On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated outside of his room at the Lorraine Motel.
French websites of all types have been attacked by Islamic hackers since the Charlie Hebdo shooting last week.
French officials want to reassure tourists that the country is safe to visit.
King Juan Carlos abdicated the throne in 2014 after serving for nearly 40 years.
U.S. crew members were told to evacuate their section of the International Space Station following an ammonia leak.
The latest issue of Charlie Hebdo, the target of a deadly attack last week, is sold out across Paris, leaving many to search eBay for a copy.
Pope Francis arrived in Sri Lanka for the first day of a six-day tour in Asia.
After the hacking of the U.S. Central Command Twitter and YouTube feeds, Obama unveils initiatives and looks to prevent future breaches.
After a week of attacks in and around Paris, France has voted to extend airstrikes against ISIS.
Giorgio Napolitano, president of Italy since 2006, is expected to step down soon, after announcing his resignation in December.
Obama was under fire for not attending the Paris anti-terror rally. A Texas Congressman took aim.
The incident at L'Enfant Plaza began at 3 p.m. Several people were injured in the incident while two are in critical condition.
In a phone call, Obama tried to assuage Netanyahu's concerns about the U.S. push for a nuclear deal with Iran.
To dispel rumors of his death, Fidel Castro reportedly sent a letter to former soccer star Diego Maradona.
The cover reads: “All is forgiven.”
Pegida marched again in Dresden Monday, invoking last week's attacks in Paris.
"Back to the Future" fans have been hoping for Marty McFly’s power lace shoes for decades. This year they may get them.
The violent attack against France’s Charlie Hebdo was aimed at the satirical magazine's controversial content, both inside the paper and on the cover.
It could take years for world leaders to recover from a mass deflation.
McDonald's Japan apologizes and promises to be better after customers find a tooth and plastic in food.
The former Korean Air Lines executive who made an outburst over macadamia nuts was charged on Wednesday.
WD-40, a company with a number of products for quick-fix solutions, is releasing its first-quarter earnings today.
Only 38 percent of Americans have enough money in their accounts for an unexpected expense, according to a Bankrate.com report.
Not only is SeaWorld's CEO leaving effective Jan. 15, but now so is another board director.
McDonald's restaurants in Venezuela have a few options for sides -- french fries are no longer one of them.
There's a "recipe" to the making of Earth, and researchers have found it.
Delia's, the once-trendy girls' clothing company that is going bankrupt, has its earnings release Tuesday.