Footage posted on Twitter apparently shows rebels approaching the flaming wreckage.
The torpedo could reportedly travel thousands of miles underwater before detonating and releasing radioactive fallout on U.S. coastal cities.
Local media reported that migrants were shot by a man firing out of a car window as he drove around Macerata, 125 miles east of Rome.
Dengvaxia—the world’s first dengue vaccine—has been linked to the deaths of three children in the Philippines.
The October Revolution is now considered to have divided Russian society and inflicted pain.
The rogue state shipped weapons to Syria and Myanmar, according to a report from independent U.N. monitors.
Trump is “frantically doing everything he can to avoid testifying” before the special counsel, the host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" said.
Eight defectors—six who live in South Korea and two who reside in the U.S.—were welcomed into the Oval Office.
“It’s a very tricky situation. We’re going to find out how it goes," Trump said.
There is a big legal debate around whether indicting the president is even permissible.
North Korea said it wouldn't "hijack" the Winter Olympic Games, but Vice President Mike Pence just might.
The U.S. was named a “flawed” democracy for its second year in a row by the Democracy Index.
Fans haven't seen all five members of the girl group perform since the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
New images suggest the Chinese navy has outpaced its U.S. and Russian counterparts in developing a powerful ship-mounted railgun.
The push came amid reports the Trump administration was mulling over conducting a "bloody nose" strike against North Korea.
The second fatal crash in weeks has exposed the gap between the air force’s ambition and its “imperfect” technology.
They should not overplay their hand in races against less conservative Republicans.
Moscow repeatedly called for the U.S. to step back from its military reinforcement of Japan and South Korea in response to Pyongyang's nuclear tests.
Why is it OK to question Christianity but not Islam?
Targeting ‘dangerous’ people will only hurt the most vulnerable.
Wong was 17-years-old when he led tens of thousands in Hong Kong's 2014 pro-democracy movement.
U.S. experts are angry, seeing a real chance to punish Russia thrown to the wayside.
After three years of fighting ISIS, Iraq emerged divided, with a political class dominated by Iranian interests and a countryside awash with militias.
In exchange, he threw lavish sex parties and gave $1 million in bribes.
With an estimated casualty count of nearly 2 million, the six-month siege of Stalingrad remains one of the bloodiest military clashes in modern history.
A French teacher sought $25,000 in damages after claiming Facebook took down his account for posting an 1866 masterpiece by realist Gustave Courbet.
According to state media, he had been under treatment for depression. He was 68.
The U.N. warned on Thursday that it was “getting nowhere at the moment” because of aid deadlock within Syria.
Trump's advisers are reportedly split on this issue.
Adnan Oktar parades women in designer bondage across the stage while simultaneously supporting a president who advocates for Muslim women to wear modest clothing.