After meeting with Turkish president, VP Biden announces new U.S. aid to help Syrian refugees but no developments on Turkey's coalition role
Two-year investigation of politically charged incident determines whether series of persistent allegations were valid
U.S. troops remaining in Afghanistan, previously limited to counterterrorism against al Qaeda, can target Taliban fighters if threatened
Japanese authorities measure preliminary magnitude at 6.8
There are only two days remaining until the deadline for nuclear talks between Iran and other world powers. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Vienna for the talks, where he extended a face-to-face meeting with his Iranian counterpart. Margaret Brennan reports from Vienna.
"Police officers we'd never even met before knew our names and seemed to know a hell of a lot about us," says one reporter
Vice President visits Kiev, warns Russia to "respect Ukrainian sovereignty" or face further consequences
Roadside robbery sees thieves make off with blood samples from suspected Ebola patient
4 days to self-imposed deadline and with top Iran envoy's participation unclear, Sec. Kerry is expected to leave the negotiating table -- at least temporarily
Anti-government protests in Mexico are turning violent. Demonstrators are furious with the disappearance and apparent murder of 43 college students. A mayor and his wife are believed to be involved. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Dallas.
Families often struggle for respite after 30 years of constant war, but now there is at least one place to escape, if only for a day
Communist Party-run newspaper shames some professors for not painting a pretty enough picture of China to students
Demonstration turned violent as rocks and gas bombs are thrown at police as the protest moved toward the capital in Mexico City
People from Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia who have been living in the U.S. illegally will get temporary protection from deportation
Teenage girl died following illegal but still widely practiced procedure in doctor's office in 2013
U.N. rights investigators says fighting has violated people's rights so much it could amount to war crimes
With deadline fast approaching for latest round of negotiations, here's what to expect -- and what not to expect
Defense secretary says this is one of the most challenging periods in history for American leadership
With death toll in eastern Ukraine mounting, top Obama advisor draws rebuke with suggestion U.S. should consider arming Ukrainians
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel calls this one of the most challenging periods in history for American leadership. In an interview at the Pentagon, Charlie Rose asked Hagel about military action in Iraq and Syria against ISIS militants.