Widespread human rights violations are a warning sign -- a loud, blaring siren -- that a breakdown in peace and security is coming, writes Nikki Haley.
Heat from a fire below it made it fall near heavy traffic in Alabang.
The vote in Indonesia's capital was seen by many as a key test of the country's secular identity.
Leader of rebel group notorious for kidnapping children no longer a threat, Ugandan army says.
A foreign ministry spokesman says Beijing opposes words or actions that could raise tensions.
When NASA's Cassini mission surveyed Saturn's largest moon, Titan, in 2013, scientists encountered a mystery they couldn't solve: the "magic islands."
As the US says all options remain on the table, CNN's Paula Hancocks asks experts how much military pain could North Korea inflict on its southern neighbor?
One crew member is rescued as a cargo ship carrying 12 people sinks in a storm in the Kerch Strait.
India has a message for President Trump: Curbing visas for skilled workers won't solve America's problems.
About 1,200 hotels in the US and Puerto Rico were infected by credit card-stealing malware.
We're all used to the familiar front grilles and badges of car brands like Audi, Porsche and BMW. But have you ever considered a Peugeot piano? Or an Aston Martin yacht? Perhaps a Bentley handbag?
Physicists have created a fluid with negative mass, which accelerates backwards when pushed.
It has been one of the most unpredictable and dramatic presidential campaigns in French political history -- and with less than a week to go before the election, the outcome remains too close to call.
The Russia-based leader of a Calexit campaign has backed off efforts seeking California's secession from the United States and announced that he intends to "make Russia my new home."
Democrat just fails to win 50% in Georgia congressional vote, with run-off now needed.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson noted Mr Trump's fears over Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism.
Making this month's Women in Sailing edition of Mainsail has been something of a personal voyage.
Residents leave two government-held villages after Saturday's deadly attack on buses with evacuees.
India's ex-deputy prime minister LK Advani faces a criminal trial over the destruction of a mosque.
The United States will not be negotiating directly with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un anytime soon, Vice President Mike Pence told CNN in an exclusive interview.