An heir to the Red Bull energy-drink empire is accused of killing a Thai police officer in a hit-and-run nearly five years ago, yet he still has not appeared to face charges
Amnesty International says a recent spike in civilian casualties in the Iraqi city of Mosul suggests the U.S.-led coalition is not taking adequate precautions to prevent deaths among non-combatants as its forces battle the Islamic State militant group
The demonstrations were aimed at Prime Minister Medvedev who is accused of acquiring his vast amount of property dishonestly; Amy Kellogg has more for 'Special Report'
Windsor Castle is looking for an official Curtain Maker and Soft Furnishing Upholsterer to take care of the royal needs of the Queen. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.
U.N. talks aimed at banning nuclear weapons begin, but the United States, Russia, China and other nuclear-armed nations are sitting out a discussion they see as impractical
Have a favorite coffee mug? Don't bring it to the office. A new study from security experts ADT shows your coworkers are thieves. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
A wave of nationwide demonstrations that shook Russia's long dormant political scene has shown a new face of protest: mostly teenage demonstrators driven by accusations of high-level official corruption, glaring amid the nation's painful 2-year recession
Tianna Sherman-Kesselly owns the Afropolitan Boutique Store in Liberia, which sells clothes that fuse Tianna's Liberian heritage and her American childhood
A Turkish pop singer and 28 other people have gone on trial for alleged links to a failed coup attempt, highlighting the gulf between Ankara's assertions that the prosecutions are necessary and international concerns that Turkish democracy is in peril
United Airlines entered a social media minefield after 2 girls were asked to change out of leggings before boarding their flight. Everyone, including celebrities, had an opinion, but United Airlines is sticking to their policy. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.
U.S.-backed forces in northern Syria say they will pause military operations near a major dam held by the Islamic State group in order to allow engineers to fix any problems after conflicting reports about its stability