The spacecraft, launched in 2004 to analyze Mercury’s surface is expected to crash on the planet April 30.
U.S. military trainers are back in Iraq and they say this time, the results will be different.
President Obama meets with Castro and announced he will remove Cuba from the list of countries that sponsor terrorism.
Egyptians celebrate an ancient holiday that brings everyone together regardless of religion.
In a move that could allow the opening of a U.S. embassy in Havana, the U.S. has removed Cuba from a list of nations that sponsor terrorism.
The next International Space Station grocery run will carry caffeine to a whole new level.
Mourners gather in the Kenyan village of Wunyani, not for the death of an elder, but for 21-year old Bryson Mwakulegwa.
The Greek Orthodox patriarch in the holy land led Easter service at the church of the holy sepulcher.
Thousands of people marched Saturday to protest a new law that they say endangers civil liberties…But none of them were actually there.
The leaders of the United States and Cuba held their first formal meeting in more than half a century on Saturday.
Eight people were killed and five others injured on Friday when a nine-seat jeep carrying 13 people fell into a gorge in northern India.
Syrian television broadcast pictures of the aftermath of an ISIS mortar attack in the Syrian city of Aleppo this Morning.
The debate of whether or not to legalize marijuana in the U.S. is not just a national one.
Frantic efforts are underway to rescue nearly 150 dolphins beached on the Japanese shore.
The debate of whether or not to legalize marijuana in the U.S. is not just a national one, Latin American leaders are weighing in on it too.
22-year-old Spc. John M. Dawson of Whitinsville, died Wednesday in Jalalabad.
All eyes are on panama, where President Obama and Cuban president Raul Castro are both attending the summit of the Americas this weekend.
Some children in Kenya are receiving what is described as a “western education,” in hopes of a brighter future.
Three American soldiers are receiving medical treatment after an allied soldier shot them, before he in turn was shot dead by U.S. troops.
Japan Airlines jet narrowly avoids collision with maintenance vehicle at Tokushima Awadori airport.