Watch Video If you want to get a message past North Korea's oppressive media censorship, your best option might be balloons — anti-Pyongyang activists in South Korea have repeatedly launched balloons carrying propaganda leaflets across the border.
Watch Video The campaign against the terrorist group ISIS claimed a victory Saturday, after ISIS militants were driven from two Iraqi towns.
Watch Video Harvard scientists believe they've found a way to effectively kill brain cancer cells, while leaving other cells unharmed. The team genetically engineereed stem cells so they can produce and discharge tumor-destroying toxins. Stems cells are body cells that have the ability to develop into many different cell types.
Watch Video A 26-year-old Iranian woman was hanged Saturday after being convicted of murdering her employer, who she said was attempting to sexually assault her. BBC: "Reyhaneh Jabbari was hanged at dawn in a Tehran prison despite a local and international campaign calling for a reprieve." One of those campaigns was lead by Amnesty International.
Watch Video Congratulations "Manhattan Love Story," you are officially the first canceled show of the fall.
Watch Video New York officials have called the brutal attack of several NYPD officers by a man wielding a hatchet an act of terrorism.
Watch Video The Rwandan government headed by President Paul Kagame has suspended all BBC Radio broadcasts in the country in response to a documentary the network aired about the secrets of the Rwandan genocide.
Watch Video It's been a busy year for Ukraine -- in the spring a violent revolution overthrew its government, and in the summer a surprise Russian invasion sparked an international crisis. But now it's fall, and on Sunday Ukrainians will elect their first parliament since the dramatic upheavals that deposed a President and redrew the borders of the former Soviet state.
Watch Video If you've ever gotten a utility or phone bill that was way more than you'd expected, well, David Cameron probably has you beat.
Watch Video A resolution to Boko Haram's kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls in the spring appears no closer than when the Nigerian government announced it had reached a deal with the militants a week ago.
Watch Video New details revealed about the slain gunman responsible for Wednesday morning's attack on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario show he attempted to get himself arrested in the past not once, but twice.
Watch Video An international human rights organization has issued a scathing critique of the Ferguson Police Department for its handling of the events and subsequent protests surrounding the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown near St.
Watch Video E.U. leaders meeting in Brussels struck what's being called a landmark climate deal early Friday morning, agreeing to cut the E.U.'s greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2030.
Watch Video Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is having a tough week. Just three days after two members of his recently-appointed cabinet resigned, another minister is involved in an attention-grabbing scandal — one involving a sadomasochism club. Trade minister Yoichi Miyazawa, who was just appointed Monday, admitted Thursday that his office reimbursed a roughly $160 staff expense report from an S&M club in Hiroshima. The Japan Times described the club, saying, "The bar offers visitors a live S&M show featuring a woman in underwear tied up in ropes.
Watch Video What makes a terrorist, a terrorist? As we've noted in the past, the line between violent killings, and capital-T "Terrorism" isn't always clear.
Watch Video Depending on where you live, you might have heard different details surrounding Wednesday's shooting near Canada's Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario.
Watch Video China is headed back to the moon: state newspaper Xinhua confirms China is preparing an unmanned moon mission for launch later this week.
Watch Video As investigators in Mexico look into the September disappearance of 43 college students in the rural town of Iguala, authorities are now pointing the finger at the mayor of the town and his wife. Mexico's attorney general, Jesus Murillo Karam, made the revelation Wednesday, saying the mayor's wife — Maria Piñeda Villa — was the main link between the city government and the gang believed to be responsible for the students' disappearance.
Watch Video The chairman of Britain's largest supermarket chain says he plans to resign amid an investigation over an accounting error that resulted in a massive profits overstatement.
Watch Video The U.S. State Department says the 3-month-old baby killed in a suspected terrorist attack in Jerusalem was reportedly an American citizen.