Palestinian teen who slapped soldier to serve 8 months in prison
The teen galvanized a Palestinian population disheartened by years of settlement-building on land envisioned as a future state.
In warning to Iran, admits to 2007 strike on suspected Syrian nuclear reactor
Israel publicly stated it carried out airstrikes on a suspected Syrian nuclear facility in 2007 for the first time, and gave a warning to Iran over its nuclear ambitions.
Peru's president offers resignation ahead of impeachment vote
Peru's president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski offers resignation, citing unjustified attacks by opponents that made it impossible to govern.
'We exist': Public art project gives India's transgender community a voice
The Aravani Art Project, a public art venture started in Bangalore, is employing trans women to paint murals across India.
Most people with back pain get bad treatment
Poor treatment is fueling the opioid epidemic
Abortion rates fall globally
Countries with stricter abortion laws have higher abortion rates
Officer who killed Australian bride-to-be is charged with murder
The Minneapolis police officer who mistakenly killed Justine Damond is now behind bars eight months after her death. The prosecutor blamed "uncooperative" cops for the delay.
White House defends Trump's 'very good' Putin call
Trump, they said, did not focus on allegations that the recent Russian election process was not a fair one because the U.S. should not "get to dictate how other countries operate."
Saudi foreign minister addresses changes in his country
Splits with the Trump administration over moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, wants to broaden the Iran nuke deal and discusses Jared Kushner.
CDC strengthens yellow fever travel warning
Four travelers have died from the virus. Even areas near big cities are affected.
Trump meets with Saudi leader amid fears of a new Middle East arms race
Mohammed bin Salman, who is said to have formed a close bond with Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, visited the White House Tuesday.
Hidden camera exposes Cambridge Analytica tactics
"It doesn't have to be true. It just has to be believed."
Watch this scary-accurate basketball-shooting robot
New 'basketbot' makes free throws with 100 percent accuracy.
U.K. investigating Facebook response to alleged Cambridge Analytica data breach
The UK's data regulator is looking at whether Facebook responded "robustly" to reports that Cambridge Analytica gained access to data on 50 million users.
Last male northern white rhino dies, but there is still hope for species
Sudan' was euthanized but his death won't have an impact on the efforts to save the subspecies as the focus turns to in vitro fertilization techniques.
Emboldened Xi strikes nationalistic tone, vows to protect 'every inch' of China
China's most powerful leader in decades stressed the absolute leadership of the ruling Communist Party in all aspects of Chinese life.
Ex-French president Sarkozy in custody over alleged Gadhafi links: AP source
The former president is being investigated over claims he received millions of euros in financing from late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
Yankees, Red Sox set to make MLB history across the pond
Yankees, Red Sox near agreement to play two-game series in London in 2019.
Facebook faces tough questions after Cambridge Analytica exposé
#WheresZuck and other major questions hit Facebook
American college student dies during rugby trip to Bermuda
Authorities said the body of St, Joseph's University student Mark Dombroski, 19, was found in a moat roughly one mile from the bar where relatives last saw him.
Senators to force vote to redefine U.S. role in Yemen
The measure calls for the immediate withdrawal of the U.S. military from Yemen without congressional approval.
Western leaders quiet as Putin celebrates landslide election victory
With 99.84 percent of the votes counted Monday morning, Putin won with a resounding 76.6 percent — nearly 65 percent ahead of his closest rival.
Pope says men who pay for sex are 'sick,' prostitution is torture
Pope Francis condemned forced prostitution as torture in a speech at the Vatican on Monday, describing men who frequent prostitutes as criminals with a "sick mentality."
Saudi prince returns to D.C. with a warning: We're prepared to build nukes
Mohammed bin Salman returns to Washington this week to kick off his U.S. tour with a series of White House meetings — and a blunt message about his strategy toward his nation's regional rival.
Assad greets Syrian troops on front line in rare public appearance
"We are proud of you," said President Bashar al-Assad, who flashed smiles and stopped for chats with soldiers in eastern Ghouta.