B-2 Bombers Strike ISIS Camps in Libya

(WASHINGTON) — U.S. officials confirm that two U.S. Air Force stealth B-2 bombers struck multiple ISIS camps in Libya 28 miles south of the city of Sirte Wednesday night. One official called the... Read More

Deaths Mounting After 'Accidental Bombing' of Nigerian Refugee Camp

(NEW YORK) --  The death toll continues to rise from Tuesday's airstrike on a refugee camp in northeast Nigeria, which the country has called a "regrettable operational mistake."

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement s... Read More

NASA Data Shows 2016 Was Warmest Year on Record Globally

(NEW YORK) -- Temperatures on Earth were the warmest in 2016 since modern record-keeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, boosting the argument shared by many climate sc... Read More

Earthquake Reported in Italy, Tremors Felt in Rome

(ROME) -- A 5.3-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy on Wednesday morning, a representative from the Civil Protection Department confirmed on Italy's RAI TV.

According to the country's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology,... Read More

Obama Leaves Mixed Legacy in Middle East Eight Years After Cairo Speech Gave Region Hope

(CAIRO, Egypt) — Mohsen Kamal still remembers how hopeful he was hearing President Barack Obama’s address to the Muslim world eight years ago. But as Obama leaves office, some of those who heard those words said his legacy in the Middle E... Read More

White House Press Secretary Suggests Putin Taking Cues From Trump Team

(WASHINGTON) -- White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest suggested that Vladimir Putin, who said the Obama Administration is seeking to "delegitimize" the president-elect, may be taking its cues from the Trump team.

Putin suggested the out... Read More

Dozens Dead After Nigerian Air Force Bombs Refugee Camp, Aid Group Says

(RANN, Nigeria) -- At least 52 people were killed and about 120 injured after the Nigerian Air Force bombed a camp for displaced people in Rann, Nigeria, according to a humanitarian aid group.

In a statement, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhar... Read More

MH370 and Five Other Unsolved Aviation Mysteries

(NEW YORK) -- After nearly three years and $160 million dedicated to scouring the bottom of the Indian Ocean, authorities suspended the search Tuesday for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

The Boeing 777, with 239 people on board, disappeared ... Read More

Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Suspended

(KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia) — Officials have called off the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 after an intensive $160-million effort that lasted nearly three years and scoured some 120,000 square miles of ocean.

It has b... Read More

Suspect in New Year's Eve Attack on Istanbul Nightclub Confessed, Governor Says

(ISTANBUL) — The suspect in the New Year's Eve attack on an Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people confessed after being captured by police on Monday, the governor of Istanbul said at a press conference on Tuesday.

The suspect, an ... Read More

American Among Five Dead in Mexico Nightclub Shooting

(PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico) — Five people were killed, including an American, when a gunman opened fire at a Mexican club during a music festival, authorities said.

At least a dozen more were injured, including at least four Americans... Read More