Annual U.S.-South Korean military drills that infuriate North Korea will begin on April 1 but will likely be more low-key than past years ahead of two highly anticipated summits among the countries' leaders
Coral reefs may not survive the century because of global warming. CNN columnist John Sutter travels to Madagascar, where a village depends on reefs for survival.
New reports suggest that Prince Charles will name Camilla Parker Bowles Queen if he becomes king, despite a pledge to do otherwise. Tony Spitz has the details.
Taiwan rejects comments by Chinese President Xi Jinping about Taiwan's future and welcomed a U.S. law encouraging more official exchanges between Washington and Taipei
Xi vows to protect 'every inch' of China's territory and promote resurgence of Chinese cultural power, as he kicks off second term as president following constitutional changes allowing him to rule indefinitely
A lawyer says a Vietnamese woman accused of killing the North Korean leader's half brother told police she realized she had been used to murder him after she was detained
They say you shouldn’t take on people like projects, but 90% of us actually believe we’ve made improvements to our partners. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the scoop.
An Indian real estate company that is partnering with the Trump Organization has been accused of cheating investors out of nearly $150 million in documents that make no mention of Trump Organization
Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes, but when isn't certain in Japan's secretive death penalty system
Shopping for clothes can be really stressful, which might be why shoppers want store employees to make like The Beatles and let them be. Buzz60's Josh King has more.
The UN human rights chief told an informal meeting of the Security Council Monday that the Syrian government's siege of the Damascus suburbs of eastern Ghouta has involved "pervasive war crimes," use of chemical weapons and starvation as a weapon of war.