alike -- were injured.One big question..

Report: North Korea tests ballistic missile.

North Korea has carried out a successful underwater test of a ballistic missile, the North Korean state news agency reported.

Election results: Conservatives on course for majority

David Cameron says he hopes to govern for all of the UK as a BBC forecast gives the Tories 329 seats - enough to form a slender majority in the Commons.

Pentagon considered stopping intercepts of Russian aircraft.

The Pentagon considered, and then rejected, the idea of stopping routine intercepts of Russian military aircraft flying off the coast of Alaska, because the U.S. intercept flights appeared to have limited deterrent or intelligence value,

Fish, bacon and beer: The real issues in Britain's election.

Time's running out for Britons to decide who they'll back, as polling booths prepare to open across the country in an election that could change the political landscape.It's been a blink-and-you-miss-it campaign, especially by U.S. standards,

Russia shows off new high-tech tank.

The wraps are off Russia's new main battle tank.Copies of the new Armata T-14 medium tank have been rumbling through Moscow this week as the Russian military practices for Saturday's Victory Day parade commemorating the end of World War II in Europe.

In Nepal, one daughter's search for her mother.

In the stillness of night, Yasmine Habash looks upward at an almost full moon. It shines brighter than any of the bulbs on the hotel grounds.She gazes skyward and hopes her mother, Dawn, can see the same light

Cartoon shooting in U.S. was inevitable.

It was only a matter of time before this would happen in the United States.Violence in the West aimed at those who draw cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed has become increasingly common.

Garland, Texas, shooting suspect linked himself to ISIS in tweets.

They wore body armor. They carried assault rifles. And one had declared loyalty to ISIS.A day after police killed two gunmen who tried to ambush a Garland, Texas, event featuring controversial cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed, details began to emerge about the shooters.