The U.S. military is defending its decision on a three-week Ebola quarantine for troops returning from West Africa. Charlie Rose reports.
A huge police force in Jerusalem is trying to keep calm at the disputed holy site Muslims call the "Noble Sanctuary" and Jews call the "Temple Mount." Israeli officials shut it down Thursday after police killed a man accused of shooting a Rabbi. Norah O'Donnell reports.
LE BOURGET, France (AP) — Israel's "Iron Dome" is heading to the seas, the maker of the rocket-blocking defense system says. 2014-10-31T03:32:00-04:00 2014-10-31T07:32:51-04:00
LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of Vietnam's most prominent dissidents said he was asked to sign a form seeking a pardon for spreading "propaganda against the state" before his release from prison last week, then forced onto a U.S.-bound flight with just the clothes on his body. 2014-10-30T22:13:00-04:00 2014-10-31T02:13:54-04:00
Syria's Alawites pay heavy price for war as they bury their sons, Assad's soldiers
Swiss: 3 suspected IS supporters arrested in March, thought to have planned Europe attack
Hilton Hotels and Mattel created the room 10 years ago for a month-long trial run in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Now it's back for good at $179 a night.
Bombings at markets near Baghdad kill at least 15 people, Iraqi officials say
A new United Nations report says the world is facing a challenge from foreigners traveling to fight in terror groups on an "unprecedented scale," with about 15,000 in Syria and Iraq alone.
Russia will resume shipping natural gas to Ukraine after Kiev pays off its first debt installment for past supplies of gas next week.
Russia's central bank hikes its main interest rate to 9.5 percent in response to falling ruble
The posters announcing the deaths of Syrian soldiers are plastered on walls throughout the coastal province of Tartous, forming impromptu murals of death that illustrate the price supporters of President Bashar Assad are paying to defend his rule.
Heavy security as Israel reopens Jerusalem holy site for Friday prayers
Liberia opens 1 of largest Ebola treatment centers, bracing for new cases even amid hope
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The head of Africa's continental body did not get to an Ebola-hit country until last week — months after alarm bells first rang and nearly 5,000 deaths later. 2014-10-31T03:12:00-04:00 2014-10-31T07:12:16-04:00
Russia's central bank has raised its main interest rate by more than anticipated as it tries to stem the ruble's fall.
Germany's main Jewish leader, 1st born after the Holocaust, stepping down after 4 years
Germany's main Jewish leader, who in 2010 became the first person born after the Holocaust to take the job, says he's stepping down.
A large blaze at a fireworks factory in the United Kingdom sent two people to the hospital.
Two children sued Malaysia Airlines and the government on Friday over the loss of their father on Flight MH370.