Return to violence between Turkey and its Kurdish rebels comes amid heightened tensions over ISIS' attacks on Kurds in Syria
One of the world's top virologists is working with Liberians to try and turn fear into determination to battle a killer disease
Defense witness says sending "Blade runner" to prison would "break him as a person"
Man caught virus while working in Liberia; German officials still monitoring 2 other cases in country
U.S. Geological story says quake measured 7.3, and local reports suggest it was felt across Central America
Protesters demanded the safe return of 43 students from a teachers' college in Gurrero state who have been missing since Sept. 26
Despite rumors of a fall from power and illness, the North Korean dictator showed up at two state events recently
General Jabbar Naeemal is among the few commanders the U.S. is counting on to help turn the tide against the militant group
The storm's 75-mph winds are hitting the island of Antigua and are on course for the U.S. and British Virgin Islands
At the epicenter of the Ebola epidemic, doctors and health care workers are often stigmatized by those they're trying to protect
Attacks raise new concerns that the militant group is making gains despite U.S.-led coalition airstrikes
Report from bishop conference at the Vatican hailed as "a light in the darkness" by gay rights groups for its tone, and as "heresy" by conservatives
British event brings together hundreds of enthusiasts, military re-enactors and visitors to recreate life as it was in the 1940'
Atilano Roman Tirado was the leader of several hundred farm families demanding compensation for displacement
Paul Parrish is the oldest man to complete the "Arch to Arc" triathlon, considered to be the hardest in the world
U.S. defense officials said Sunday that Turkey would allow coalition forces to use bases against ISIS, but Turkey officials say deal not reached
But cease-fire declared last month between Ukrainian forces and rebel fighters has been violated almost daily
Will international efforts to curb the spread of Ebola start paying off?
Masked men led an apparently coordinated assault on pro-democracy protesters in semi-autonomous city, and reports swirl some were paid to do it
Statement about Korean War dead may be aimed at applying pressure to U.S. politicians before November elections