Is ISIS Targeting The UK? Counter-Terrorism Source Warns Of Next Paris-Style Attack
The Islamic State group plans to retaliate after a British plan to launch airstrikes in Syria advanced, a source told CNN.
How Can You Help The San Bernardino Victims? Donate To Families, Give Blood To Injured
Many websites can deliver your donation to the families affected by Wednesday's tragedy, and Californians have several locations for donating blood.
Donald Trump Booed By GOP Jews At Forum For Refusing To Recognize Status Of Jerusalem
"Just relax, OK?" Trump said to a crowd that booed him for not recognizing Jerusalem as the undisputed capital of Israel.
Refugees In The US: House Republicans Push For Crackdown In Spending Bill
GOP lawmakers are hoping to crack down on resettlement of Syrian and Iraqi refugees in the U.S. by attaching a provision to the $1 trillion spending bill that must pass by Dec. 11 to avoid a government shutdown.
Amid Dilma Rousseff Impeachment Proceedings, Allies Of The Brazilian President Rally Support
Backers of Dilma Rousseff rallied support for her Thursday, hoping to stymie the country's first presidential impeachment vote in decades.
Who Are The San Bernardino Shooting Victims? Why Officials Aren't Identifying Bodies Found At Inland Regional Center
Coroners had to wait to remove bodies from the shooting scene in San Bernardino, California, so investigators could preserve the integrity of the crime scene, authorities said.
After San Bernardino Shooting, Harry Reid Wants Senate Vote On Gun Control
Senate Democrats are expected to force a vote on a gun safety amendment after a shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs killed three people last week.
Islamic State In California? After San Bernardino Shooting, Rumors Abound Online About Potential ISIS Connection
Following Wednesday's shooting in Southern California, rumors are circulating online about a possible connection to the Islamic State group.
What Is A Mass Shooting? Multiple Victims Are Killed By Guns In US Nearly Every Day [MAP]
The Mass Shooting Tracker has counted 355 mass shootings in 2015 so far, including Wednesday's case in San Bernardino, California.
San Bernardino Shooting: President Obama Makes Seventh Statement On A Mass Shooting Incident in Five Months
Reacting to a mass shooting in Southern California on Wednesday afternoon, President Obama said there were steps the U.S. could take to make the country safer.
Former Auschwitz Medic, 95, Fit To Stand Trial, German Court Rules
The Rostock State Court overturned a lower court's ruling on Tuesday that declared the man, Hubert Z., unfit to stand trial.
Guantanamo Bay Detainee: Officials Say Yemeni Man Held More Than 13 Years Was A Case Of Mistaken Identity
A Yemeni prisoner held at Guantanamo Bay for more than 13 years was thought to be a prominent al Qaeda courier and trainer, but was actually just a low-level soldier, officials said Tuesday.
Laquan McDonald Shooting Update: Chicago Mayor Strikes Task Force, Former Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick To Advise
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked the former Massachusetts governor to advise the city's new task force looking into police accountability in the wake of the Laquan McDonald shooting.
Tamir Rice Shooting Update: Prosecutors Release Statements From Police Officers Involved
Prosecutors released statements Tuesday by Cleveland Officers, Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback, regarding the 2014 shooting of 12-year-old Rice.
Russia-Turkey Relations: Kremlin May Halt Turkish Stream Gas Pipeline Project After Downed Russian Jet
In the wake of Turkey's shoot-down of a Russian Su-24 jet, the Kremlin imposed trade sanctions and may halt a major pipeline project.
Puerto Rico Debt Crisis 2015: Will San Juan Default On Bond Payment? Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla To Announce Decision
Politicians, labor representatives and other leaders were set to gather in Washington Wednesday to demand Congress take action on Puerto Rico's debt crisis.
Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood Shooting: Robert Lewis Dear Charged With Murder In First Court Appearance
Robert Dear, accused of killing three during a long standoff and shootout in Colorado, made his first court appearance via video Monday.
Freddie Gray Trial Update: Jury Selection Begins For Officer William Porter, All Potential Jurors Indicate Familiarity With Case
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of William Porter, one of six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of a man who suffered a spinal injury while in police custody.
Canada Offers Ukraine More Military Support Amid Conflict With Russia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met on the sidelines of the Paris climate change talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Sunday.
Thanksgiving Day Shopping 2015: Online Sales To Hit Record, While Store Crowds Lag Behind
Early reports for Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales reveal a boom in online shopping while in-store shopping lagged.
Germany Terror Raids: Police Arrest Two Men In Berlin After Tip-Off About Suspected Attack
Berlin saw two anti-terror raids Thursday, after police received a tip about a possible attack in the works.
Syrian Refugee Crisis 2015: Canada To Give UN $75 Million In Relief
In addition to the aid, Canada will resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the year and another 15,000 by the end of February.
To Weaken Swiss Franc, Switzerland Banks Extend Use Of Negative Interest Rates
The Swiss National Bank said its monetary policy is based on two pillars: negative interest rates and a willingness to intervene in the currency market, if necessary.
French State Of Emergency After Paris Attacks Criticized By Both Human-Rights Groups And Far-Right Opposition
Human-rights groups are decrying heavy-handed arrests and searches after France extended its state of emergency following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.
Laquan McDonald Shooting: After Video's Release, Black Leaders Call For Investigation Into Chicago Police
Following the release of video footage of a black teeanger's death at the hands of a white police officer, the leaders called on the city's police superintendent to resign.
Jamar Clark Protests: Police Hold Four Men In Connection With Shooting Of Minneapolis Demonstrators
The men will be held until Monday as prosecutors determine whether to file charges.
Syrian Refugee Crisis: States Cannot Block Resettlement, US Government Says
Governors in many states have vowed to block refugees from entering, but the federal government has pledged to bring 10,000 Syrians to the U.S. this fiscal year.
African Migration Crisis: Egypt To Crack Down On Smugglers Bringing Migrants To Europe
A new draft law seeks to impose impose stiffer fines and sentences on smugglers bringing migrants across the Mediterranean illegally.
Is Syria Buying Oil From ISIS? US Sanctions Syrian Businessman For Acting As 'Middleman' In Transactions
Syrian businessman George Haswani assisted in transactions between Bashar Assad's regime and the Islamic State group, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
'White Student Unions' Internet Hoax: Facebook Pages Welcoming Students Of European Descent Seek To Stir Racial Tensions?
At least 30 Facebook pages for white student unions on campuses have been created within the last few days -- possibly to stir up racial tensions.