Facebook has a controversial plan to bring free internet to the US, Hurricane Matthew batters Florida, and more.
At least one Trump ally says he is a tax "genius," Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint at her hotel in Paris, Colombian voters reject the FARC peace deal, and more.
Experts say a white minister born outside Canada likely wouldn't be facing the same scrutiny.
We often hear about "Jihadists flooding the west with heroin," or "ISIS making billions through drug trafficking"—but we rarely see much actual evidence.
Mohammad Rahami reportedly told New Jersey police he was concerned about his son after a violent domestic dispute in 2014, before later recanting.
This year, the bell also rang for the children of refugees living at the occupied City Plaza hotel in Athens.
Obama cancels meeting with Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte after Duterte called him a "son of a bitch," Clinton turns down Mexico trip invite, Freddie Mercury gets his own comet, and more.
Trump calls Clinton a "bigot" during a rally with Brexit leader Nigel Farage, an attack on American University in Afghanistan kills 12, Prince's home will be opened to the public, and more.
Mike Pence defends Trump over Khan family comments, Tokyo elects its first female governor, Jon Stewart to return with an animated series, and more.
Hillary Clinton warns the Nation of the dangers of Trump in her DNC speech, two cops were shot in San Diego, the FBI investigates another Democrat group hack, and more.
A specialty visa program that helps Afghan translators who worked with the US military might not get renewed, leaving thousands without their promised reward.
A group of female soldiers in Pakistan known as the "Elite Force" are fighting the terror group.
Growing up, I felt I had two distinct incompatible identities. But I found refuge in the music of weirdos like PJ Harvey.
This morning, Trump says he'd consider racial profiling, the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to gun control laws in two states, Star Trek actors mourn Anton Yelchin, and more.
This morning, Obama approves airstrikes in Afghanistan, thousands are expected to line the streets of Louisville today to mourn Muhammad Ali, Google's co-founder is funding flying car startups, and more.
We caught up with the Afghan American artist to discuss how he's used humor and sarcasm to address sensitive issues about war and conflict in his work.
This morning, the estranged wife of the UCLA gunman has been found dead after police discovered a "kill list," Muhammad Ali has been hospitalized, floods in Paris have shut down the Louvre, and more.
The war photographer's new photo book, Hello Camel, exposes the surreal and darkly comic side of today's conflicts.
This morning, police and protestors clash at a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico, the Afghan Taliban appoint a new leader, Bill Cosby's case will go to trial, and more.
In 2005, cabaret performer Iestyn Edwards auditioned for what he thought would be a good gig singing for officers in London. Instead, he ended up taking his drag ballerina act to Camp Bastion.
Asylum seekers who make it out of Afghanistan as children are protected by law, but things change once you turn 18.
Many believe the law is a strategy to coerce migrants into joining Iran's fighting forces in the Syrian conflict.
We traveled along the heroin trafficking route from Afghanistan into Iran, Turkey, and Eastern Europe, meeting growers, addicts, and experts along the way.