Two dead, including shooter, after 15 people shot in downtown Toronto
The shooter was pronounced dead at the scene. One of 14 victims was killed, and a young girl was among the injured, police said.
Sedated babies, code words: Inside Europe's people-smuggling networks
NBC News met Zubair Nazeri in Serbia and tracked him for a year as he repeatedly tried to reach the West.
Tea, cookies and perhaps peace: Taliban claims secret talks with U.S.
One negotiator said Taliban delegations had been joined by "never more than five" Americans in hotel suites where "tea and cookies" were served.
Trump threatens Iran with consequences 'few throughout history have ever suffered'
"America should know that peace with Iran is the mother of all peace, and war with Iran is the mother of all wars," Rouhani said.
Israel evacuates stranded Syrian volunteers in 'international effort'
The Israeli military said it acted on a government directive to evacuate the civilians at the request of the United States and “additional” European countries.
Nicaraguan protester recounts gruesome torture
“They hit me with the gun and they said, 'No we're not going to kill you yet,'” Marco Novoa recalled.
Blast hits Kabul airport on return of exiled Afghan vice president
Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum left the country last year amid allegations of sexual abuse and torture
Education program for inmates in South Africa honors Mandela's legacy
South Africa’s new Prison to College Pipeline program seeks to address recidivism by providing prisoners with access to public university-level education.
Intel Director Coats says response on Putin visit no sign of disrespect to Trump
"My admittedly awkward response was in no way meant to be disrespectful or criticize the actions of the President," Coats said.
China is waging a 'cold war' against the U.S., says CIA Asia expert
Beijing does not want to go to war with the U.S. but is attempting to undermine Washington’s global position, said Michael Collins, a CIA expert on Asia.
North Korea's ex-poet laureate has a human rights message for Trump
"The whole population is not just under a physical form of dictatorship, it's also an emotional or a psychological form of dictatorship."
White House rejects Putin's idea for Ukraine referendum
National Security Council spokesman Garrett Marquis said Friday to organize a "so-called referendum" would have "no legitimacy."
At this rate, Earth's resources won't last, ecological group warns
“There are consequences of busting the ecological budget of our one and only planet," the CEO of the Global Footprint Network network said.
Israel strikes Gaza after its soldiers come under fire
As fears rose of a wider conflict in the region, the UN pleaded with all sides to "step back from the brink" of war.
Officials: Iran has laid groundwork for extensive cyberattacks on U.S.
Iran has positioned cyber weapons to hit private firms and infrastructure, but there is no suggestion an attack is imminent, say U.S. officials.
U.S. citizen, arrested during protest, is deported from Vietnam
A court official said Will Nguyen, who is of Vietnamese descent, was given a lenient sentence because he admitted to the violation and showed remorse.
Israel 'nation-state' law sparks criticism around the world
The American Jewish Committee, a prominent mainstream Jewish advocacy group, said it was "deeply disappointed" by the law.
It's the E.U. vs. the U.S., and Google is in the middle
President Donald Trump and the European Union, who don’t agree on much, have a new dispute: how to handle the enormous power of modern tech companies.
Trump's auto tariffs will cost consumers $83 billion, insiders tell Commerce in hearing
"Our economic future is tied to being able to make goods and services in the United States and provide them to people abroad.”
Talks underway for Putin visit to Washington, White House says
The announcement comes days after President Donald Trump's widely criticized comments following his summit with the Russian leader in Helsinki.
Facing deadline, government has reunified only 364 migrant children
Of 1,607 parents eligible to be reunited with their children, 719 have final orders of deportation, the government says, meaning they could be removed from the country as soon as they are reunited.
White House now says Trump disagrees with Russian request to question U.S. diplomat
The apparent reversal came as lawmakers weighed a nonbinding resolution slamming the idea
Top U.S. intel official Coats wishes Trump hadn't met alone with Putin
DNI Dan Coats told Andrea Mitchell that he also doesn't know what Trump and Putin said to each other in Helsinki.
Terminally ill American robbed in Italy, pens 'open letter' forgiving thief
"The memory of this trip was initially ruined but after writing this letter the memory has now gone from anger and frustration to joy," Veley said.
Sunken Russian warship may carry $130B worth of gold
The Shinil Group says it hopes to hoist the ship from its depth of more than 0.25 miles within months — but not everyone's convinced there's a treasure.