Trump talked about his foreign policy approach to Britain, Russia, and climate change, among other issues, in an interview with Reuters
With poachers killing rhinos for their horns in massive quantities, South African park rangers have started dehorning the animals to curtail the hunts
Cyndy Burns hadn't seen her biological mother since she was 10 months old
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's Twitter profile was turned rainbow-colored Tuesday as he made the announcement
The Canadian legislation would, if passed, make it illegal to prevent someone from getting a job or to discriminate in the workplace on the basis of gender identity or gender expression
For the first time ever, all 12 living CIA directors from George H.W. Bush to current Director John Brennan share their insights into the urgent question of our time: how can they keep America safe?
Until now, the CIA has never acknowledged that it operates lethal drones. But in ""48 Hours Presents: The Spymasters - CIA in the Crosshairs," the directors go off script, debating the efficacy and ethics of the classified drone warfare.
Former CIA Directors Tenet, Goss, and Hayden -- who during the Bush administration presided over the agency's "enhanced interrogation" program -- insist the brutal techniques produced valuable information and saved lives.
Former CIA Director George Tenet, in his first interview in eight years, and his deputy, Cofer Black, speak out in detail for the first time about a critical White House meeting in July 2001.
In the documentary, "The Spymasters: CIA in the Crosshairs," CIA directors are not unanimous when it comes to the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques"
Obama administration has threatened to veto the legislation
Former CIA Director Leon Panetta describes how his religion helped him confront and make tough decisions. He ordered drone attacks he knew would kill men, women and children.
Trump said that Blair's decision to go into Iraq was a "disaster"
Some artifacts "are in an amazing state of preservation - as though they were cast yesterday rather than 1,600 years ago"
Ex-president made remarks recently suggesting Hungarian people had shown with their votes that "democracy is too much trouble"
Samples from the Beijing Olympics leads to 31 athletes getting booted from Rio games; London and other games' samples getting new look
Town hall spokesman says sculpture nothing to do with U.S. elections, but to honor Clinton's "friendship"
South Africa is home to most of the world's rhinos, but the country is also home to poachers
ISIS attacks aimed at undermining the government, but it's civilians dying, and at an alarmingly increasing rate
Most Canadian prime minister's wives have remained anonymous, but the former television host has found herself in the opposition's crosshairs