At least six dead after Colombia tourist boat capsizes

(MEDELLIN, Colombia) -- At least six people died when a boat carrying more than 150 passengers capsized while on a sightseeing tour on a reservoir in northwestern Colombia.

Colombian presid... Read More

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emmanuel Macron shoot video selfie about climate change

(PARIS) -- When Barack Obama was president, his tight relationship with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was dubbed a political "bromance."

Now, there appears to be a new budding bromance between recently elected French President Emm... Read More

American tourist robbed, shot in Turks and Caicos is medically evacuated to US

(FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) -- An Alabama man was robbed at gunpoint and shot early Friday while vacationing with his family in Turks and Caicos, police said.

The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force responded to the shooting in the Gra... Read More

Tour of the 'hidden' 5th floor of North Korea's Yanggakdo Hotel

(Pyongyang, North Korea) -- For nearly a decade, Young Pioneer Tours offered travelers from the United States and other countries the chance to see another side of North Korea. Videos on the Young Pioneer’s YouTube channel feature activities ra... Read More

Over 800 north London public housing apartments being evacuated over fire safety concerns

(LONDON) -- More than 800 public housing apartments in London are set to be evacuated over fire concerns in the wake of the deadly Grenfell Towers blaze that killed at least 79 people.

The tower blocks, located in the Camden area of north ... Read More

After Otto Warmbier’s death, what are Trump’s options for responding to North Korea?

(WASHINGTON) -- As his body is laid to rest in his Ohio hometown, the shock of Otto Warmbier’s death is now giving way to anger -- and the Trump administration is actively weighing how to respond.

“It's a total disgrace what ha... Read More

Dennis Rodman: 'People don't see ... the good side' of North Korea

(NEW YORK) -- Former professional basketball player Dennis Rodman spoke out in an exclusive interview with ABC News about his recent trip to North Korea, suggesting that he is partly responsible for the reclusive nation's release of American college ... Read More

London high-rise fire caused by refrigerator, police say

(LONDON) -- A massive fire at a residential high-rise building in London last week that killed dozens was caused by a faulty refrigerator, police said Friday.

Detective superintendent Fiona McCormack of London's Metropolitan Police Service... Read More

Mosul's historic Great Mosque of al-Nuri and leaning minaret destroyed

(MOSUL, Iraq) -- The Great Mosque of al-Nuri and its iconic leaning minaret, which has towered over Iraq's second-largest city for over eight centuries, was destroyed by ISIS militants late Wednesday, according to Iraqi officials.

It was t... Read More

Policeman rescues toddler from oncoming cars in China

(BEIJING) -- A toddler running in the middle of a road was swept up by a nearby traffic cop today in southwest China.

As seen in surveillance video footage, a toddler jumps off a motorcycle and runs into the busy intersection.

A... Read More

North Korea conducts another missile test

(NEW YORK) -- North Korea has held yet another missile test on Wednesday, a U.S. official says.

According to the official, North Korea conducted a static rocket engine test at its Sohae launch facility. It marked the first such test since ... Read More