North Korea attempted to launch two powerful intermediate-range missiles on Thursday, bringing the number of apparent failures in recent weeks to three.
A cease-fire that for two months brought relief to war-stricken Syrians has effectively collapsed, particularly in northern Syria, which has seen intense fighting and a military buildup. Here are some of the key events in the conflict.
Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz has tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina as his running mate in the race for the White House.
President Obama received a frosty reception from Saudi Arabia, the UK and Germany on recent trips. 'Brexit' comments upset the UK; Saudis upset about Iran.
Bioterrorism, flooding, earthquakes, Zika virus outbreaks: health protections are not distributed evenly across the U.S., according to a new state-by-state analysis.
A recent report showed that 90% of all corporate executives said they can’t read a cybersecurity report and are not prepared to handle a major attack.
The FBI intends to tell the White House this week that there's no point in telling Apple how a third-party hacked into a terrorist's iPhone.
There is at least one major American ally that is contradicting the Obama administration's strict no-torture policies; Two U.S. citizens were reportedly tortured by a sovereign nation's government for months – using waterboarding and electric shocks.
During a visit to Germany, President Barack Obama stated that he authorized the deployment of 250 additional troops to Syria. Is it enough?
Shooting massacre: The small Ohio town of Piketon saw execution-style murders of eight members on April 22. Marijuana grows were a likely motive; Few Americans realize how prevalent large marijuana grow operations are in the United States.