Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia will retaliate against the placement of U.S. missiles in nearby countries such as Romania, according to Russia's state-run news agency TASS.
New Orleans Pelicans player Bryce Dejean-Jones was fatally shot in Dallas early Saturday, Dallas police department spokesman Demarquis Black said.
A judge overseeing a lawsuit filed against Donald Trump regarding his closed real estate education program called Trump University has ruled parts of internal documents, including "playbooks" regarding running the enterprise, should be released as part of the case.
A ban on condom advertising by Pakistani authorities -- who have since backtracked on the restriction -- has sparked a debate and divided the socially liberal and conservative sides of the country.
Tropical Storm Bonnie lashed coastal South Carolina with heavy rains, but appeared to stall as it marched on.
The Cincinnati Zoo shot and killed a western lowland gorilla on Saturday after a 4-year-old boy slipped into the animal's enclosure, a zoo official said at a news conference.
There are countless creatures on Earth that man has yet to discover.
Donald Trump on Saturday questioned why President Barack Obama didn't mention the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor during his trip this week to Japan.
Lightning strikes injured at least 14 people in France and Germany Saturday, leaving as many as nine of them severely hurt, authorities said.
Israel successfully tested a maritime missile interception system to shoot down short-range missiles, dubbing it the "Iron Dome of the Sea."
Brazilian police are searching for 33 people suspected in the gang rape of a 16-year-old as graphic video and images of the girl posted on social media have shocked the South American country.
Hull City is back in the big time after winning a place in next season's Premier League.
I have always had a strange relationship to Portland, Oregon.
A Los Angeles judge granted Amber Heard a temporary restraining order Friday against husband Johnny Depp, whom she claims has been abusive.
And in the fifth decade of Modernism Le Corbusier said "Let there be concrete": and there was Brutalism.
Visit Victoria Miro Gallery in London from now until the end of July and you may find yourself in an endless field of glowing yellow, polka-dotted pumpkins. This arresting experience is part of a major new exhibition from Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
"60 Minutes" Australia has fired a producer who was involved in a child abduction story that resulted in its four-person crew being jailed briefly in Lebanon.
The Smithsonian Institution has returned the remains of 54 indigenous people, including four mummified Maori heads, to a New Zealand museum.
A Chinese firm is apologizing after its seemingly racist ad went viral.
Geraldine Largay knew she was so very lost that the chances of her making it out of the thick Maine woods were gone.
Alex Bestler and a friend were on a morning hike in Usery Mountain Park in Arizona when, without provocation, a large swarm of hostile bees attacked.
If researchers seem a bit, well, voyeuristic with regard to people's sex lives, there's good reason for it: In heterosexual marriages, the happier people are with the sexual lives, the happier they are with their relationships. And if you want to know how much a newlywed couple is enjoying and having sex — and really, who doesn't — then look at their personalities.
Mohammad al-Sheikh's flexibility is nothing short of amazing. The 12-year old has already starred on TV, now he's aiming higher.
Researchers have found mysterious man-made structures from 176,500 years ago in a cave in southwest France.
Africa's largest economy is facing a serious tomato shortage. A great part of its crops have been destroyed by a deadly moth.
EgyptAir Flight 804 vanished from radar on its way from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard.
Surveillance video shows how a motorcyclist cheated death from an overturning heavy-duty truck in east China's Fujian Province.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh explains how the changing leadership and conflict have changed the Taliban.
Icy temperatures, fierce winds and limited oxygen: The world's highest peak is an inhospitable place for any living thing, and danger is inherent in trying to climb it.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh travels with the Libyan immigration police inside a warehouse of migrant hopefuls they raided.
Two divers have discovered a treasure trove of coins and sculptures in the shallow waters of the ancient Roman port of Caesarea, on the Mediterranean Sea.
The final event of the Women's Sevens Series takes place in Clermont, France, from May 28-29.
The annual Al-Gaffal dhow race is Dubai's way of honoring its roots in the pearl trade.
Take a look at 30 amazing sports photos from May 17 through May 23.
Organizers say fancy dress has not been banned at the 2016 London Sevens -- but there are new restrictions on alcohol never before seen at a major event at Twickenham.
The legal controversy surrounding North Carolina's "bathroom bill" is not about bigotry. To be sure, unequal treatment of and discrimination against the transgender community could be one of the intended consequences of what is being proposed. But ultimately, the legal battle being forged between the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division and the State of North Carolina is an issue of separation of power. And it's not clear that this is a battle that the Justice Department can win.
The crash of EgyptAir Flight 804 early Thursday and the recovery of some wreckage Friday was a tragic end to a week that had begun with viral video of huge lines at Transportation Security Administration checkpoints in the United States. These two developments have understandably raised two related questions about aviation security: Are we doing the right things, and are we doing the right things right?
Well, it's that time again. Every four years, like clockwork, the big talk pronouncements begin: the promises soon to be left unfulfilled, the bellicose hype that months from now will be long gone and gladly forgotten. All the chest-thumping and jingoism that we are seeing right now will just melt away and we will go back to business as usual.
U.S. President Barack Obama is in Vietnam forging stronger ties with a country that was the scene of bitter conflict just over 40 years ago.
Donald Trump is in a spot all too familiar to other politicians, but unusual for him: He needs to regain his footing after a tough few days.
The disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804, which vanished from radar on its way from Paris to Cairo early Thursday, has once again prompted people to ask a question that looms in the back of the mind of many travelers: Is flying really safe?
In their art, Tayeba Bagum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman highlight the experiences of Dhaka's alienated hijra community.
Harmony of the Seas sets off on its official maiden voyage on May 29
The world's largest blue diamond, an extremely rare gem known as "The Oppenheimer Blue", sold for $57.5 million at Christie's Geneva Wednesday night, making it the most expensive diamond ever to be sold at auction.
Scientists at Georgia Tech have developed technology that allows dogs to trigger audible cues or send text message alerts.
Today, between 59 and 67.2 million refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced persons are trapped in a state of temporary permanence. Sean Anderson of the Museum of Modern Art in New York explains why innovative architecture must be part of the solution.
Exclusive hotels-within-hotels are popping up at select properties across North America.
Think U.S. security lines are bad now? Airlines for America, an industry trade group, says the summer travel season is going to get even busier.
Palm oil is used in many of our everyday products, but high demand has displaced thousands, say activists.