The US Attorney General says he had no conversations with Russians about interference in the election.
Officials say the escaped inmates are 'dangerous beyond description'
Demonstrators wore red robes and white bonnets in a nod to the handmaids in the dystopian novel.
The European Commission says Poland, Hungary and the Czechs have repeatedly refused to accept refugees.
Four shamans gathered on a hill in the capital Lima to implore the countries' leaders to make peace.
The European Union is preparing to steal one of Britain's crown jewels.
The billionaire founder of Uber is taking a leave of absence from the lift-sharing platform.
The 5% increase in 2015 was driven mainly by incidents targeting Muslims, Arabs or West Asians.
Two students' images were altered to remove references to the US president.
Russia's opposition leader set the scene for confrontation in Moscow, but rallies were held across the country.
Iraqis fleeing the battle of Mosul fall ill from food poisoning after a Ramadan meal.
A 21-year-old who set fire to a homeless man on Christmas Day has been jailed for nearly three years.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the de facto blockade is "against Islamic values".
NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman told CNN he was hoping to do "something that's pretty positive," as he prepared to board a plane for a trip to North Korea Tuesday.
A German policewoman was shot in the head in the attack and one person has been arrested.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed the isolation of Qatar, likening the diplomatic stranglehold placed upon it by neighboring Gulf countries to "a death sentence."
Bold, disruptive and totally unapologetic, a new Nigerian online magazine 'A Nasty Boy,' is set to ruffle a few feathers.
A cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen continues to spread at a rapid pace. Over 124,000 cases have been recorded as of Tuesday, with 923 people -- a quarter of them children -- dead in the current outbreak, the United Nations Children's Fund said in a statement Tuesday.
North Korea has detained a number of US citizens in recent years. CNN's Ivan Watson looks at why.
Japan's Space Sweepers are taking it upon themselves to do a little spring cleaning in space.