Homeland Security Chief Concerned About Terrorist Threat At Malls
February 22 2015 10:24 AM EST
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says he is taking seriously threats made by Somali-based Islamist militants against Western malls.
Female Suicide Bomber Hits Checkpoint, Kills 5 In Nigeria
February 22 2015 8:56 AM EST
Witnesses say a female suicide bomber killed five and wounded dozens at a security checkpoint outside the town of Potiskum.
Yemen's Ousted President Says Rebel Actions 'Illegitimate'
February 22 2015 2:09 AM EST
In his first statement after weeks of house arrest, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi says he is still president and called on rebels to leave the capital.
Somali Terrorists Urge Attacks On Western Shopping Malls
February 21 2015 8:13 PM EST
Al-Shabab celebrates 2013 Kenyan mall siege with call for copycat attacks in the U.S., Canada and Britain.
'The Powerpuff Girls' Are Back!
February 21 2015 2:25 PM EST
"Sugar, spice and everything nice..." Three of your favorite Cartoon Network superheroes will get a second chance in 2016.
India - South Africa Set for Pool B Showdown
February 21 2015 12:19 PM EST
India and South Africa meet at the Cricket World Cup this weekend, with top spot in Pool B potentially on the line.
At Least 89 Boys Abducted By Armed Group In South Sudan
February 21 2015 10:32 AM EST
The boys were likely abducted to serve as child soldiers in South Sudan's ongoing civil war.
Malcolm X And The Work Left Undone
February 21 2015 10:03 AM EST
Fifty years after his death, Malcolm X's vision of Black Nationalism is still misunderstood.
The Most Overhyped Game Of The Year
February 21 2015 9:32 AM EST
The Order 1886 is a steampunk re-imagining of 19th Century Britain, but it stumbles everywhere.
Apple, Samsung Have Good Reason To Worry About Xiaomi
February 21 2015 9:24 AM EST
What it's like to live with the best smartphone you can't buy in the U.S.
Stakes Rising At Cricket World Cup
February 20 2015 7:59 PM EST
For some teams, the 2015 Cricket World Cup could be over far quicker than they imagined if they fail to pick up wins this weekend.
Elections That Would Have Been 'Far From Fair'
February 20 2015 7:35 PM EST
Postponing Nigeria's elections saved the nation from embarrassment, the Peoples Democratic Party said in a statement.
Arab States Lack A Unified Response To ISIS
February 20 2015 3:55 PM EST
While Arab governments have been on the same page in their condemnation of ISIS, there is no unified front.
ISIS In Libya May Depend On Tunisian Manpower
February 20 2015 2:40 PM EST
The Arab Spring’s success story turns into an ISIS hotbed, exporting fighters to Libya next door.
EU Renews Sanctions On Zimbabwe
February 20 2015 1:55 PM EST
EU governments are not convinced that President Mugabe’s record of human rights abuses and electoral fraud has improved.
Al-Shabab Says It Killed 20 Somali Officials In Hotel Attack
February 20 2015 8:16 AM EST
The deadly assault also reportedly left Somalia’s deputy prime minister wounded.
WHO Approves 15-Minute Ebola Test
February 20 2015 8:02 AM EST
The Ebola virus has so far killed over 9,000 people in West Africa.
ISIS Burns Drums In Libya, Calls Them 'Un-Islamic'
February 19 2015 6:16 PM EST
The musical instruments have been deemed “offensive to Muslims” by the Islamic State group.
Will 'Satanic Leaflets' Divide Voters In Nigeria?
February 19 2015 5:05 PM EST
All Progressives Congress accused politicians of circulating the leaflets, which would pit Christians against Muslims before March elections.
Racism Could Prevent An ISIS, Boko Haram Partnership
February 19 2015 11:17 AM EST
U.S. intelligence officials say one factor that could bar an alliance is that "the Arab world is incredibly racist."