It is unclear if even Russia will recognize the results of the vote, which Kiev and most Western leaders have condemned.
The losses underscored the fact that American support does not automatically lead to victory over ISIS.
One pilot is dead and another seriously injured after the experimental craft went down in a test flight over the Mojave Desert on Friday.
This week, a New York district judge ruled that the inflatable is not going to be exterminated anytime soon.
Protesters set fire to Parliament after MPs made plans to extend the 27-year rule of President Blaise Compaore.
Theo Padnos, a former captive of Jabhat al-Nusra, tells the story of his captivity to The New York Times Magazine.
After Michael Sata passed away Tuesday night, Vice President Guy Scott will serve as interim president.
Mohammad Ali Baryalei was a senior jihadist recruiter, personally responsible for bringing in over 30 of the approximately 60 of his fellow countrymen now fighting for the Islamic State.
At 6:52 p.m. Eastern today, Facebook stopped working. And it started losing money.
No one was injured when the vehicle suffered a "catastrophic anomaly," according to NASA Mission Control.
Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam put some minds at ease when he announced to reporters, "We have the people who carried out the abduction of these individuals."
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In the coming days, additional fighters, believed to be 150 in total, will arrive in Kobani to defend the city against ISIS.
Twitter no longer supports its app for the wearable device, though a third-party app developer could swoop in to fill the void.
The Ferguson officer involved in the shooting of Michael Brown has gone into hiding and been unable to testify against suspects he's arrested.
"Normalcy" returns to Toronto politics as John Tory is elected to replace troubled mayor Rob Ford.
The group's newest propaganda videos seem aimed directly at Western media.
Three are dead after freshman Jaylen Fryberg opened fire in a high school cafeteria on Friday, shooting five students before taking his own life.
A Hawaiian village braces as a volcano's flow comes within 100 yards of residential property.
Two major pharmacy chains, Rite Aid and CVS, disabled the new mobile payment tool only days after it launched.