Intelligence officials in the U.S. and Canada are trying to learn more about suspect Michael Joseph Zehaf-Bibeau
In the village of Kakata, Liberia, a burial team tries to get infectious bodies in the ground quickly -- in the face of traditions to linger with loved ones' corpses
A burial team from a village of Kakata, Liberia takes precautions seriously as they bury those who have died from the Ebola virus.
At a news conference Thursday afternoon, Canadian police showed surveillance video of the gunman behind the attack on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada.
A burial crew in Kakata, Liberia takes their precautions seriously when burying those who have died of Ebola.
Authorities say they had not been watching the gunman in the weeks before the deadly attack on a soldier at a war memorial
John Vickers, the brother of Canada’s current Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers, discusses his "emotional response" to the shooting at Parliament.
Kevin Vickers, sergeant-at-arms of Canada's House of Commons, is given a standing ovation for his efforts to stop the gunman who attacked the Parliament building in Ottawa.
The miiltant group is cashing in on oil, kidnapping and extortion to fill its pockets
AP reporter takes trip across 1,300 miles in an isolated country that rarely allows outsiders to see any of it
Government officials say sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers shot gunman who ambushed Parliament building
Dueling, dancing American priests caught on video while studying in Rome become Internet sensation
"I am now more worried about a terrorist threat in the United States than I have been for a long, long time," former CIA deputy director Mike Morell says
Husband of Spanish nursing assistant who beat virus says his wife now knows authorities killed their dog Excalibur
A first hand view of the climb up K2, the world's second tallest mountain
People in western Liberia town put in quarantine after deaths now threatening to break out
A photographer's view of the isolated nation
Officials claim mayor in cartel-riddled Guerrero state was paid thousands by cartel, and may be linked to case of missing students
"Can you ever explain something like this?" says mother of man identified as gunman who fatally shot soldier, wounded 2 others
The Obama administration is trying to find ways to stop home grown radicals and is looking outside of government for inspiration. Margaret Brennan reports on a new program in Maryland that is the first community-led program to fight violent extremism.