After Speaker Boehner invited him to speak before U.S. Congress without consulting White House, Israeli PM talks about why he accepted
President aims to turn his personal chemistry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi into progress on climate change, defense and economics
Intelligence community finds no reason to doubt authenticity of picture purporting to show dead Japanese hostage
Rockets hit southeastern city of Mariupol in what Ukraine's president calls a terrorist attack by Russia-backed seperatists
An audio message and photograph purportedly released by ISIS claims to show the execution of one of the Japanese hostages being held by the group. The Japanese government says it is investigating the authenticity of the message.
Nation makes vow on efforts to free men threatened with beheading by Islamic militants demanding $200 million ransom
President Obama is on the way to India for economic talks, and to discuss how to clean up the country, which is heavily polluted. One of the main problems is that Indian society and industry are still largely fueled by coal. Seth Doane reports.
President changes India travel schedule in wake of king's death
ISIS released a video on Tuesday demanding $200 million to save the lives of two Japanese hostages. The fate of the men is unknown after the terror group's ultimatum passed. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.
President Obama will visit Saudi Arabia next week to meet with the country's new king, cutting short a trip to India. Mark Phillips reports from London on the challenges facing the new Middle East leader.
The mysterious circle of standing stones in southwest England is one of the world's most iconic and alluring ancient sites
On January 25, 1890, the New York World correspondent - inspired by Jules Verne's Phileas Fogg - completed her 72-day trek around the world
Ahead of talks on cleaning up one of the world's most polluted countries, a billionaire businessman weighs in on balancing act India faces
Death of King Abdullah and ascendance of new King Salman may slow pace of reform inside Saudi Arabia and kingdom's international affairs
Some pictures just need more explaining than others
"The biggest error we could make would be to blame Muslims for crimes...that their faith utterly rejects," U.S. secretary of state says
Haider al-Abadi, the prime minister of Iraq, detailed the efforts his government is making to improve Iraq’s economy in the wake of the decline in oil prices and conflicts. He was speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Senior Producer, Lulu Chiang; Digital Journalist Gilad Thaler.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called for an internationally funded effort that would contribute to the rebuilding of his country, especially areas that have been damaged by ISIS, which he calls Daesh. Senior Producer, Lulu Chiang; Digital Journalist Gilad Thaler.
Ukrainian forces have all but abandoned the Donetsk Airport after intense shelling from pro-Russian rebels, who now have overtaken it.
In a discussion with Charlie Rose at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that he is pessimistic about the conflict in Syria and that his country has paid a heavy price for the war due to the rise of ISIS. Senior Producer, Lulu Chiang; Digital Journalist Gilad Thaler.