The close of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Sunday was marked with many surprising victories and disappointing defeats.
Ukraine's interim government issued an arrest warrant for Viktor Yanukovich after last week's mass killings, prompting the diposed leader to flee Kiev.
Mexican authorities captured "El Chapo," the world's most powerful drug lord, in a Pacific resort city Saturday.
Opposition protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, as parliament votes to oust the president and form a new government.
This week marks 100 days since the deadliest typhoon on record hit the Philippines.
CBN's Operation Blessing is supporting work against human trafficking in Nepal by partnering with the NepalI Rescue Project and supporting a border station between India and Nepal.
After months of bloody anti-government protests, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich announced early elections Friday and promised a coalition government.
CBN staff spent a weekend visiting Costa Rica's indigenous Bribris communities. This small group has one of the lowest education rates in the country.
Anti-government protests continued Friday in Venezuela's main cities, leading to more violent clashes with government forces.
Violence in the Central African Republic is leading to a humanitarian crisis, with more than 2.5 million people desperately in need of aid.