American officials announced on Monday that they had begun flying manned surveillance missions over Nigeria in the hope of locating more than 200 missing girls who had been kidnapped by the terrorist group Boko Haram.
One police officer was killed on Monday afternoon while responding to a call about a domestic dispute in New Hampshire.
After being closed for repairs for nearly three years, the Washington Monument is set to reopen to visitors on Monday.
Last week, South Korean and American authorities accused North Korea of sending drones into South Korean airspace to surveil military facilities. North Korea denied any involvement in a very colorful way.
In an interview that aired sunday on ABC’s This Week, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said that he was “open” to reevaluating the Pentagon’s policy on transgender military members.
Following last month’s ferry sinking that left more than 300 passengers missing or dead, prosecutors are seeking to arrest the company’s president over claims of misconduct.
The House of Representatives voted on Thursday to create a select committee to further investigate the 2012 attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi that left four Americans dead.
China and Vietnam continued a dispute over a Chinese oil rig in the South China Sea on Thursday, with the former acknowledging for the first time its use of water cannons as a method of deterring Vietnamese ships.
South Korea announced on Thursday that it had reached the conclusion that three surveillance drones found near the border belonged to North Korea.
France has reportedly written a resolution in the hopes of referring civil-war-torn Syria to the International Criminal Court.
A minor controversy erupted on Tuesday over reports that former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand had been invited to give this year’s commencement speech, but then allegedly had his offer rescinded.
Two committees in the House of Representatives are working on bills to reform the National Security Agency and curb its domestic surveillance programs.
As outrage continues to mount over the kidnapping of more than two hundred girls by the Islamic militant group Boko Haram, a second incident was reported by officials on Tuesday.
Six people were injured in a knife attack at a train station in Guangzhou on Tuesday morning.
Celebrities and Hollywood executives are calling for a boycott of the famous Beverly Hills Hotel due to the actions of its owner, the sultan of Brunei, Hossanal Bolkiah.
Fox debuted the first teaser for its Batman detective series Gotham tonight, starring Ben McKenzie as a young Jim Gordon.
Two studies published on Sunday assert that the blood of young mice “reverses aging in old mice, rejuvenating their muscles and brains.”
The fallout from a deeply flawed 60 Minutes report on Benghazi last October continues to play out at CBS News.
On Friday morning, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to meet with President Obama amid a tense atmosphere that involves the ongoing situation in Ukraine as well as disagreements over the U.S.’s spying policies.
The Pentagon is currently in the process of reviewing grooming policies that some have said are racially biased against African Americans.