Watch Video When Shinzo Abe becomes the first Japanese prime minister to speak before a joint session of Congress this week, he's expected to push for increased military ties between Japan and the U.S.
Watch Video Mount Everest is host to hundreds of visitors every year, yet some never return. After Nepal's devastating earthquake Saturday, world traveler Carsten Lillelund Pedersen posted this video to his "Use The World" Facebook page Sunday showing just how massive the aftershock avalanche was.
Watch Video Israel's military claims to have carried out an airstrike, killing four people it says were placing explosives on a Syrian border fence in the Golan Heights.
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Watch Video When The New York Times broke the news that a major hack of White House servers in October gave hackers access to the president's unclassified emails, outlets described the culprits one way.
Watch Video A magnitude 6.7 aftershock swept through Nepal Sunday, following Saturday's magnitude 7.8 earthquake that devastated the area. (Video via YouTube / Shaniya Pathak) According to the U.S.
Watch Video The scenes out of Nepal are devastating. A powerful earthquake has left at least 1,100 dead, a number that's nearly doubled from earlier reports and which is expected to rise.
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Watch Video A major earthquake struck Nepal Saturday — killing hundreds of people and leaving centuries-old temples in ruins. The tremors could be felt across the region, as far away as neighboring India.
Watch Video Italian state police have announced the arrest of several members of an Al-Qaeda-linked terror group within Italy.
Watch Video The third World Happiness Report came out Thursday, providing further evidence that we all need to move to northern Europe as soon as possible.
Watch Video President Obama announced Wednesday counterterrorism operations against Al-Qaeda killed two "innocent hostages" in January, one of them an American citizen and one an Italian.
Watch Video Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted twice in a span of 24 hours. The Weather Channel reports the first eruption occurred around 6 p.m.
Watch Video Four out of five U.S.-listed companies aren't doing enough to show the minerals they use don't come from conflict zones in Central Africa.
Watch Video Operation Decisive Storm is over, but that doesn't mean the airstrikes are. (Video via Saudi Arabian Ministry of Foreign Affairs) "The operation is today in its third week, in terms of the air campaign.
Watch Video French authorities say they've foiled a potential terrorist attack planned for at least one church in Paris.
Watch Video These are the Mediterranean's migrants. (Video via Italian Coast Guard) The migrants feared dead after Sunday's capsizing are among tens of thousands who have tried making the journey to Europe in the past year.
Watch Video Google is joining the search for the Loch Ness monster. Eighty-one years ago, this blurry, vague photo — supposedly showing a monster in the Scottish Loch Ness — was released, setting off one of the biggest legends, and hoaxes, of our modern age.
Watch Video Egypt has sentenced its first democratically elected president to 20 years in prison. Mohamed Morsi faces the sentence after a court found him guilty of ordering the torture and arrest of protesters during his presidency.
Watch Video An American teenager and her boyfriend have been found guilty for committing the gruesome suitcase murder of her mother last August.