First photos purporting to show demolition of North Korean nuclear site unveiled

(SEOUL) -- Photos released by North Korean state media purporting to show the demolition of North Korea's nuclear test site earlier Thursday.

At Thursday's Pentagon briefing, Lt. Gen. Kenne... Read More

'Billions' in treasure found on 18th century shipwreck to be displayed in Colombia

(CARTAGENA, Colombia) -- Billions of dollars worth of treasure and spoils from an 18th century shipwreck, found by a robotic submarine, will be put on display in Colombia.

The wreck of the Spanish ship called San Jose was found in 2015 off... Read More

North Korea claims to have dismantled nuclear test site, reports say

(PYONGYANG, North Korea) -- North Korea has carried out the demolition of its nuclear test site in front of foreign journalists, according to Sky News and other news outlets.

The demolition on Thursday took place deep in the mountains in t... Read More

Train derailment kills two, injures twenty in northern Italy

(TURIN, Italy) -- At least two people were killed and 20 injured on Wednesday night after a passenger train derailed in northern Italy.

The crash happened around 11:30 p.m. local time after the train hit a cargo truck near Turin, according... Read More

North Korea calls Pence 'stupid,' threatens 'nuclear showdown' amid summit jitters

(PYONGYANG, North Korea) -- North Korea slammed Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday, calling comments he made earlier this week "stupid" and saying it's prepared for a "nuclear showdown" if ongoing talks with the U.S. fail.

Choe Son Hui,... Read More

Crash survivors returning to US after jet skids off runway in Honduras

(HOUSTON) -- The Americans who just survived a plane crash in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa headed home on Wednesday.

Video captured by ABC Houston station KTRK-TV showed the three survivors greeting friends and family at Bush Interc... Read More

Online ads still plaguing Irish abortion referendum despite Facebook and Google ban

(DUBLIN) -- Ads trying to influence the abortion referendum in Ireland are still appearing online despite a ban from Facebook, Google, and Twitter, according to an organization tracking the issue.

The Transparent Referendum Initiative (TRI... Read More

US employee in China suffers brain injury after reporting strange sounds, pressure

(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. government employee in southern China suffered a brain injury after reporting strange "sensations of sound and pressure,” - a strikingly similar account to what American personnel experienced in recent years in Cuba, Stat... Read More

China disinvited from US military exercise

(WASHINGTON) -- In another sign of the heightened tensions over China's militarization of islands in the South China Sea, the United States has disinvited China from participating in an upcoming large-scale international naval exercise to be held off... Read More

Ahead of driving ban lift, Saudi women's rights activists arrested

(LONDON) -- As Saudi women are preparing to finally take the wheel in a month, as many as 10 women’s rights activists who campaigned for years for women’s right to drive, were arrested, leaving many inside and outside the country shocked ... Read More

Three Ebola patients escape quarantine in large Congolese city amid growing outbreak

(NEW YORK) -- Three Ebola patients escaped from quarantine in a port city of nearly 1.2 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo this week, amid the country's growing outbreak, health officials said.

Two of the patients have sinc... Read More