Watch Video As foreign policy analysts try to figure out just what Vladimir Putin's next move is, the best clues may lie in his body language.
Watch Video New research is predicting that future climate change will bring malaria to parts of the globe where it's never existed.
Watch Video The frantic search continues for the Malaysia Airlines flight that seemingly vanished over the South China Sea Saturday.
Watch Video An Asian airline announced Friday evening they've lost contact with a plane carrying 239 people, including 12 crew members and two infants. Malaysia Airlines posted a statement to their Facebook page saying Subang Air Traffic Control lost contact with Flight MH370 around 1:40 p.m.
Watch Video A British conservation officer has uncovered a replica World War One battlefield in Gosport, Hampshire.
Watch Video While Ukraine's interim prime minister warns Crimea "no-one in the civilized world" will recognize its referendum to join Russia, political leaders in Moscow say they welcome a Crimean vote to break away. Welcoming a delegation of Crimean politicians to Moscow Friday, leaders in both houses of the Russian Parliament announced their support for a public vote in Crimea that, if approved, would allow the region to be absorbed into the Russian Federation.
Watch Video New testimony in the Oscar Pistorius trial as the former Olympian and double amputee —charged with murdering model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp — breaks down in the courtroom.
Watch Video Members of the controversial protest group and punk band "Pussy Riot" were attacked while eating breakfast at a McDonald's. "The group of men who were wearing patriotic symbols used pepper spray and poured rubbish and green antiseptic over them." (Via Euronews) Euronews reports the women were left with head injuries and even chemical burns. The video of the attack was posted on YouTube.
Watch Video As climate change progresses and sea levels rise, a recent report claims global landmarks like the Statue of Liberty could be in jeopardy.
Watch Video As the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius continues in South Africa, NBC News has reportedly agreed to pay Reeva Steenkamp's family a "modest fee" for cooperating in several interviews about the paralympian's former girlfriend.
Watch Video With officials saying Russian troops had full operational control of the Crimean region of the Ukraine, some wondered why Russian president Vladimir Putin announced just two days ago Russia didn't plan to absorb Crimea.
Watch Video Just two days after a TV presenter for Russia Today, or RT, called Russian intervention in Ukraine "wrong" on air, a different RT anchor said this: "Personally, I cannot be a part of a network funded by the Russian government that whitewashes the actions of Putin.
Watch Video Ever since that space rock exploded over Russia last year, it seems like we've been hearing a lot about asteroids lighting up the sky.
Watch Video While countries around the world, including the United States, review their opinions on gay marriage, the Roman Catholic church is open to changing it's views — maybe. You may have seen various headlines like this, proclaiming Pope Francis and the Catholic Church could soon be okay with a same-sex partnership.
Watch Video Tensions continue to rise in Ukraine. Robert Serry, a United Nations special envoy, was reportedly held hostage by more than a dozen gunmen in Crimea before being forced out of the country. Serry was in Crimea representing the United Nations deputy secretary general.
Watch Video From the American media's perspective, the crisis in Ukraine was provoked by Vladimir Putin following the Ukrainian people's overthrow of a pretty corrupt politician.
Watch Video Paralympian Oscar Pistorius was back in court Wednesday. This time, another witness testified he heard screams the night the track star shot his girlfriend. Prosecutors say Pistorius deliberately killed his girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year.
Watch Video If you were listening to the Sunday Shows this weekend, you probably heard a lot of Ukraine talk, and you may have caught this from Secretary of State John Kerry: KERRY: "You just don’t invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests." (Via NBC) KERRY: "You don't in the 21st century behave in 19th century fashion by invading another country on completely trumped up pretext." (Via CBS) The irony wasn't lost on Russian media.
Watch Video It's the first we've heard from Vladimir Putin in weeks — the Russian president says he has no plans to annex Ukraine's Crimea region, but he didn't exactly rule out the possibility.
Watch Video The Oscar Pistorius murder trial came to a screeching halt after a South African television station leaked a photo of the prosecution's first witness to the public.