The pause button was hit on the Korean War in 1953. Its legacy of destruction lives on.
Following the successful launch of their first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on July 4, the Hwasong-14, North Korea threw a series of celebrations to commemorate the work done by those involved in the project.
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Russia has announced its next envoy to the United Nations, an important job for the superpower during a challenging time for international relations.
The recent story of an Australian woman shot dead by police in Minneapolis is a tragedy of epic proportions. Summoning law enforcement to report what she believed to be a sexual assault occurring in the vicinity of her home, Justine Ruszczyk, according to one of the officers on scene, startled police and was shot dead by an arriving officer still seated inside his patrol car.
The crisis in Venezuela could enter new territory Sunday as President Nicolás Maduro's plans to rewrite the constitution face a pivotal vote to elect members of a special assembly.
Bezos's net worth topped $90 billion on Thursday, allowing the Amazon founder and CEO to narrowly dethrone Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates as the richest man in the world, according to Forbes and Bloomberg.
Siew Te Wong, a wildlife biologist in Malaysia, has dedicated his life to protecting the sun bear, the world's smallest bear species.
CNN's Paula Newton spoke to the young people of "La Resistencia" on the front line of Venezuela's opposition protest movement.
Clashes broke out between Muslim worshippers and Israeli security forces in the Old City of Jerusalem Thursday as the Muslim community resumed prayers inside the Al-Aqsa compound Thursday.
Charlie Gard, the terminally ill baby at the center of a bitter legal battle that has garnered global attention, is to have his life support treatment withdrawn.
Delta is pulling out of Venezuela as the country sinks deeper into crisis.
British Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis insists freedom of movement between the UK and Europe will end when the country leaves the European Union in March 2019.
The early 1990s offer an important reminder to the way that US policymakers -- for a time -- believed in collective security, diplomacy, international alliances and military restraint.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced it is imposing sanctions on 13 Venezuelan government officials. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A group of former and serving senior Deutsche Bank executives have agreed to give up nearly $45 million in bonuses.
An IT scandal forced Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to reshuffle his government on Thursday as two top ministers resigned, CNN affiliate Expressen reported.
If there is one sacred holiday in France, it is what Americans call "Bastille Day," and the French simply call "the Fourteenth of July." It is the Fourth of July, Veteran's Day and Presidents Day all rolled into one. Now, on the invitation of France's new President Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump is coming to celebrate it with the French people.
Starbucks just brewed a major deal in China.
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