Watch Video Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suffered a major setback this week after two of his top cabinet ministers stepped down simultaneously.
Watch Video It's a mystery that's left researchers baffled for more than a century. THE BIOGRAPHY CHANNEL: "One of the world's most infamous killers ...
Watch Video In April, Secretary of State John Kerry assured lawmakers they'd get a say on any future nuclear deal with Iran.
Watch Video Getting groceries delivered to your home is a wonderful convenience — not so much when they contain venomous Brazilian spiders you definitely didn't order. And that’s exactly what one London family got when upscale supermarket Waitrose delivered a Brazilian wandering spider hidden in a bushel of bananas.
Watch Video After six weeks without any new cases, Nigeria is now free of Ebola, according to the World Health Organization. Here's how it beat the outbreak. The initial response was critical.
Watch Video Dogs are great for running, cuddling and just generally being adorable — but apparently they're not so great at reading the weather. Weatherman Mike Sobel of Global News in Edmonton, Alberta, brought Ripple, a shepherd-mastiff mix, onto the set to help with the weather.
Watch Video As of last Thursday, there were seven northern white rhinos left in the world. Come Friday, there were only six.
Watch Video In a major change in position, Turkey is now allowing Iraq's Kurdish fighters to cross its borders.
Watch Video The U.K. has lost the mother figure for an entire generation as Lynda Bellingham passed away Sunday after a year-plus battle with cancer.
Watch Video The Women's Tennis Association has come down hard on the Russian Tennis Federation official who made derogatory comments about the Williams sisters a few weeks ago. Appearing on a Russian late-night talk show, Russian Tennis Federation President Shamil Tarpischev called the sisters the "Williams brothers" and said the two were frightening to look at.
Watch Video If you’re going to worry about Ebola, worry about this. NBC: "Liberia is in desperate need for body bags. Nearly 80,000 more, in fact, over the next six months." That's how many lives the virus is expected to take in the West African country.
Watch Video With the Swedish navy on the hunt for a suspected Russian submarine, in October... you'd be forgiven for drawing up certain comparisons. And a number of outlets have done exactly that, with the news that the Swedes had detected possible "foreign underwater activity" and have mobilized some 200 personnel to look for the suspected sub.
Watch Video In the wake of the two nurses diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas, and the subsequent fear and fallout, one measure that's been floated consistently is that of a travel ban on the worst-affected West African countries. REP.
Watch Video The Vatican had signaled a historic change could be coming in the way Catholic Church viewed gay people.
Watch Video This year's Beijing Marathon has fallen prey to some particularly bad timing — marathon runners will take the streets Sunday amid some especially thick smog.
Watch Video This week, Ron Klain was named America’s so-called Ebola czar. It’s a title that, for most, probably conjures up images of despots in imperialist Russia. But the term isn’t as foreign as it sounds.
Watch Video Protesters in Hong Kong's so-called "Umbrella Revolution" have retaken a sit-in site that police had cleared less than a day earlier.
Watch Video At a time when most Americans are getting as far from Ebola as possible, President Obama is planning to send thousands of U.S.
Watch Video ISIS militants have gotten their hands on three MiG fighter jets along with training personnel who can teach the militants to fly them, according to reports Friday.
Watch Video In April Islamist militant group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls at gunpoint in the Nigerian town of Chibok.