The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for a Friday attack on a Shiite Muslim mosque in Peshawar in northern Pakistan -- a suicide bombing and gunfire assault that a hospital representative said killed 19 people and injured dozens of others.
Kayla Mueller, an American aid worker and ISIS hostage whose death was confirmed by her family this week, might have been paired with a male ISIS fighter during her captivity, U.S. intelligence and government officials said Wednesday.
It's one of the biggest sporting events on the planet and in a growing market for new fans, football's global governing body has cut a media rights deal for the 2026 World Cup over a decade ahead of the tournament.
Marathon peace talks aimed at ending the bloody crisis in eastern Ukraine concluded in a breakthrough: A ceasefire that's due to start Sunday and an agreement for both sides to pull back heavy weapons.
Houthi rebels took all U.S. Embassy vehicles parked at the Yemeni capital's airport and wouldn't let departing U.S. Marines take their weapons with them, a top Sanaa airport official said about the latest evidence of unrest in an Arab nation long seen as key in America's fight against terrorists.