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Israeli officials knew their targeted strike on an Islamic Jihad commander would likely draw a response, but insist "there was no other choice"
The shy and solitary animals boast two tiny fangs and usually weigh less than 10 pounds
The U.S. may be drawing down to about 700 troops inside Syria. But it's keeping a big profile. Charlie D'Agata explains.
In newly-released testimony, a Pentagon official said national security leaders felt military aid to Ukraine should not be stopped by the White House. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
The power is not to match ISIS, but the Syrian regime, Russians and militias backed by Turkey
Dara Khosrowshahi's speedy mea culpa was not warmly received on social media, where #BoycottUber is trending
The solar system's smallest, innermost planet resembled a tiny black dot Monday as it passes directly between Earth and the sun
13-year-old Devin Langford described the terrifying moments gunmen attacked the car his mother was driving
The planet's biggest shopping day of the year has Alibaba -- China's version of Amazon -- reporting $36 billion in sales
According to the Navy, the USS Grayback was one of the most successful submarines in the war, sinking a total of 14 ships
A U.S. Navy submarine missing for 75 years has been found off Okinawa, Japan. The USS Grayback sailed out of Pearl Harbor on Jan. 28, 1944 for its 10th combat patrol. Two months later, it was listed as missing and presumed lost.
A judge on the Caribbean island of Anguilla will decide Monday if a Connecticut man will go on trial for allegedly killing a hotel worker. Scott Hapgood was vacationing with his family in April when he says Kenny Mitchel tried to rob him. Mitchel ...
Warning: This video is graphic. In Hong Kong, an anti-government protester was shot at point blank range while another man was set on fire. Both incidents were caught on tape. It’s the worst weekday violence in over five months of demonstrations. ...
Alexander Vindman, who told Congress he didn't think it was proper for Trump to ask Ukrainian's president to investigate the Bidens, is scheduled to remain at NSC until July 2020
The protester falls to the ground after apparently being shot at point-blank range
It's the planet's biggest shopping event of the year, and more U.S.-based retailers are getting in on the action
A somber caravan of Mormons fled their homes in a rural part of Mexico following the brutal massacre last week of nine family members. Some are staying behind looking for justice. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The next phase of the impeachment inquiry begins this week. Starting Wednesday, House Democrats will take their case against President Trump to the American public in open-televised hearings. Weijia Jiang reports.
About 100 members of an offshoot Mormon community left for the U.S. following the final funeral for the victims
President Trump address impeachment hearings Saturday, suggesting his release on the White House summary of another call to Ukraine's president Tuesday. The public hearings kick off Wednesday — and the Democrats are leading with the man they belie...
President Evo Morales stepped down not long after a report cited a "heap of observed irregularities" in the October election results
Thousands have already been evacuated as officials warned there could be "catastrophic" conditions Tuesday in Sydney, the country's largest city, and Hunter
"There is no place for genocide, for ethnic cleansing, for war crimes in the 21st century," O'Brien said on "Face the Nation"
On November 10, 1871 the Scottish explorer Dr. David Livingstone, who'd disappeared in Africa while searching for the source of the Nile, was found by Henry Stanley, a reporter for the New York Herald. Jane Pauley reports.
On November 10, 1871 the Scottish explorer who'd disappeared in Africa while searching for the source of the Nile was found by a reporter for the New York Herald