At Least 20 Children Killed in Mexico City School Collapse
Parts of the school were reduced to rubble by the 7.1-magnitude quake. Mexico's president said dozens of children and adults were missing.
Evacuate or Die, Puerto Rico Is Warned Ahead of Maria
Hurricane Maria neared eastern Puerto Rico early Wednesday as the most powerful storm to threaten the region in almost 90 years.
More Than 200 Dead After Quake Topples Buildings in Mexico
A powerful earthquake rocked Mexico on Tuesday, less than two weeks after another deadly quake hit the country.
Trump Threatens to 'Totally Destroy' North Korea
Trump tells United Nations General Assembly that North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un "is on a suicide mission" and stressed the world is in a time of peril.
Russia Unveils Monument to Designer of World's Most Lethal Weapon
Moscow on Tuesday unveiled a statue of Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47 assault rifle that became by some estimates the most lethal weapon ever made and the best known Russian brand abroad.
Cuba Embassy 'Attacks' Baffle U.S., Frustrate Victim
At least 21 Americans tied to the U.S. embassy in Cuba have suffered health effects from the mysterious sonic incidents.
Dread and Disbelief Dominate on Islands in Maria's Path
Caribbean residents feared a new round of destruction from Category 5 Hurricane Maria as it barreled towards the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Tuesday.
Senate Cancels Meeting With Trump Lawyer Cohen
The Senate Intelligence Committee canceled an interview with Trump lawyer Michael Cohen because they believe he violated an agreement not to talk to the media.
Maduro Calls Trump 'Hitler' After U.S. President Slams Venezuela at UN
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hit back at Trump's remarks by calling the U.S. president "the new Hitler" of international politics.
Britain Arrests Third Man in Subway Attack
Three young men are now in custody on suspicion for roles in Friday's explosion in the London subway, a terror attack that injured dozens of commuters.
Iran Warns U.S. of 'High Cost' of Dropping Nuclear Deal
Rouhani said Tuesday that America's credibility will suffer if President Donald Trump withdraws from a multilateral nuclear agreement.
Irma's Gone, but Hurricane Jose Still Churning in Atlantic
Jose, a Category 1 storm, is now the 'longest-lived hurricane of the season,' meteorologists say.
Category 5 Maria Batters Islands With 'Storm of Their Lifetimes'
"We will need help, my friend, we will need help of all kinds," the prime minister of Dominica wrote after the storm passed.
This Discovery Could Change the History of the World's Most Popular Beer
A new discovery raises questions about whether South America is the origin of the unusual yeast that provides lager's crisp and refreshing flavor.
Trump to Target 'Menace' North Korea in First U.N. Speech
Here's what President Trump is expected to present at his first speech to the UN General Assembly Tuesday.
U.S. Has Discussed Putting Nuclear Weapons in South Korea
Secretary of Defense James Mattis and his South Korean counterpart have "discussed the option" of putting nuclear weapons in the country to deter North Korea.
Tillerson's State Department Is Adrift, Diplomats Say
As President Trump faces world leaders at the U.N. this week, U.S. officials are working behind the scenes to allay fears about how foreign policy is made.
Puerto Rico Stares Down What May Be Its Worst Hurricane Since 1928
Hurricane Maria was strengthening fast into a monster storm Monday as it barreled toward Puerto Rico and other Irma-battered Caribbean islands.
Trump Team Greenlights Increased CIA Drone Strikes
The White House is weighing changes to Obama-era policies that would mean more CIA drone strikes, and could mean more civilian casualties.
Trump's Childhood Home Becomes Crash Pad for Refugees
President Donald Trump's childhood home in the famed borough of Queens, New York had some new occupants over the weekend — refugees.
Trump Talks Parisian Parade Pomp, Offers Support for U.N. Reform
President Trump admired Parisian parade pomp and offered hope for the future of the U.N, a group he once derided as inefficient.
Kim Jong Un's Missiles May Be Final Nail for Japan's Pacifism
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's public approval ratings have recently surged — along with his prospects for revising the country's pacifist constitution.
Serbia's First Openly Gay Prime Minister Attends Pride March
Serbia's first-ever openly gay prime minister joined gay activists Sunday at a pride march held amid tight security in the conservative Balkan country.
Cuba Mystery: What Theories U.S. Investigators Are Pursuing
WASHINGTON— There must be an answer. Whatever is harming U.S. diplomats in Havana, it has eluded the doctors, scientists and intelligence analysts scouring for answers.
U.S. Bombers Join Flurry of Drills Following Kim's Latest Missile Test
Pyongyang has launched dozens of missiles as it accelerates a weapons program designed to provide the ability to target the U.S. with a nuclear-tipped missile.