President-elect Donald Trump's transition team slammed the CIA Friday, following reports the agency has concluded that Russia intervened in the election to help him win.
President Barack Obama has ordered a full review into 2016 election hacking by the Russians, the US Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser said.
Donald Trump said Friday he doesn't care about prosecuting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, after attendees at his rally chanted "lock her up."
Dylann Roof wasted no time confessing to the massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, according to an FBI video shown Friday at his murder trial in Charleston, South Carolina.
Dutch police have arrested a 30-year-old man in Rotterdam on suspicion of planning a terror attack, the Interior Ministry said Friday.
Breakdancing is moving from the streets to the Olympics.
The Senate late Friday cleared a bill to fund the government through the end of April, narrowly averting a shutdown.
Hundreds of men are allegedly missing after crossing from rebel-held eastern Aleppo in Syria to the government-controlled west, the United Nations said Friday, as it voiced fears for the fate of some 100,000 civilians still trapped in the east.
An Alabama death row inmate coughed and heaved for about 13 minutes during his execution by lethal injection on Thursday night, AL.com reported.
South Korea's parliament will vote Friday on whether to impeach the country's embattled leader.
More than 1,000 Russian athletes across 30 sports -- including football -- benefited from state-sponsored doping, according to the latest findings of a report commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
When Iraqi troops launched the offensive to retake Mosul from ISIS in late October, many families in the city were hopeful. After two years living under the militant group's draconian rule, they believed they would be freed in a matter of days.
Victoria's Secret has apologized to a woman who posted a widely viewed video on Facebook saying she was kicked out of an Alabama store because she is black.
Twin bombings killed at least 31 people at a market in Madagali, Nigeria, on Friday in an apparent suicide attack carried out by two females, a military spokesman said.
Johannah Deakin, the mother of One Direction member Louis Tomlinson, has reportedly died.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani has removed himself from consideration for a position in President-elect Donald Trump's administration, Trump announced in a statement Friday.
A second bomb blast Friday in Egypt has killed one civilian motorist and wounded three police officers, state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper reported.
Ghanaian President John Mahama has conceded defeat to Nana Akufo-Addo in the recently concluded elections, a spokesman for the President-elect told CNN on Friday.
There are now 83 potential suspects and 98 teams involved in the inquiry into historic child sexual abuse in English football, the National Police Chiefs' Council revealed.
You can drink in the amber glow of the pyramids, admire the cool, refreshing Iguazu Falls or climb the foamy white tops of the Canadian Rockies.
OK, it's cool to be Mick Jagger. He's the ultimate rock star, still fronting the Rolling Stones when most of his contemporaries are in quiet retirement.
The images you are about to see may shock or confound you.
Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo?
The tail of a 99-million year old dinosaur has been found entombed in amber, an unprecedented discovery that has blown away scientists.
Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik are making sexy music together.
Seiji Gomita doesn't look particularly fierce.
After hundreds of years, experts have solved one of the art world's great mysteries.
Slick, glassy skyscrapers cast their shadows over the streets and spaces of cities all over the world.
Actor, producer, screenwriter and costume designer Xavier Dolan is a man of many talents. But it's his prodigious directing skills that have made him one of the film industry's most exciting ones to watch.
From Pride and Prejudice to Downton Abbey, Britain's aristocrats and their opulent homes have long been fodder for popular fiction.
Some people microchip their pets to ensure they're easily found when lost, but now a city in Japan wants to apply a similar approach to their elderly -- and they're turning to QR code stickers instead of microchips.
Rules don't apply to Russia. But Russia applies rules to other people. That, put crudely, is the Kremlin's outlook on life, writes Edward Lucas.
The United States is bumbling its way toward the bitter end of the death penalty. As the numbers of executions fall every year, the state-ordered deaths that we do commit become that much more unusual, freakish and unfair applications of the law. As states scramble to implement arbitrary new lethal injection protocols, the cruelty of the procedure only worsens. The way Alabama killed the convicted murderer Ronald B. Smith on Thursday is only the latest example.
The South Korean legislature voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye on Friday, a move that has raised fears of instability in East Asia.
Just about all of the tributes to John Glenn have focused on the first act of his long and illustrious career. And it's easy to understand why. That first act is one of the most beautiful of American stories, carrying him from his small town in the middle of Ohio to his ascension to international fame as the first American to orbit the Earth on February 20, 1962.
Around the world, US allies await the Trump administration with bated breath.
Andy Stein shifts on the balls of his feet, leans against a wooden railing, and fidgets.
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
Across the U.S., there is a movement to prioritize human trafficking prevention in our nation's communities. Schools, youth service programs, juvenile corrections services, group homes, and other youth-oriented spaces have begun to recognize their great potential to empower youth to stay safe from exploitation.
It's been ravaged by violence for years, and if Aleppo falls now it could mark a turning point in Syria's civil war.
A US teacher in Illinois is gaining attention for his sketches of Syria's bloody, brutal civil war.