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Some Russian trucks in a massive aid convoy have begun to clear customs at a rebel-held border crossing in eastern Ukraine, authorities said Thursday
The leaflets called ISIS an "ignorant atheist expansion," and told citizens "it is time that we all stand together on the land of our sacred city."
The Strike is likely to be a major blow to the organization's morale and a significant achievement for Israel's intelligence agency.
It's the largest settlement of its kind to come out of the financial meltdown that led to the Great Recession.
Only six people were arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, overnight as fewer "agitators and criminals" attended protests, police said.
The U.S. tried to rescue James Foley and other hostages held in Syria by Islamist militants, but the mission failed because the hostages weren't there, officials said.
Dr. Kent Brantly was working with Christian aid organization Samaritan’s Purse in West Africa when he fell ill with Ebola.
Foley, a 40-year-old American journalist held in Syria since 2012, was beheaded by militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS.
From the failed rescue of journalist James Foley to the release of the Ebola-afflicted U.S. doctor from the hospital, see the stories we’re following.
Rapper Nelly spoke to Attorney General Eric Holder Wednesday, telling him that changes must be made to rebuild community trust in Ferguson, Missouri.
Investigators said they have mapped two-thirds of an area the size of West Virginia where they think the Boeing 777's wreckage might be.
The Ferguson Police Department was hit with two federal lawsuits over the alleged wrongful death of a man that had been "tasered," NBC News confirmed.
Although he was killed by ISIS, Jim's quest to chronicle modern war lives on through his journalism. Here's a sampling of his work for GlobalPost.
Dimitri Bontinck says only two percent of those who left home to fight in Syrian can be persuaded to return to their home countries.
An overnight Israeli airstrike demolished a four-story building in southern Gaza, killing at least six people, Palestinian police say.
A growing numbers of sheriffs are saying they won't heed U.S. restrictions on guns, saying they violate constitutional guarantees.