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"Mr. Speaker, We are being slaughtered, we are being exterminated," cried out Vian Dakhil in a devastating appeal to the Iraqi parliament that deserves the attention of the entire world.
David Sutherland, a former brigade commander in Iraq, says the U.S. spent $25 billion to train Iraq's forces. It's time to take off the training wheels, let them defend their country and turn our attention to our veterans.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports from an unfinished church where hundreds of refugees are hiding from ISIS.
With the announcement that Richard III's long-lost remains -- curved spine and all -- are to be buried at Leicester Cathedral on March 26, 2015, the UK city is set for another spike in tourist numbers driven by the dead monarch.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Thursday that he's authorized "targeted airstrikes" in Iraq to protect American personnel and help Iraqi forces.
The group has seized land in Iraq and Syria and declared an Islamic caliphate, celebrating its own shocking slaughter along the way.
Staff Sgt. Larhonda Hankins returns home from Afghanistan and surprises her mom at a local restaurant. WPEC reports.
President Barack Obama was about to address the nation on Iraq Thursday night when the briefing was a delayed because of a security breach on the North Lawn of the White House.
Larry King doesn't mind marijuana but doesn't like the smoke, so Conan suggests they share a delicious edible instead.
Rick McLean disappeared nearly a decade ago after allegedly admitting to abusing a girl at his California church.
CNN affiliate Seven News reports on the team effort to free a man in Perth who neglected to "mind the gap."
Iraq's largest Christian town has been overrun by the same militant Islamists who have gained a foothold in parts of eastern Syria and western and northern Iraq.
A family says a Florida church canceled their son's funeral service because the church found out he was gay.
An etiquette expert weighs in on a Facebook post from an alleged bride-to-be listing why some people would not be invited.