Experts doubt the ability of the U.S.'s missile defense to stop a North Korean nuclear warhead from killing hundreds of thousands of people.
Tens of thousands of social media users are calling for the arrest or execution of a man who filmed himself shooting cats with a rifle in Saudi Arabia.
As forces supported by the U.S. and Russia defeat ISIS across Syria, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson seeks Moscow's help to prevent a new conflict.
Foreign cyberattacks and economic uncertainties were ranked third.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister says Qatar asked his country to cede control of Islam's two holiest sites, but Qatar denies doing so.
An Iraqi military commander told local media that his forces killed four ISIS suicide bombers, but a fifth got away and slaughtered a family.
U.S. Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley said that fighting wars across the globe will not get easier over time.
Former U.S. and Israeli generals disavow a possible U.S. military strike on Iran, and a European scholar says Trump may find himself isolated.
After being accused by the U.K. and Australia of not doing enough on North Korea, China said it didn't start the nuclear crisis and didn't have the solution.
China's Haiyi (or "Sea Wings") unmanned underwater glider has broken world records and can instantly detect U.S. submarines in the tense South China Sea.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said he doesn't know what happened to 39 Indians kidnapped by ISIS in Iraq, but he'll pay to find out.
Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki thanked Russia for its "tremendous contribution" to Iraq and Syria by battling the Islamic State militant group.
The USS Thunderbolt reportedly fired at an Iranian ship that came within 150 yards and may belong to the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps.
Pro-Kurd media shared footage of Syrians burning burqas and cutting their beards after the Syrian Democratic Forces defeated ISIS in an area of Raqqa.
Majority-Shiite Muslim neighbors Iran and Iraq have a volatile history and differing views on the U.S., but they share an interest in battling jihadis.
Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia.
The Syrian military and Hezbollah joined forces to take down the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham on Lebanon’s restive border.
The U.S., Russia and China are all looking to surpass each other with military innovations such as missiles and drones that use artificial intelligence.
Japan's "Little Sunfish" brought back never-before-seen footage of the Fukushima nuclear plant, which has claimed a number of prior devices.
The three countries all want a stake in Syria's future and appear willing to secure it by making long-term military commitments.
Most oil and gas fields are under the control of U.S.-backed forces, despite Syrian military gains.