UNICEF honcho steps down after revelation of 'unsuitable' messages
Justin Forsyth, who was a deputy director at the United Nations Children's Fund, stepped down after admitting to sending staffers 'unsuitable' messages at his previous job — at Save the Children.
Bombs are falling on a rebel enclave in Syria every minute. Here's the backstory.
NBC News takes a look at what is driving the Syrian war, a conflict which has killed hundreds of thousands of people and forced millions into exile.
Judges give skaters from their own countries better scores in PyeongChang
The data from the 2018 Winter Games shows that American judges are just like everybody else — they give better scores to figure skaters from their own country.
Japan falls out of love with sake as 'Western way of living' takes root
Sake sales within Japan have decreased 30 percent since 1975, forcing brewers to try to tap into growing overseas markets, including the United States.
It's official, Switzerland is fast becoming a 'Crypto-Nation'
The Swiss government's financial regulatory authority - FINMA, just released official guidelinesto regulate certain initial coin offerings (ICOs). The move will help recognize cryptocurrencies as part of the financial system of the country. While other nations have been largely skeptical of cryptocurrencies, with some even placing bans on them; Switzerland sees them as an economic opportunity.
Attacker blows himself up after hurling grenade at U.S. Embassy
Montenegro borders the Adriatic Sea in southeastern Europe. It joined NATO last year despite strong opposition from its traditional Slavic ally Russia.
Package with racist message sent to Prince Harry & Meghan Markle
The Metropolitan Police force says "a package containing a substance" was delivered to St. James's Palace, where Harry has his office, on Feb. 12.
Taxi to Canada: Migrants flee uncertainty in Trump's America
Cab drivers in Upstate New York compete for fares for those fleeing the US, shuttling riders north to an uncertain future in the hands of Canadian authorities.
Amid political unrest, violence in Honduras, TPS holders in U.S. worry about their fate
"It's me against the clock," says the U.S.-born son of Hondurans in the U.S. for decades. He's trying to sponsor them in case their TPS status ends.
Israeli PM says its intel services helped thwart Australia plane bomb plot
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israeli intelligence services helped thwart an ISIS plot to bomb a plane in Australia last year.
This startup is brewing up a fix for food waste
Toast Ale aims to cut down on food waste and inspire consumers to do likewise.
Bermuda's gay marriage reversal sparks fears others may follow
Earlier this month, the British island territory became the first jurisdiction in the world to reverse a law allowing same-sex marriage.
Netanyahu confidant reportedly to testify against him in corruption case
The news comes days after police announced that there was sufficient evidence to indict the Israeli PM for bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
Lawyer who is oligarch's son-in-law pleads guilty in Russia probe
Alex van der Zwaan was charged Feb. 16 for making false statements about his communications with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.
North Korea backed out of secret meeting with Pence, U.S. says
A meeting between Mike Pence and North Korean delegates during the Olympics allegedly got derailed after North Korea backed out of the meeting hours before it was set to take place.
Russian oligarch bankrolls lawsuit against Olympic doping whistleblower
Mikhail Prokhorov and three Russian biathletes who were banned from competition want to force doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov to testify under oath.
Britain's queen attends London Fashion Week in royal first
Queen Elizabeth II made her first visit to London Fashion Week to present an award design recognizing British excellence.
Measles cases more than triple in Europe
Low vaccination rates drive measles outbreaks
Bermuda lawyer goes to court to challenge gay marriage reversal
Lawyer Mark Pettingill, who won Bermuda's same-sex marriage case in May 2017 only to see it reversed nine months later, is fighting for gay marriage once again.
Second test doesn't help Russian curler suspected of Olympic doping
The case involving Alexander Krushelnitsky has threatened to taint another Olympics with the specter of doping and affect Russia's shot at reinstatement.
A mother prays for her boys as bombs rain on Syrian rebel enclave
Some 190 people have died in the rebel enclave since Sunday night, according to war monitor Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
World's richest can learn from the 'poorest of the poor,' Trump Jr. says
Donald Trump Jr. will have a "conversation and dinner" with buyers of units in Trump-branded developments during his visit to India.
Partygoer accused of stealing thumb from $4.5 million 'cultural treasure'
Chinese authorities want a "severe punishment" to be imposed after a 2,000-year-old terra-cotta warrior's thumb was stolen while displayed in the U.S.
A champion mountain biker faces her toughest challenge: clearing bombs from Laos
Rebecca Rusch is leading mountain bike rides to raise funds to remove unexplored bombs dropped in Laos during the Vietnam War.
Watch out. North Korea keeps getting better at hacking.
The North Koreans have figured out how to bridge the air gap — meaning they can hack into computers that aren't even connected to the internet.