The risk of a Yazidi genocide spurred the U.S. to intervene against ISIS. But the Yazidis aren’t out of trouble yet.
The Pentagon says as many as 1,300 more troops would be sent to Iraq to aid in the fight against the Islamic State group.
The Ebola death toll continues to climb, especially in West Africa, but North Korea may soon lift its travel restrictions.
"Basically, it's like, 'Mum and Dad will take care of you, I don't have to see whether you do anything naughty,'" the study's author says.
In the first such alert issued by the State Department in 2014, the government urged Americans to maintain "a very high level of vigilance."
Despite its crumbling economy, Russia says a new round of U.S. sanctions won't have the desired effect.
Missouri Rep. Karla May is calling for a state investigation of prosecutor Robert P. McCulloch, claiming he may have "manipulated" grand jury.