If you're wary of chicken and beef products after a major meat supply scandal in Asia, the McDonald's in Japan could have an alternative for you -- tofu and fish nuggets.
While dueling political leaders blame each other for the carnage in Gaza, residents in the besieged territory are grappling with a new, nightmarish life:
Nearly two weeks after Flight 17 crashed, investigators have not seen the wreckage.
Should she run for president in 2016, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will have more experience on that front than any other potential presidential competitor. But with experience comes risk.
Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk, who navigated the Enola Gay when it dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, has died, his family says.
President Obama said coordinating sanctions against Russia with Europe will make them more effective.
A new study finds some melanoma survivors don't wear sunscreen and still use tanning beds.
House Speaker John Boehner flatly denied Tuesday that congressional Republicans are moving to impeach President Barack Obama, blasting talk about it as "a scam started by Democrats at the White House."
Author Ben Judah reveals little known facts about Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Landslides caused by heavy monsoon rains may have trapped 150 people or more in a village in western India, a senior official said Wednesday.
Mention the Italian city of Florence, and people think of history, conjuring images of a classical city that was once Europe's Renaissance capital.
A portion of world-famous Sunset Boulevard was closed Tuesday afternoon after a nearby water main broke, spilling the precious commodity into the streets near and on the UCLA campus.
Would you pick up a hitchhiking robot?
Erin Burnett speaks with Newsweek writer Ben Judah about his three year research on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Two Ohio men say they recorded a mother driving down the street with her 19-year-old son on the roof of her car.
The current round of fighting between the Israel Defense Forces and the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, or Hamas, in Gaza has been raging for over three weeks.
Start the summer with good sun protection habits.
The current rift between Israel and the Obama administration over the terms of a cease-fire in Gaza is empowering hard-liners in the Israeli government and in Hamas who don't want to end the fighting.
Here's some background information about Malaysia, a country located in Southeast Asia.
In a decade of monumental events, 1968 stands out as a year that changed the course of the nation.
There are echoes of the Cold War as pro-Russian rebels battle Ukrainian government forces in the nation's east.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl could meet next week with the U.S.
A dog named Squid helped put an end to a string of burglaries, but his owners were surprised considering his background.
Roughly half the schedulers at multiple Veterans Affairs hospitals said they received instructions from supervisors to falsify data and hide the true time it took patients to be seen by a doctor after making an appointment, new details from an internal VA audit show.
CNN's Kate Bolduan speaks with a representative of the Centers for Disease Control about the Ebola outbreak in Africa.
A pair of tornadoes touched down north of Denver causing damage and forcing airline passengers to take shelter.
CNN's Karl Penhaul reports on some of the heaviest fighting in Gaza, as F-16 fighters continue to drop bombs.
Gabrielle Giffords and Katie Ray-Jones say Congress must address domestic violence and guns
The first images from the crash of Air Algerie Flight 5017.