Before 36-year-old James Eberling died in November 2016, he told his parents he had one final wish:
The US-led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq announced Sunday that a strike killed an ISIS leader in Syria who was tied to the death of a US citizen.
Some 25 million South Koreans -- about half the population -- travel abroad at least once a year, but it's safe to assume that most haven't seen all the beautiful sights within their own country.
Last summer a major merger between American chip maker Qualcomm and rival NXP fell apart, a victim of tension between the United States and China.
In his public writings, Jamal Khashoggi's criticism of Saudi Arabia and its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was measured. In private, the Washington Post columnist didn't hold back.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday said Iran tested a medium-range ballistic missile, violating a United Nations resolution.
Brian Stelter shows how some pro-Trump voices tried to downplay the importance of Robert Mueller's latest moves.Margaret Sullivan and Matt Lewis join the conversation. Lewis says conservatives "shouldn't get caught up in media hysteria," but "need to face the truth about this." He says "it's very possible that the unseemly underbelly of Trumpworld is about to be exposed."
More than 400 people were arrested and 133 injured in Paris on Saturday, December 1 after clashes between police and protesters with the "yellow vest" movement.
Former FBI Director James Comey said Sunday that he would sit for a private deposition with House Republicans after filing a legal challenge to force a public hearing.
This week on "Inside Politics," our panel of top political reporters shared some of their memories of covering President George H.W. Bush.
More than 1,000 aftershocks of magnitude 1.5 or greater have shaken Alaska since Friday's big quake knocked out power, ripped open roads and splintered buildings in Anchorage, US Geological Survey geophysicist Randy Baldwin said Sunday.