Amid Threats And Turmoil, Egypt, Saudi Arabia Sign 3-Month Oil Deal Worth $1.4B
The accord further cements the increasingly close relationship between the two countries.
Bangkok Bombing 2015: 2 Suspects Turn Themselves In
The primary suspect, "the man in the yellow T-shirt," was not among them.
Presidential Polls 2016: Biden Beating Trump, Clinton In Mock General Election Contests In Swing States
In mock general-election polls in key states, the vice president fared at least as well as the two party front-runners.
Russia Ukraine News: Amid Escalating Fears Of War, Lavrov Presses Germany, France On Peace Treaty
Fears are growing that a six-month ceasefire could crumble altogether.
Jared Fogle Child Porn Subway Scandal: PR Disasters And How Companies Can Recover From Them
Will Subway recover from the Jared Fogle scandal?
Japan School Children Suicides: After Vacation, Many Young Students Kill Themselves, Study Finds
The highest number of children killed themselves on Sept. 1, the day that many schools reopen.
Bangkok Bombing 2015 Victims: Names, Nationalities, Ages Of Those Killed In Shrine Blast
The most recently confirmed death was that of a 19-year-old law student, who was a British national and a Hong Kong resident.
ISIS Drone Technology? Turkey Arrests Suspected Islamic State Militants Near Syria, Confiscates Weapons And Drone
Turkish and American officials have said they would create an "Islamic State-free" zone in a 60-mile strip along the Turkish border.
Dirty Doctors? Anonymous Essay Documents Physicians' Racist, Sexist Behavior Before Unconscious Patients
In a journal, a medical student recounts an obstetrician verging on sexually assaulting an unconscious, bleeding new mother.
Under Egypt President Sisi, Anti-Terrorism Law Allows Crackdown On Suspected Militants
Critics of the law fear that it will harm the media and muzzle government dissenters.
Best Friends Day 2015: 12 Quotes Celebrating Friendship And BFFs
"What! You too? I thought I was the only one." Everyone loves a best friend they share so much with.
India Independence Day 2015: Top Pictures Celebrating India's Split From British Empire [PHOTOS]
India gained its independence from Britain in 1947.
Egypt Rabaah Massacre Anniversary: Cairo Airport Website Hacked As Rights Group Calls For Investigation
People trying to visit the Cairo airport's website were directed to a page reminding them of a deadly massacre two years ago.
Hong Kong Uber Arrests: Petition Supporting App Garners Close To 50K Signatures
Uber has a history of success with previous campaigns to attract public support.
Islamic State Recruitment: ISIS Seeks Fighters From Caucasus, Central Asia and Indonesia
The new report confirms the ongoing trend of fighters from outside the Middle East joining the militant group.
Who Is Tucker Hipps? New Clues In Clemson Fraternity Pledge Death, Teen Allegedly Hazed Before Falling Off Bridge
Tucker Hipps was forced to walk along the thin rail of a bridge before falling head-first into the river below, according to a new unidentified witness.
North Korea Uranium Nuclear Weapons? Under Kim Jong Un, Mining Appears To Expand, Satellite Images Show
The country "seems to be mining more uranium to meet what may be increasing needs for fuel or bombs," a report concluded.
Saudi Russian Iskander Arms Deal? Facing ISIS, Iran Threats, Arab Kingdom Could Purchase Deadly Missile System
If the purchase goes through, Saudi Arabia would be the first foreign country to buy the high-precision, close-range ballistic missile system.
Music In Medicine: For Surgery Patients, Tunes Reduce Pain, Anxiety And Need For Painkillers, Study Finds
A new study adds to a growing body of evidence that points toward the healing powers of music.
Deer, Rabbit In Estes Park, Colorado Camp Video Evokes Bambi And Thumper
Staff at the camp said that the animals played together daily.
McDonald's Mobile App: Struggling Chain Launches Trial In San Diego, New York, Yet Lags Behind Other Fast-Food Companies
McDonald's Mobile, launched in San Diego and New York City, is an effort to keep pace with other fast-food chains.
Flight MH370 Update: China Not Paying Fair Share Of Search Costs, Australia Says
Efforts to find the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner are estimated to cost hundreds of millions of dollars.
Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak 2015 In South Bronx: Why It Happened In An Area Plagued By Health Problems
The incidence of Legionnaires' disease in New York City rises in impoverished areas.
Haiti Migration Crisis: Bahamas Navy Arrests Haitian Immigrants For Trying To Enter Country
Illegal immigrants are “an annoying, consistent and expensive problem,” Bahamas Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell has said.
MH17 Crash: Suspected Russian 'Missile Parts' Found At Ukraine Site Of Downed Malaysian Airlines Plane
The parts could belong to a BUK missile system, Dutch prosecutors said.
Who Is Tomislav Salopek? ISIS Execution Deadline Looms For Croatian Hostage Held By Islamic State Branch in Sinai
In a recent video, Tomislav Salopek said he would be killed in 48 hours if Egyptian authorities did not comply with militants' demands.
Who Was Russell Dohner? Beloved Illinois Doctor Who Charged $5 Per Visit Dies At 90
"He's the closest thing we have to a saint," a local hospital director said in 2013.
Fearing ISIS And Iran, Egypt, Saudi Arabia Eye French Mistral Warships Originally Bound For Russia
The two Sunni countries hope to jointly bolster regional security in the face of new threats.
Saudi Arabia Sexual Harassment Video: New Footage Sparks Debate Over Laws, Punishments
New footage has led to the women being cast as provocateurs rather than victims.
New York Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak Update: 10 Dead, Free Cooling Towers Test Required
The towers have been linked to a deadly outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.