The FBI has uploaded a trove of previously unreleased images of the aftermath of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon.
Cellphones, playgrounds and even the kitchen sink were covered in fecal matter, more so than a toilet, according to researchers.
The Islamic State group has used what's left of its influence near Ramadi to monitor U.S. troop movements—and call on locals to attack.
ISIS' Mosul commander Abu Abdul Rahman al-Ansary was killed by Iraqi forces as the U.S., Russia and Turkey struggle for influence in Syria.
Saudi Arabia's so-called "girls' council" promised advancements in gender equality, but included only men.
Fukushima's governor called Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe out for neglecting the nuclear disaster in the leader's sixth anniversary speech.
Russian media, accompanied by the Syrian army, have made gruesome discoveries left behind by the Islamic State group in Palmyra.
The U.S., Russia and Turkey back different sides in Syria's six-year civil war and they all have a stake in defeating the Islamic State group.
North Korea threatened to launch nuclear warfare, reducing the U.S. "to such debris that no living thing can be found."
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed she would request a second referendum for Scottish independence.
The movements of the sun and moon determine the date of Easter Sunday, Christianity's holiest celebration.
SpaceX performed a static test fire of its Falcon 9 rocket as Elon Musk's aerospace giant prepared to launch a commercial communications satellite into space.
China accused the U.S. of violating human rights through "racial terrorism" against minorities and an "election farce dominated by money politics."
A Pentagon official said the Iraqi army and its allies have cut off nearly all Islamic State group access to oil in the country, leaving the jihadists short of funds.
Pope Francis said that the Catholic Church may alter its views on clerical celibacy and allow some married men to become priests.
Iraqi forces predicted the Islamic State group's defeat within a month as the U.S. and Russia formed a cautious alliance in Syria.
The complex history of the U.S. and Russia spans nearly two and half centuries and some of history's most crucial moments.
The latest reports on the poor state of U.S. infrastructure reveal massive costs needed to repair the framework of the nation.
China Technology 2017: Artificial Intelligence Research Gets Billions To Develop New Robots, Weapons
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang outlined a massive boost to artificial intelligence and other emerging technology markets, highlighting Beijing's march to the top in robotics.
The iconic Azure Window arch has collapsed into the Mediterranean Sea off of Malta after years of damage caused by nature and humans.
An Indian father has refused to accept the body of his son, accused of being involved in a train bombing reportedly conducted by Islamic State group operatives.
Vice Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Paul Selva said Russia's new nuclear-capable missile is testing NATO's limits in Europe.
In the latest development, the U.S. and Russia appeared to have adopted a joint stance against Turkey, a move beneficial to the Syrian government and Kurds, but devastating for rebels.
Where Is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi? ISIS Leader Flees Islamic State Battle In Mosul, US And Iraqi Army Reports
The Islamic State group's elusive leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, may have escaped the group's largest and last stronghold in Iraq.
Two political refugees from Bangladesh told Japanese media they were deceived by a contractor offering them visa extensions in return for dangerous radiation cleanup in Fukushima.
Three years after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, International Business Times looks back at the largest air-sea operation in history and what it uncovered.
Alibaba founder and Chairman Jack Ma demanded the Chinese government crack down on fake goods as the country and his company suffer reputational blows.
An investigation by the U.S. Special Operations Command reportedly found that a Jordanian corporal acted alone in killing three U.S. soldiers in November.
The European Court of Justice ruled that EU member states such as Beglium have no obligation to grant humanitarian visas.
ISIS In Malaysia: Saudi Arabia King Salman Assassination Plot Foiled As Authorities Arrest Islamic State Militants
Malaysia's police chief told reporters authorities detained seven suspects inspired by the Islamic State group and foreign rebels attempting to kill Saudi Arabia's King Salman.