Istanbul airport blasts kill nearly 50, Turkish official says
A senior Turkish government official has told The Associated Press all initial indications suggest ISIS is behind the attack at Istanbul's Ataturk airport. The official also said nearly 50 people were killed in the attack Tuesday at the airport's ...
Dominique Soguel and Zeynep Bilginsoy, The Associated Press
Nearly 50 reportedly killed as explosions rock Turkey's Istanbul airport
Suicide attacks at Istanbul airport kill multiple, wound dozens: officials
British-Lebanese TV host deported from Egypt to Beirut
BEIRUT (AP) — A prominent dual British-Lebanese journalist who hosted a talk show critical of the government of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi arrived in Beirut on Tuesday after authorities in Cairo briefly detained her and then deported her ...
Liliane Daoud: TV Star to Oblivion?
Egypt expels prominent TV host Liliane Daoud
Egypt deports Liliane Daoud, British-Lebanese talkshow host
Trump threatens to scrap NAFTA if elected
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump has delivered his most explicit threat to smash the North American Free Trade Agreement just as the continent's three leaders gather to discuss building new ties. If elected president, the presumptive Republican nominee said ...
Trump slams globalization, promises to upend economic status quo
Donald Trump Vows to Rip Up Trade Deals and Confront China
Defying Republican orthodoxy, Trump trashes trade deals and advocates tariffs
An explosion hit Turkey's largest airport, Istanbul Ataturk, on Tuesday, broadcasters NTV and CNN Turk said, adding that several people were injured in the blast.
Three arrested over alleged racist abuse on tram in Manchester
Police have arrested three people after a man was allegedly racially abused on a tram in Manchester city centre. Footage emerged today that allegedly showed a man being insulted and then having beer thrown on him. Police confirmed three people, two ...
4 scenarios eyed to keep Britain in EU despite exit vote
LONDON -- As continental powers pressure a nervous Britain to formally apply to exit the European Union, die-hard "remain" supporters are taking on the mission to put the brakes on the so-called Brexit. The challenge is formidable: Britons turned out ...
EU needs to reform before it breaks up: Editorial
Brexit: Xenophobia, nationalism — and questions about income distribution
Cameron tells EU leaders they must offer UK more control over immigration
Facebook is an incredibly powerful global communication tool. But it can also be an incredible time-suck when you should be working. And now, there's research to explain why 'Facebocrastination' is such a problem.
The American Red Cross has apologized for a pool safety poster that depicted some white children as "cool" and some black children as "not cool."
Considered the world's largest mosquito factory, the laboratory raises millions of male mosquitos for research that could prove key to the race to prevent the spread of Zika virus.
Researchers infected pregnant monkeys with the Zika virus to learn how it harms developing fetuses — and in a highly unusual twist, the public can get a real-time peek at the findings.
Cormac McCarthy Dead? The Truth About 'No Country For Old Men' Author's Death
Cormac McCarthy…R.I.P? The legendary author of such books as 'Blood Meridian,' 'The Road' and 'No Country for Old Men' was reportedly dead from a stroke on June 28, but is Cormac really dead? One of the greatest voices in American literature has been ...
In his words: Donald Trump's evolving Muslim ban
NEW YORK -- Donald Trump's proposal to bar foreign Muslims from entering the country was among his most bombastic, helping him stand out in a crowded Republican primary field. Now the presumptive Republican nominee for president, the billionaire ...
Trump's Muslim ban: From simple clarity to plain confusion
Hardline Immigration Hawks Are Starting To Panic About Donald Trump
A softer, gentler Donald Trump?
EU chief to Brexiter Nigel Farage: 'Why are you here?'
Go here to follow CNN's Brexit coverage live. London (CNN) The most vocal architect of Britain's seismic decision to leave the European Union thumbed his nose at the EU Parliament Tuesday as members booed and turned their backs on him, in the most ...
'You're not laughing now': Nigel Farage booed at EU general assembly
UKIP's Nigel Farage booed in rowdy European Parliament debate
Reality Check: Have MEPs done 'proper jobs'?
Ninety-nine million years ago, two baby birds met an unfortunate end and their severed wings became encased in amber. This is their story.
NASA fired up a booster for the world's most powerful rocket today for its last ground test before it launches the Orion spacecraft on a 2018 test flight.
A judge has approved a settlement that will put the Happy Birthday to You song in the public domain. It ends the ownership claims of Warner/Chappell Music, the music publishing company that has been collecting royalties on the song for years.
Lebanese army detains 103 Syrians in wake of border bombings
BEIRUT -- Lebanese troops detained 103 Syrians for illegal entry into the country in a security sweep Tuesday, a day after a series of deadly bombings struck a village near the Syrian border, the military said. The government warned of a mounting ...
Lebanese Christian women patrol border village after ISIS launch suicide attacks
Lebanese Christian village hit with eight suicide attacks in one day
Lebanon fears more attacks after multiple suicide bombings
A rise in hate crimes following Britain's vote to leave the European Union has brought condemnation from lawmakers and police officials, including investigators in Manchester who are looking into a "disgusting display of abuse" that took place early Tuesday on public transit.
World stock benchmarks stopped bleeding Tuesday as investors started shaking off the jitters from Britain's vote to quit the European Union and its messy aftermath.
Hillary Clinton's shift on abortion: from "safe, legal and rare" to "safe and legal. What leaving out that one word signals about the presumptive Democratic nominee's changing views, and the changing political landscape.
Liberal Elizabeth Warren attacked Republican Donald Trump on Monday during her first campaign appearance with U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, calling him an "insecure money grubber" who is driven by greed and hate.
French authorities opened a manslaughter inquiry Monday into the May crash of an EgyptAir plane that killed 66 people, saying there is no evidence so far to link it to terrorism.
Iceland — a country where owning a pet snake, lizard or turtle is against the law, mosquitoes do not exist, McDonald's is nowhere on the map and a mere 323,000 people call it home.
Panama opened the long-delayed $6.87-billion Cdn expansion of its shipping canal amid cheering crowds on Sunday, despite looming economic uncertainty in the shipping industry and a heated battle over billions in cost overruns.