French Paparazzi Raise Obama-Beyonce Affair Rumors; Say they See Similar Signs to Hollande’s Recent...

Ring the alarm! A French paparazzo is spreading the rumor that Barack Obama is having an affair with — wait for it — Beyoncé....

President Obama and French President Hollande Publish Joint Op-Ed Touting Renewed Partnership

The full text of an op-ed by President Obama and President Hollande of France is printed below. The piece was published today in the...

Iraqi Terror Leader Training Recruits to Make Car Bombs Accidentally Sets One Off Killing...

An instructor teaching his militant recruits how to make car bombs accidentally set off explosives in his demonstration Monday, killing 21 of them in...

Kenneth Bae’s Family Reacts to N. Korea’s Cancelling of a Visit by U.S. Envoy

The family of a Washington state man imprisoned in North Korea for more than a year expressed alarm and sadness Monday after an invitation...

The Enthusiasm Problem in Sochi: The Competitions are Great, but Hardly Anyone is Filling...

It's an issue that comes up in the early days of almost every Olympics: What to do about those empty seats and lack of...

Two People Killed as Gunman Opens Fire at Russian Orthodox Church; Suspect in Custody

A gunman opened fire on worshipers at a Russian Orthodox cathedral on Sakhalin Island off Russia’s Pacific coast, killing a nun and a parishioner...

UN says Iran has Agreed to Begin Addressing Concerns Regarding Work on a Nuclear...

The U.N. nuclear agency said on Sunday that Iran had agreed to start addressing suspicions that it may have worked on designing an atomic...

Indonesia’s First Female Governor is Arrested and Jailed on Charges of Bribery and Extortion

Indonesia's first female governor, smiling broadly, looks down from billboards that line the pot-holed roads of Banten, the country's fifth-most populous province that she...

Over 600 People Flee Besieged Syrian City of Homs; Aid Delivered by UN is...

Six hundred people left the besieged ruins of rebel-held central Homs on Sunday, escaping more than a year of hunger and deprivation caused by...

Danish Zoo Kills Giraffe Due to ‘Surplus Problems’; Performs Autopsy as Small Children Watch

Defiant officials at a Danish zoo defended the slaughter of a young giraffe that was hacked apart in front of small children and fed...

Ceasefire in Syrian City Breaks Down as UN Aid Convoy is Attacked

Two trucks carrying food and medical supplies into rebel-held neighbourhoods in the central Syrian city of Homs turned back under heavy fire on Saturday,...

Israeli Defense Forces See Significant Rise in Christian Arab Recruits

The past six months have seen a significant rise in the number of Arab Christians joining the Israel Defense Forces, although their number is...

Four Severed Heads Dumped in Front of Church in Mexico

Just steps from the front door of a church, on plastic bags spread over paving stones, the decapitated heads of four people were discovered...

Japan Faces Challenges in Attempt to Restart Nuclear Industry

Hundreds of technicians and engineers are camped out in Tokyo hotels trying to revive Japan's nuclear industry, shut down in the wake of the...

Five Dead, Over 600 Injured as Heaviest Snow in 20 Years Hits Japan

The heaviest snow in two decades has struck Tokyo and other areas across Japan, leaving five dead and over 600 others injured. More than 740...

2 Killed, 8 Injured After Falling Boulder Hits Train in French Alps

Two women have been killed after a massive falling boulder hit a passing train in the French Alps, leaving one of its carriages dangling...

Imprisoned Christian Kenneth Bae has Been Moved from Hospital to Labor Camp in North...

Kenneth Bae, a Korean American tour guide and evangelist imprisoned in North Korea for more than a year, has been transferred from a hospital...

Japan says Peace Treaty Talks With Russia are Progressing Well

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says negotiations with Russia are accelerating toward a long-awaited peace treaty over four islands that both have claimed since...

UN says Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan are Back at Record Levels

A new United Nations report says the number of civilians dying in fighting in Afghanistan continues to rise. 2013 civilian deaths matched the record highs...

Iran’s Supreme Leader says Sanctions Relief from World Powers May Not Solve Country’s Economic...

Iran's Supreme Leader urged officials Saturday not to pin hopes for economic recovery on the sanctions relief from a landmark deal reached with world...