A new intelligence report says the missile launcher used to take down the airliner was stolen from the Ukrainian military.
The shift in policy—and alliances—underscores the importance of saving Kobani from the Islamic State.
The World Health Organization says it's been six weeks without a new infection.
The UN warns that the rising number of death sentences in the country's courts fuels sectarian violence—and empowers ISIS.
A Russian tennis official referred to the Williams "brothers." He's now in tennis purgatory and $25,000 poorer.
Violence erupted in densely packed Mong Kok, where a lack of leadership complicates efforts at a resolution.
On a day when the government urged people to remain inside, several thousand runners braved a 26-mile course through China's smog-choked capital.
A much-discussed report from the Catholic Church's synod on the family turned out to be very different in its final form.
How ceramic tiles could keep Indians from treating the streets as a urinal
Chris Morris' Four Lions, released four years ago, skewers the pointlessness and confusion of wannabe jihadists.
U.S.-led airstrikes are reportedly tipping the balance against ISIS in the battle for the Syrian border town.
Two hundred years ago, a brewery suffered an equipment malfunction, sending a 15-foot-tall wave of porter through the streets of London.
Time is running out for international investigation to visit the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site, and foreign governments want action from Moscow.
Government aides say they are "cautiously optimistic" about this new ceasefire agreement.
After a mass grave was found earlier this month, citizens are demanding answers from officials.
A computer scientist makes sense of 13,000 pictures taken during the 144 hours that changed Ukraine.
Children born to asylum-seekers are considered "unlawful maritime arrivals."
The State Department announced Thursday that it held talks about ISIS with a Syrian Kurdish party. The party also happens to be linked to a group on the U.S. terror list.
Why is Tehran waging a public-relations campaign on behalf of the formerly secretive Qassem Suleimani?
There may be a 'ceasefire' in eastern Ukraine, but that's cold comfort for the war's survivors.