Monim Haroon knew the men were coming.
A famous Nigerian painting that has been missing for decades has finally been found in a London home and will be up for auction at the end of the month.
Two major offensives in northern Syria -- one by the Turkish army and the other by the Syrian regime -- are threatening to derail alliances and provide ISIS and other jihadist groups with fresh opportunities.
US Vice President Mike Pence worked to deny North Korea a propaganda victory Friday, contrasting the growing excitement over Pyongyang's participation at the Olympic Games with powerful reminders of what he has called the most "tyrannical regime on the planet."
From coast to coast, pediatricians in the United States say this year's flu season ranks among the toughest they've seen.
Protests erupt in the streets of Pyeongchang over North Korea's participation in the 2018 Olympics. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
It was Tuesday January 30 and I was in the NTV Kenya control room producing our coverage of opposition leader Raila Odinga's mock swearing-in when an off-air monitor in the gallery suddenly went dark.
When the flags of the world get their spotlight moment at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, they will be unified by two principles: sportsmanship and uniformity.
The Winter Olympics is upon us, which means it's time to brush up on sports you may not have watched or read about for four years.
Reuters has published details of an investigation into a mass grave in Myanmar's Rakhine State that led to the arrest of two of its journalists and potential charges under the Official Secrets Act.
Days before the Carnival on the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, multiple US officials tell CNN they are aware of a terror-related threat to the popular annual event.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) speaks on Senate floor after the government shutdown.
David Axelrod says Sen. Rand Paul's remarks on the Senate floor were designed to expose the inner workings of politics on Capitol Hill.