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.
Iran Sends High-Level Negotiators To Geneva Nuclear Talks
February 21 2015 6:37 PM EST
U.S. and Iranian officials began a new round of talks in Geneva on Friday, seeking to end a 12-year standoff over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
It's Still The Economy, 2016
February 21 2015 5:40 PM EST
Red state, blue state, Republican, Democrat, governors agree: The economy is still issue No. 1.
Minneapolis Police Arrest Suspect After 'Targeted' Shooting Of Officer
February 21 2015 5:16 PM EST
It is unclear if the shooting suspect is in any way linked to a burglary and assault call the officer was responding to when he was shot.
Walker Doesn't Know If Obama Is A Christian
February 21 2015 5:04 PM EST
One of the leading contenders as a Republican presidential candidate in 2016 says the question is irrelevant.
Scott Walker To Skip Presidential Exploratory Committee Stage
February 21 2015 12:19 PM EST
The Wisconsin governor says if he runs for president, he'll go straight to being a declared candidate.
Nigerian Army Claims Victory Over Boko Haram In Baga
February 21 2015 11:29 AM EST
Baga was the site of a brutal massacre perpetrated by Boko Haram Islamist militants last month.
Obama Begins Sales Pitch Of Free-Trade Deal On Pacific Rim
February 21 2015 10:49 AM EST
President Barack Obama began his pitch of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade pact, an agreement that would stretch from Japan to Chile.
US, Allies Discuss New Sanctions On Russia
February 21 2015 10:42 AM EST
The U.S. and allies may step up sanctions again on Russia because of continued undermining of the truce in eastern Ukraine.
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.
Venezuelan Politics 'On A Knife's Edge'
February 21 2015 8:32 AM EST
The sudden arrest of the Caracas mayor is prompting fears of a new, aggressive crackdown on Venezuela's opposition.
Malcolm X Was Assassinated 50 Years Ago Today
February 21 2015 7:07 AM EST
As the 50th anniversary of Malcolm X's assassination is marked, here are several facts about the civil rights icon's death and the circumstances that surrounded it.
Malcolm X’s Daughter To Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Father’s Assassination
February 21 2015 7:06 AM EST
In the last few years before his death, Malcolm X renounced his messages of black supremacy and called for racial peace.
France Seeks Aid Of Internet Giants To Battle Extremism
February 21 2015 6:27 AM EST
French government on Friday requested "full cooperation" from Google, Facebook and Twitter in its fight against terrorism.
New Pentagon Chief Ashton Carter Visits Kabul
February 21 2015 1:24 AM EST
The Defense Secretary had previously said that he may reconsider President Obama's timetable for withdrawing troops from Afghanistan.
Detaining Mothers And Children Is 'Unlawful': Judge
February 20 2015 10:26 PM EST
A federal judge wants officers to stop detaining mothers and children who are fleeing the violence in Central America to seek asylum in the U.S.
French Aircraft Carrier To Begin Strikes On ISIS Soon
February 20 2015 6:42 PM EST
France's flagship aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle is reportedly in the Persian Gulf and could soon begin airstrikes against ISIS.
Moody's Slashes Russia's Credit Rating To Junk
February 20 2015 6:24 PM EST
The credit rating agency cut Russia's sovereign debt rating to junk status Friday, citing Ukraine and the drop in oil prices.
ISIS Fighters Escape US Bombs In Anbar
February 20 2015 6:13 PM EST
Airstrikes in Iraq's Anbar province aren't killing ISIS militants, and the group is advancing, Sunni tribal leaders say.
NAACP Bombing Suspect Thaddeus Murphy Arrested
February 20 2015 5:36 PM EST
Murphy, arrested Thursday, has been charged with arson of a building and being a felon in possession of firearms.