This week three simultaneous suicide bomb attacks rocked Istanbul Ataturk Airport, one of the busiest in the world, killing 43 people. Turkish government officials almost immediately blamed ISIS for the deaths, which coincided with the restoration of full diplomatic relations with Israel and the thawing of ties with Russia.
Their voices rose in the vast terminal of one of the world's busiest airports. They were ordinary people -- boys and girls reuniting with relatives, a father looking for his son, weary business travelers, airport cafeteria workers and uniformed security guards.
Three British Cabinet ministers have thrown their hats into the ring to become Britain's next prime minister, as the jockeying to replace the outgoing David Cameron begins in earnest.
Embattled British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, already fighting to survive a revolt from his MPs, walked into a fresh firestorm Thursday when he appeared to compare the Israeli government to ISIS.
A 13-year-old Israeli-American girl was stabbed to death in her bedroom Thursday morning in the West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba, a spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces said.
The Pentagon said Thursday it was ending the ban on transgender people being able to serve openly in the U.S. military.
A devastating new report by military investigators released Thursday found that the 10 sailors captured by Iranians in January suffered from "failed leadership" at all levels on a mission that was plagued by mistakes from beginning to end.
Airstrikes hit a convoy of more than 500 vehicles leaving Falluja, killing dozens of ISIS militants trying to flee the city, Iraqi officials said.
With just 38 days to go before the Rio Olympics kicks off, the situation in the host city just went from bad to worse.
Authorities found millions of dollars stashed inside buckets hidden in attic walls, along with drugs and a gun, during a search of a home in the Miami area.
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by six points, 44% to 38%, in a Fox News poll of registered voters released Wednesday, marking an uptick from similar polls released in May and June.
A spinning, solar-powered spacecraft as wide as a basketball court will arrive at Jupiter on July 4 to study the giant planet and to take the highest-resolution images of Jupiter in history.
She was pretty and demure, and usually played sympathetic heroines with ladylike airs in a movie career that spanned three decades. But off-screen she was a fighter.
At least 34 people were killed Thursday when two suicide bombers attacked a convoy of buses carrying newly graduated police officers in Afghanistan, authorities said.
Republicans are trying to embrace Donald Trump -- but he isn't making it easy.
The handwritten letter relays a desperate message: "S.O.S. Please help me."
Alexander Lukashenko -- often called "the last dictator in Europe" -- certainly has well-disciplined citizens.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer, followed by cancer. But the CDC has good news about mortality in the U.S.
Michael Phelps qualified for a record fifth Olympic Games by claiming victory in the 200m butterfly at the U.S. Swimming trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
For "Game of Thrones" fans, the question now is when will winter end?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic took to Instagram and Twitter Thursday to reveal he will join Manchester United ahead of the new season.
Nike's flimsy attire for women's pros at Wimbledon is generating plenty of attention -- and this without arguably its highest-profile female tennis client Maria Sharapova, who is serving a two-year doping ban.
She might be serving a two-year doping ban, but tennis star Maria Sharapova won't be twiddling her thumbs during that enforced sabbatical after enrolling for a course at the prestigious Harvard Business School.
Before the UK voted to Brexit, it was suggested that the turnout of young people could decide the result. If the youth rocked the vote, the logic went, Remain would win.
It's been almost a week since the British public went to the polls and set in motion one of the most traumatic periods in the country's recent history.
Don't freak out about Brexit; it's not the worst thing, writes David Wheeler. Instead, why not see it as opportunity for UK to become 51st state?
Hong Kong has its own legal system, government, currency, flag and Olympic sports team.
He's just won a presidential election -- now he's targeting the European Championship finals.
They're known as Kabangu, and they're a group of hip hop grandpas who've been around since the 1980s -- or so it appears.
As an eight-year-old boy who dreamed of flying, the best I could do was obsessively play "Pilotwings" on my Super Nintendo.
What do Anna Wintour, a jet-setting Slim Aarons subject and a quirky Wes Anderson character have in common? Really stylish tennis outfits of course. The tennis look, with its classic iconography and crisp miniskirts has long been a hit among the glamorous and eccentric.
What two things are quintessentially English and as inextricably linked as America and apple pie?
There can't be many full-time bloggers in the world who employ wealth managers.
The bright, hand-painted buses with eyes that have graced the streets of Dakar for 40 years will soon be a thing of the past.
Terror attacks, the nearby Syrian civil war and a Russian ban on certain goods and services are making 2016 a rough year for Turkey, CNN's Ivan Watson says.
Video from inside Istanbul's Ataturk Airport shows people fleeing after suicide bombers targeted the airport.