Jeffrey Fowle, an American arrested in North Korea in May for leaving a bible at a club for foreign sailors, has been released and is on his way home, a senior State Department official told CNN on Tuesday.
Village by village, the extremist group has manipulated Arabs, Yazidis and Christians alike with a campaign of kindness one day, terror the next.
Immediately after his sword falls, the Saudi Arabian executioner steps backwards to avoid soiling his clothes with the blood of the condemned man, whose headless body can be seen slumping over backwards in the shaky online film.
BND Chief: Ukraine's Photos Were Faked
Will Repay Billions to Gazprom
Pentagon: Troops Won't Get Protective Suits
Three months ago, the CEO of Total, Christophe de Margerie, dared utter the phrase heard around the petrodollar world, "There is no reason to pay for oil in dollars," as we noted here.
France's government is drawing up a new set of rules for theatres after the Paris Opera ejected a woman for wearing a veil during a performance, the institution's deputy director said Sunday.
Sweden Deploys Army, Air Force, Navy Near Stockholm Over Reported Damaged Russian Sub; Moscow Denies
These Time-Lapse Maps That Show How Much The World Has Changed In The Last 30 Years Are Completely Jarring
Nobody Wants To Host The 2022 Olympics — And One Example From A College Professor Tells You Why
They are the world's most fearsome bureaucrats.
The behavior of the CDC alone should be ur redflag
A reporter is tweeting photos and updates from the Carnival cruise ship that turned around after the captain announced that someone on board might have been exposed to a Texas Ebola patient's fluids.
One of the most accidentally revealing media accounts highlighting the real meaning of "democracy" in U.S. discourse is a still-remarkable 2002 New York Times Editorial on the U.S.-backed military coup in Venezuela, which temporarily removed that
A crack in a steam generator tube prompted a nuclear reactor to shut down at the Yeonggwang plant on Friday.
Specialists from Cuba and Ecuador meet in Quito to develop strategies and agreements to strengthen linkages and collaboration in the health sector between the two countries.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made his first public appearance since 3 September, the country's official news agency says.
The leader of Spain's Catalonia region will call off a referendum on independence from Spain planned for Nov. 9 and look for alternative ways to consult Catalans, a key regional political party said on Monday.
A cyberespionage campaign believed to be based in Russia has been targeting government leaders and institutions for nearly five years, according to researchers with iSight Partners who have examined code used in the attacks.
The questionable continuance of the NATO alliance after the Cold War ended is demonstrated by Turkey's reluctance to help against the rampaging group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Have Bill Gates and his eugenicist foundation's crimes against humanity finally caught up with him?
A new report shows that four out of five purchases in Sweden are paid for electronically or by card.
Early Monday morning police in Hong Kong began removing barricades placed by protesters who have occupied parts of the city for the last two weeks.
Russia and China, the two strategic Eurasian nations, are moving clearly to ultimately break free of the stranglehold of the Dollar System.
Jean-Claude Duvalier, Haiti's former president, known to one and all as "Baby Doc," died of a heart attack last week in Port-au-Prince, aged only 63.
The pro-democracy protests that have gripped Hong Kong since late September have reached an impasse that appears to suit the territory's government and its backers in Beijing.
Leon Panetta recently confirmed the policy agenda of the US government - and it's exactly as I predicted.
In a word association game, If I said Switzerland, you might say cheese or chocolate or maybe the alps. But another common item everyone associates with the Swiss is their money. Their banks. Their currency. Soon, that currency could change
The results are in for the 2014 Nobel Prize in physics. If the brilliant light show above doesn't give it away, then let me enlighten you.