The ban on devices, from tablets up, on some flights has sent a shiver down every parent's back.
Former US President Bill Clinton has led tributes to Martin McGuinness, describing the former Irish Republican Army commander and Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland who died on Monday as "courageous."
Some 25,000 Italians joined a rally in the southern city of Locri to remember innocent victims of the mafia.
Censors appear to have backed down over a scene which features Disney's first gay character.
I am just back from South Sudan, one of the world's most fragile nations. For years, I have been moved by the kind people who maintain hope that they will live to see peace. My heart has ached for them, as they have endured pain and violence that make such hope feel out of reach.
Brazilian police have accused top meat producers of selling unsafe produce and bribing inspectors.
A commercial plane on Monday made a crash landing in poor weather at an airport in South Sudan, causing several injuries among the 43 on board.
Flying direct to the U.S. from major airports in the Middle East and North Africa just got a lot more complicated.
She will have security clearance but no official title or salary when she works in the West Wing.
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is demanding an apology from Tim Allen after the actor compared being a conservative in Hollywood to living in Germany in the 1930s.
Rex Tillerson may be skipping the NATO meeting next month -- a move that will clearly annoy the European allies. But on Wednesday, in a move that puts at least one foot of the Trump administration in the traditional diplomacy camp, he's hosting foreign ministers and officials of the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS, originally organized by the Obama administration in the fall of 2014 as an alignment of nations and international organizations committed to defeating the terrorist group.
Almost 40 years after Roman Polanski fled the US after pleading guilty to having sex with a minor, the filmmaker's legal saga may get a decision soon.
US officials say concerns over screening procedures at some airports in the Middle East and Africa will require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices rather than carry them into the cabin. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
State media deny that rebels have retaken ground in the Jobar district they lost over the weekend.
Canada's diplomatic missions told to stop using cut-outs of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at events.
Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux is asked to explain claims about holiday jobs he gave his daughters.
The promise came as a senior German politician said Mr Erdogan was no longer welcome in Berlin.
US secretary of state's absence likely to heighten concerns about Trump team's commitment to Nato.
Japanese pensioners aren't in a rush to dump their driving licenses, but one police department is hoping to entice them to retire from the roads with a novel incentive -- discount funerals.