Los Angeles New Year's Eve 2015: Five Fun Events To Ring In 2016
The ball will have already dropped in New York City, but the West Coast will be going strong with plenty of events in Los Angeles.
Ukraine-Russia Conflict Update: Peace Agreement Extended Into 2016 As War Continues
The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany agreed to extend a peace deal into 2016 in the hopes of ending the conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
Muslims Rank Lowest For Religious Rights Protection In US, Survey Finds
Protecting the religious liberty of Christians ranked highest among people in the U.S., while Muslims and atheists were at the bottom of a new survey.
Here Is A Complete List Of Every Person Killed In A Mass Shooting In 2015
Here are the names of every person killed in a U.S. mass shooting in 2015.
After A Year Of Gun Violence In America, Victims Debate Whether Gun Control Is The Answer
After mass shootings killed more than 400 people in the U.S. in 2015, affected communities are demanding answers from lawmakers.
Will Russia Compete In The Rio Olympics? After Doping Scandal, European Athletics President Doubtful
Russia has long been an Olympic power, but after a recent scandal, its athletes might not get a chance to compete in Brazil.
Boris Nemtsov Murder Indictments Expected For 5 Chechen Men Accused Of Killing Russian Opposition Politician
Suspects in the murder of Russian politician Boris Nemtsov were indicted Tuesday, but the court refused to categorize the murder as one against a public official.
Syria, France Deadliest Countries For Journalists In 2015: Report
Militant groups have claimed responsibility for the deaths of 28 journalists in 2015, another deadly year for reporters worldwide.
New Russia-Ukraine Economic War Over Import Bans Expected In 2016
The new year is likely to be a continuation of 2015, with further economic restrictions between Russia and Ukraine as Kiev looks toward the EU.
Russia Calls On US To Drop Troops And Weapons From Baltics, Eastern Europe
Moscow has called for the U.S. to back down with troops and weapons in Eastern Europe even as ceasefire violations continue in Eastern Ukraine.
What Is Boxing Day? Facts You Need To Know About The British Holiday
Nobody is quite sure why the holiday is called Boxing Day, but here's everything you need to know about how it is celebrated.
Hottest Christmas Toys 2015: 'Star Wars' And Barbie Top Children's Most-Wanted Gift Lists
"Star Wars"-inspired toys and Barbie lead the pack of the year's most-wanted gifts for youngsters.
South China Sea Dispute Update: Australia Will Not Stop Surveillance Flights Over Contested Chinese Islands
Australia and the U.S. have resolved to stand against China with surveillance and navigation in the disputed South China Sea.
Ukraine Suspends Trade To Crimea Amid Increased Tensions With Russia
Following electricity cuts, Ukraine is further isolating Crimea by cutting trade relations with the Russian-annexed peninsula.
Paris Terror Attack Update: Austria Arrests Two People With Possible Connections To Deadly Attacks
Two French citizens carrying fake Syrian passports were arrested over the weekend at a refugee center in Salzburg, Austria.
Russia Cracks Down On Human Rights, Ukrainian 'Spy' During John Kerry Visit
As Russian and U.S. officials meet to discuss the wars in Syria and Ukraine, the Kremlin has taken a step back on human rights.
South China Sea Controversy: US Navy Pacific Fleet Patrols Will Not Be Altered By Chinese Militarization, US Officials Say
U.S. officials said Monday that another patrol within 12 nautical miles of Chinese-made islands would not be conducted this year.
Republican Presidential Debate 2015: Start Time, TV Channel, Radio Info For The Fifth GOP Debate
Stakes are high entering the Republican presidential debate with seven weeks to go before the Iowa caucus.
Election 2016 Polls: Before Fifth GOP Debate, Where Do The Republican Candidates Stand?
Candidates square off Tuesday night, with some surveys showing Sen. Ted Cruz — not businessman Donald Trump — in first place.
Russia Military Spending 2016: Navy, Air Force To Modernize, Expand, Kremlin Says
As Russia's economy suffers from low oil prices, the Kremlin is still planning to modernize its forces with a focus on naval and air power.
South China Sea Controversy Update: China Conducts Live-Fire Exercises As Tensions Remain High
China's Defense Ministry called its military drills in the region routine, while objecting to the U.S. sending a spy plane to Singapore.
Bomb Scares And Mall Evacuations Across US Spread Panic During Peak Holiday Shopping Season
At least four malls across the U.S. were evacuated Saturday, hitting retailers during the height of the holiday season.
Trump Calls Poll 'Biased' That Has Cruz In The Lead In Iowa
A new poll doesn't have Donald Trump on top, and he's mad about it.
Pope Will Visit Mexico And Areas Hit By Drug War In February
The pontiff will visit poor regions afflicted by the drug war along with meeting the president and church hierarchy.
Obama Applauds American Leadership In Paris Climate Agreement
The president touted the American team's role at the Paris conference, while arguing the country's investments in solar and wind energy are creating middle-class jobs.
San Bernardino Attack Update: Investigators Continue Searching Lake For Digital Evidence In Mass Shooting
Investigators were seen pulling items from the lake, but it remains unclear if they are linked with the Dec. 2 mass killing.
How To Celebrate The Feast Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe: History, Facts And All You Need To Know About The Catholic Saint
For Mexicans and Catholics around the world, the day marks the celebration of a miraculous event dating back to 1531.
Ukraine Parliament Brawl Video: Watch Fight Erupt With Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk And Lawmakers
The Ukrainian Parliament's latest fistfight broke out Friday as the country's prime minister faces increased pressure to step down.
Islamic State In Morocco: Search For Paris Terror Suspect Salah Abdeslam Turns To Africa
German authorities have said the Paris terror attack suspect could be in Morocco.
US Fighting ISIS With New Military Bases? Pentagon Proposal Expands Troops In Middle East, Africa And Asia
The Pentagon's proposal would ensure a U.S. military presence in some of the world's most volatile regions for the foreseeable future.