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.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to turn his country into China. It's going to take a while.
Beijing's refusal to make concessions to demonstrating students may stem the protests, but could also permanently alienate the next generation.
The United States risks alienating potential allies if it pushes too hard against the militant group.
Three years after the overthrow of Qaddafi, the country remains unable to combat an Islamist insurgency without outside help.
The operation to "degrade and destroy" the Islamic State shall be known as "Inherent Resolve."
Hooliganism goes high-tech in Serbia.
In all six nations the company examined, a boy wizard leads the way.
Disputes over Iraq have distracted Americans from a more important debate.
A brief history of a provocative word
Russian archives reveal that he was no madman, but a very smart and implacably rational ideologue.