As the Ebola virus is becoming increasingly global, officials in Hong Kong and the U.K. are creating response plans.
The National Weather Service confirms that a tornado touched ground in Revere after winds left countless reports of damage Monday morning.
A group that included several women and children was attacked while traveling to celebrate the end of Ramadan.
The pontiff will make his first visit to the U.S. in September 2015 for the church's World Meeting of Families.
Two and a half years after she capsized off Italy’s Isola del Giglio, the Costa Concordia will finally be hauled off and sold for scraps.
U.S. and Egyptian government officials continue to urge Hamas to reconsider the cease-fire plan to reel back Israeli's escalation in Gaza.
President Obama signed a presidential executive order to ban discrimination against LGBT workers by federal contractors.
Only two books into the series, J.K. Rowling has already planned for Cormoran Strike to get more books than Harry Potter.
Animals and a large amount of valuable cargo were also lost in the crash in addition to the 298 people aboard.
Prime Minister Razak did not confirm if the plane was shot down, however the government has planned an investigation.
If Malaysian and Ukrainian investigations confirm flight MH17 was shot down, it will be the worst tragedy of its kind in recent history.
Pro-Russia separatists blame the government, Ukraine says rebels' guilt "is clear as day," and confirmed information is scarce.
Two videos have surfaced of the Malaysia Airlines passenger jet allegedly crashing in Ukraine.
Maps show the airplane's path after it left Amsterdam before losing contact over eastern Ukraine.
Conspiracy theory? Twitter account says Congress edited the Wikipedia page on JFK's assassination.
The largest union for registered nurses in the country have declared the Detroit water shut-offs a "disgraceful attack" on human rights.
South African writer and anti-apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer died on Monday.
India's new prime minister to meet Obama in September.
The CIA chief in Germany is the highest-ranking U.S. intelligence figure to be expelled from Germany, but not the first.
Former New Orleans mayor was found guilty for his involvement in a bribery scandal while his city attempted to recover from Hurricane Katrina.