Two gay men say both their twin sons are American citizens, but the U.S. government says the status belongs to only one. Now they're suing for recognition of both boys
A court in Vietnam has started the trial of a former executive accused of embezzling from the state oil giant and who Germany says was kidnapped from there by Vietnamese agents last year
There is now enough evidence to charge a German nurse with 97 murders, potentially making him one of the country's deadliest serial killers. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Lava fountaining regularly from the Philippines' most active volcano has flowed nearly 2 miles from the crater in a dazzling but increasingly dangerous eruption
The 12 A-10s were originally headed for an airbase in Turkey to fight ISIS, but with the air war largely over in Iraq and Syria, military brass decided the jets and more drones were needed at Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan to ramp up the fight against the Taliban.
Ever been woken up by a rooster crowing in the morning and wonder why the roosters themselves don’t go deaf from their own crow? Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
Anti-Pyongyang activists have ripped photos of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the latest of protests against South Korea's outreach to North Korea over next month's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
Turkey would like to see the U.S. "stop supporting a group that has been targeting Turkey for 30 years," says Turkish Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin.
New Yorkers called a flag on the play after the Empire State Building was lit up in the colors of the Patriots and the Eagles. Buzz60's Josh King (@abridgetoland) has more.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis gets an up-close look at Indonesian commandos - including soldiers walking on fire and breaking bricks with their heads
Myanmar says it's ready to begin repatriating Rohingya, Bangladesh says it might take time, but the Rohingya themselves? They are skeptical, if not terrified, of returning to burned-out homes to live in fear
Twelve people, including eight soldiers, skiing on the slopes of a volcano in central Japan were injured Tuesday by flying rocks during a sudden eruption, officials said. One soldier later died
Mount Mayon shoots massive plumes of ash, lava into the sky forcing thousands of villagers to evacuate; officials set the danger zone at a 5-mile radius from the crater.