People who stop to leer at the actor's lakeside villa have created such a nuisance that the town has hiked fines
Italian-Argentine musician Odino Faccia uses "Rock Star" pope's words to craft a catchy tune urging peace and unity
Government institutes "social supervision" of tourists who reflect badly "on the country and the people's image"
Defiant Russian opposition supporters mark 40th day since murder of politician Boris Nemtsov in shadow of Kremlin
Luke Shambrook disappeared from campsite into dense Australian forest, where temperatures fell below 48 degrees at night
At least 74 children have been killed since the Saudi-led air campaign against Yemen's Shiite Houthi rebels began last month
Forensic teams begin digging up mass grave believed to contain remains of hundreds of soldiers killed by extremists a year ago
Battles between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-led coalition backing the nation's president, who fled two weeks ago, have become more fierce
Five female activists are in a detention center in China in the latest example of the government's intolerance for disagreement. The women had been pushing for women's rights and awareness about sexual abuse. Seth Doane reports on the group known as the "Beijing Five."
The Kenyan military launched airstrikes in Somalia in response to last week's deadly terror attack at Garissa University. While the families of the victims grieve, many are asking questions about the government's apparent lack of readiness. Debora Patta reports.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to be vocal in opposing the tentative deal reached over Iran's nuclear program. For the first time since the deal was reached, President Obama challenged one of Netanyahu's criticisms, calling it a "fundamental misjudgment." Major Garrett reports.
The Esmond family believes they were poisoned by a pesticide containing methyl bromide while on vacation in St. John. The unit below the one the family rented was recently fumigated by Terminix, according to Sea Glass Vacations. As Jericka Duncan reports, the U.S. Justice Department is now looking into allegations that the company used the dangerous chemical as a pesticide.
As the country's military seeks retribution for a massacre that killed 148, relatives of the dead want an explanation for the slow response
As Israel begins its lobbying push to toughen up the Iran nuclear deal, a top official there says diplomacy is not their only option
Activists say these detentions are indicative of the shrinking space for dissent in China
Americans among hundreds of soldiers who marked note for posterity as they faced the doom of nearby trench warfare
Kenya gripped by mourning, fear and anger after the death of 148 students in the terror attack on Garissa University College
Angered by images of prosecutor held hostage posted to social media, government again cracks down on access
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a campaign to revitalize yoga in the land where it was born, and that starts with his soldiers who take yoga to improve mind and body control. Major Garrett reports on how some Americans say Indian yoga simply would not translate in the U.S.
As government bombs al-Shabaab positions in neighboring Somalia, Kenyans want to know why the attack took so long to stop