The Ukrainian girlfriend of slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov faces constant psychological pressure from Moscow authorities and fears she will be implicated in his death, her mother told CNN.
A skydiving student in Australia suffered from a seizure in midair.
During the reopening of the Baghdad Museum on Saturday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi made one thing clear: The artwork that epitomizes Iraq's culture and history will not be wiped away by anyone or anything, including ISIS.
Igniting a live man in a cage; severing the heads of dozens; kidnapping, raping and selling women and children -- ISIS' shocking maltreatment of its captives has become regrettably predictable.
Bangladesh authorities say they have arrested the prime suspect in the murder of American blogger Avijit Roy who was hacked to death on a Dhaka street last week.
Two hundred and thirty-nine people boarded Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on March 8, 2014 with nothing more than the anticipation of a quick transit across the Gulf of Thailand, then Thailand, Vietnam and onto China -- home to the majority of those on board.
She grew up in Kenya under colonial rule, when women didn't get an education.
Chelsea claimed the first silverware of the English domestic season and Jose Mourinho's first trophy of his second spell in charge with a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Sunday.
In the center of China's eastern Zhejiang Province lies Commodity City, which photographer Richard John Seymour says is the largest small-commodity wholesale market in the world.
From kimchi to mustard, chocolate to potatoes, these food shrines offer plenty of insight into the local delicacies.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to address the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee policy conference on Monday, a day before he'll deliver a contentious speech to Congress that's strained his relationship with President Barack Obama and raised questions about the future of the U.S.-Israeli relationship.
Wearing this popular "open carry" t-shirt comes with a hefty warning -- it could cost you your life.
Iraqi forces are doubling down efforts to retake the city of Tikrit from ISIS, even uniting Sunni and Shiite fighters in the mission.
Fifty years ago, on March 2, 1965, a movie based on a successful Rogers and Hammerstein Broadway musical premiered in New York.
LAPD officers were involved in a use of force incident, described as an officer involved shooting, involving a man who was reportedly homeless.
It's time for leaders in Israel and the United States to call off their war of insults before they cause serious, lasting damage.
The screams on the video illustrate the horror and shock: Los Angeles police shoot and kill a man after he was already on the ground and may have been jolted with a Taser.
In Washington's polarized political environment, support for Israel has been a rare area of bipartisan cooperation -- at least until now.
Australia's transport safety chief has always described himself as a pessimist.
In a 2014 interview with Anthony Bourdain, Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov discusses the role that corruption plays in his country's politics.
I owe the America I know to my father and those who toiled long ago in the fields of our past.
The staff at a wildlife rescue center have their hands full caring for about 500 garter snakes rescued from their winter den at a construction site.
Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Washington for a big speech. ISIS frees some hostages, raising questions.
She was the first person to ever contract Ebola in the United States, and now she's going to suing the hospital where she got infected.
CNN's Anna Coren reports from the ship Discovery as its crew continues in a search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
When searching for hidden stash, an obvious place to check is the mattress.
How long will the data last in your hard-drive or USB stick? Five years? 10 years?
Hillary Clinton is making the most of her gender in approaching a potential campaign.