A civilian police staff member was shot dead by a gunman outside a police headquarters near Sydney, Australia, as he was leaving work Friday, police said.
A bitter clash is erupting between Donald Trump and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, as the fiery Republican presidential candidate and the prominent business group trade allegations of lying and broken promises over an upcoming presidential forum.
Eleven people were killed when a U.S. C-130 plane crashed in Afghanistan early Friday morning, a U.S. defense official said.
Mark Zuckerberg revealed plans for a Facebook feature widely reported to be a "Dislike" button. Some worry teens could use it to bully others.
Will this movie make you physically sick? CNN's Jeanne Moos wonders whether "The Walk" will make you woozy.
Indonesian officials have begun evacuating infants and their mothers from Riau province in Indonesia as levels of air pollution from peat and forest fires on Sumatra remain hazardous across the region.
Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation and its biggest economy, celebrates Thursday 55 years of independence from British colonial rule.
Things in Syria just got a little bit more complicated. Russia's intervention marks a new chapter in the war -- here's what you need to know.
In the group's biggest victory in 15 years, the Taliban this week seized parts of Kunduz, Afghanistan's fifth largest city and a major strategic hub between Kabul and Tajikistan.