Officials say group discussed use of weapons and guerrilla tactics to potentially launch an attack during Rio Olympics
Dept. of Justice wants to seize funds purportedly siphoned off by Malaysian PM to line friends' pockets, and make a DiCaprio movie
Police say serviceman was jogging and had to fight off men "of Middle Eastern origin" who tried to grab him near air force base
As officials mull ongoing hunt, oceanographer whose calculations have led to potential Flight 370 debris speaks up, and families are listening
A college student came up with a simple but effective solution, already saving drivers millions of dollars
International sports court rejects appeal by Moscow for track and field athletes to compete, as IOC mulls a complete ban
President Erdogan declares 3-month state of emergency in wake of failed coup, granting himself more power to crackdown
Authorities are trying to understand how the attacker, a 17-year-old Afghan, turned on the country that took him in
Turkey's president has declared a state of emergency for the next three months. Last Friday a military faction tried to overthrow his government, but failed. The suspected coup leaders are now being paraded and humiliated on Turkish television. Holly Williams reports.
Turkey's president declared a three-month state of emergency after a military faction failed in a coup attempt
Government's move against perceived enemies spurs fears of throwing key institutions into disarray
Video footage from Turkey's failed coup shows pro-government protester in front of speeding tanks
Surveillance camera footage obtained by The Associated Press shows two tanks running over a man in Istanbul during the attempted military coup in Turkey. The man survived, according to realty company Eminevim, which provided the video.
After the attack in Nice, questions have been raised again about the links between mental illness, extreme ideology and mass violence
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Blaze in Dubai tower spreads to 30 stories; latest in series of similar fires
12 days of defiant protests by separatists in Indian-controlled Kashmir leave almost 45 dead, 2,000 wounded at hands of security services
As symbols of the U.S., they're getting whipped in a backlash against the ruling denying China's South China Sea claims
Ukrainian news website's founder was killed 16 years ago, now one of its leading reporters is also dead
Czech judge gives Kevin Dahlgren life in prison for brutal murders of his own relatives during a 2013 visit