A dozen survivors of the hospital bombing in Afghanistan recall the horror of that day.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the U.S. State Department has issued a Worldwide Travel Alert - warning Americans of possible terror attacks.
The family of the child who was interrogated by school and police officials after his homemade clock was mistaken for a bomb is suing for $15 million.
New Mexico driver's licenses and IDs soon won't be valid for federal purposes such as entering military bases and nuclear research labs.
President Obama is in a bitter fight with Republicans over the administration's handling of the Syrian refugee crisis.
U.S. utilities see great potential in the use of remote-controlled drones to do the often-dangerous work of inspecting power lines.
In a spasm of chaos, some revelers thought the lights and sounds were part of the show. Then the lead singer fled, and bodies began to fall.
Belgian security forces made more than a dozen arrests in a series of raids Sunday night as they hunted down suspected Islamic State militants.
Bahrain's security forces tortured detainees in the years after its 2011 protests, despite a government promise to stop such abuses.
Terrorists attacked and seized scores of hostages in a luxury hotel in the Mali capital of Bamako on Friday.
Approximately 170 guests may have been taken hostage, according to CNN’s Mali hotel attack report, and that there are no more hostages inside the hotel.
The State Department is warning that St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, Milan's cathedral and La Scala opera house, as well as "general venues" as "potential targets" in those two cities for terrorist attacks.