Spanish town being accused of animal cruelty after a video showing young calves being taunted, stabbed and eventually killed in the town’s festival
Russian hacked into businesses, mostly pizza restaurants in Washington state, and stole millions of credit card numbers that he sold on underground internet forums, authorities say
Incident between Navy ships, Iranian boat marks escalation of encounters in Persian Gulf
Peace agreement comes after more than four years of grueling negotiations in Cuba, and a half-century of bloody conflict with leftist rebels
Legislation aims to shut down thriving multimillion-dollar business in India
Iranian defense minister's remarks come after incident this week involving U.S. warship in Persian Gulf
Apple is issuing a security update after espionage software was found targeting an activist's iPhone in the Middle East
Brazen, hours-long militant attack on American University of Afghanistan killed over a dozen people
Certain features of local geology put the region at especially high risk
When Islamic extremist violence reached famed shores of southern France, local leaders responded by banning bathing suits
Deaths come after a dozen people die in water-related accidents off U.K. coastlines in recent days
Death toll has climbed to more than 240, and rescue workers are frantically searching for those still missing and trapped under the rubble
A frantic search is underway for people still trapped two days after Italy's devastating earthquake. There is a dramatic increase in the death toll to more than 240. Crews are combing through rubble in three towns leveled by the earthquake. Dozens of people remain missing. Seth Doane reports from Accumoli.
Dozens pulled from rubble alive by rescuers and volunteers, but number of missing uncertain given thousands of vacationers in area
“Anyone seen my red bag?” Olympic rower Alex Gregory asked on Twitter
An international team has concluded that Syrian government and ISIS militants used chlorine and mustard gas in the conflict-wracked nation during 2014 and 2015
One of the world's longest-running armed conflicts poised to end; deal must still be ratified by voters
Turkey sent troops into Syria Wednesday, hoping to rid the border of ISIS militants and halt the expansion of Kurdish rebels. The offensive began the same day Vice President Joe Biden arrived in the country to improve U.S.-Turkish relations. Holly Williams has more.
At least four people are dead and dozens more are wounded after militants attacked the American University of Afghanistan. The university has more than 1,000 students enrolled. Charlie D'Agata has more.
The central Italian town of Amatrice stood for centuries, but was no match for a 6.3-magnitude quake. At least 159 people were killed, and rescuers are in a race against time to find survivors. Seth Doane has more.