North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has dismissed top officials in the wake of a recent standoff with South Korea.
A magician in London used his magic skills, a glass of alphabet soup, and a string to propose to his girlfriend.
A family from Ireland traveled all the way to Boston in hopes of getting their son the lifesaving treatment he needs.
The incident, at a Taipei arts center, was captured on closed-circuit television footage from inside the gallery.
Two thousand years of history turned into rubble and dust. ISIS has released images showing its destruction of an ancient temple.
China may have made changes Tuesday to help improve global markets, but there’s still uncertainty in the world’s second largest economy.
Tuesday’s opening of the New York Stock Exchange couldn’t have been more different than Mondays, with stocks gaining after the opening bell.
The thwarted attack on a train bound for Paris is an example of how groups like ISIS encourage lone-wolves to strike soft targets.
Concerns about the Chinese economy led to a more than 1,000 point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average Monday morning.
22News spoke with Congressman Jim McGovern about future opportunities that could come from the relationship between U.S. and Cuba.
Typhoon Goni slammed the southern Japanese islands of Okinawa Monday.
Stock markets continued major tumbles Monday, deepening concerns over China’s economic health and the strength of the world market.
U.S. Airman Spencer Stone, National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, Anthony Sadler, and Chris Norman received the Legion of Honor.
Marathon negotiations by senior officials from the Koreas stretched into a third day on Monday as the rivals tried to pull back from the bri…
Activists said the militants used explosives to blow up the Baalshamin Temple on its grounds, the blast so powerful it also damaged some of …
The first high-level talks in nearly a year between South Korea and North Korea were adjourned.
Three endangered Mexican bobcat kittens made their public debut at a Mexico City zoo Friday.
A suicide car bomber attacked a NATO convoy in a crowded neighborhood in Kabul Saturday, killing at least 12 people
South Korea and North Korea are holding high-level talks to defuse mounting tensions that have pushed the rivals to the brink of war.
The lawsuit argues that the privacy of Canadian members was breached in July when hackers infiltrated Ashley Madison’s website.