One day after terrorists released a video promising to target the Winter Olympics, Russian authorities are searching for a woman known as a black widow.
There are growing concerns about terror attacks at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, which are scheduled to begin Feb. 6.
Kenneth Bae, the Korean-American missionary imprisoned in North Korea, appealed to the U.S. government Monday to secure his release.
The United States will start easing sanctions on Iran after the Iranian regime halted the most controversial part of its uranium enrichment program Monday.
Anti-government protests in Ukraine turned violent Sunday, leaving dozens of officers and protestors injured.
The first typhoon of the year is leaving a new wave of destruction in the Philippines.
Iran has been invited to attend a meeting of foreign ministers in the Swiss city of Montreux.
Those killed included two U.S. citizens working for the American University of Afghanistan. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
A powerful movement is sweeping through Ukraine. Thousands of Christians are coming together to care for the fatherless.
President Barack Obama says his administration is committed to promoting religious freedom across the globe.