North Korea accuses America of acting like an "international human rights judge" and says the U.S. should "mind its own business"
Israel-Hamas cease-fire is open-ended; both sides assessing impact of more than seven weeks of fighitng
Journalist held captive in Syria arrives home to Boston after being released by militant group in Syria
Pentagon wants to learn how ISIS commands and controls its forces in Syria before U.S. launches any airstrikes there
Hundreds of young men have left the U.K. to join the extremist group and have committed brutal acts in Middle East
The Night of the Taranta is the most popular folk music event in Europe. Held at the end of August in front of a 16th century church and Augustinian convent, 150,000 people came together in the small town of Melpignano, Italy. Sabina Castelfranco reports.
Douglas McArthur McCain, 33, was one of dozens of U.S. citizens believed to be fighting for ISIS
Family and friends of a New Jersey student missing in Israel are praying for his safe return. The 23-year-old disappeared Friday during a hike with a friend in the Jerusalem Forest. Brian Webb reports.
Mural painters are taking their art to the streets and buildings on the island of Djerba, Tunisia
Family members and U.S. officials say they are withholding the name of the 26-year-old for fears of her safety; at least two others known to be held by ISIS
Storm traveling towards Bermuda and hurling heavy rains across Atlantic and Caribbean islands; blamed for five deaths so far
China's latest fashion trend is a swimwear facemask
Contact with an Mi-18 cargo helicopter lost over hotly contested area amid ongoing fighting between rebels and government
After seven weeks of war that has killed more than 2,000 people in Gaza, Hamas official claims negotiated halt to fighting again
Ukrainian president under pressure to seek negotiated settlement and not a military victory over eastern separatists
Religious student Aaron Sofer, 23, of New Jersey, was last seen in forest outside Jerusalem
While no airstrikes have been ordered yet, the Pentagon is drawing up plans to disrupt ISIS operations and kill its senior leaders everywhere
Continues new tactic of bombing entire tall buildings rather than specific parts of the structures; Israel, Hamas silent on Egyptian call for renewed talks
Storm has flooded several communities and halted flights throughout the Caribbean
U.S. officials face imperfect options in trying to halt ISIS' growth