A suicide bomber driving a minibus full of explosives has killed more than 30 people in the capital of Yemen.
French police officials have identified three men as suspects in a deadly attack against newspaper offices that killed 12 people and shook the nation on Wednesday.
Prominent Christian leader Bishop Harry Jackson warns God is sounding an alarm as it appears the shield of protection over the Western world is crumbling.
Syrian refugees fleeing their country's civil war will soon be turned away from Lebanon.
What would happen if ISIS acquired weapons of mass destruction? That's the premise of The Third Target, a new novel by Joel Rosenberg meant to serve as a warning to the U.S. and the world.
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday for a prayer service in honor of the victims of AirAsia Flight 8501.
The incident occured Saturday in Sirte, Libya, and is the latest in a new round of assaults against Egypt's Christians working in the war-torn North African nation plagued with Islamic extremists.
North Korea issued a furious statement Sunday slamming the United States for imposing sanctions against government officials and the defense industry for a cyberattack on Sony.
The 114th Congress that convenes Tuesday will count more minorities and women than ever, although lawmakers remain overwhelmingly white and male in the Republican-controlled House and Senate.
A South Korean medic exposed to Ebola while working in West Africa has been flown to Germany for treatment because the patient's anonymity would be better protected there, authorities in Berlin said Saturday.