Terror threats aren't the only concern at this year's Sochi Olympic Games. Many tourists and journalists are wondering if the city's infrastructure is ready for the crowds.
These games are a massive stage for President Vladimir Putin to project Russia's strength to the world, and he has vowed to crack down hard on any threats.
French troops and African peacekeepers have come under fire in the capital of the Central African Republic.
Islam continues to grow in power and influence across Europe. But in Germany one Christian woman has decided to stand up and declare Christ alone as Lord over her country.
Tom Randall, the U.S. pastor and missionary held in connection with human trafficking at a Filipino orphanage, is back in Ohio after three weeks behind bars.
A new United Nations report claims President Bashar Assad's forces tortured, maimed, and sexually abused children, while rebels recruited many for combat.
Gay marriage is now legal in Scotland. The parliament overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday that allows same-sex couples to wed later this year.
All eyes are on the Ukraine parliament Tuesday as lawmakers debate constitutional changes designed to weaken presidential powers.
In Sudan, the Islamist government continues its attacks against Christians and Black Africans in the Nuba mountains. The violence is part of President Omar al-Bashir's decades long pursuit of ethnic and religious cleansing.
Despite freezing temperatures and the threat of more violent clashes, the face-off in Kiev's Independence Square continues.