No one dies as jet skids off runway in Honduras

(TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras) -- All six people aboard a jet that crashed off a Honduras runway and nearly broke in half have survived.

Five Americans -- four passengers and a crew member -- and ... Read More

Ariana Grande sends love and light on the anniversary of the Manchester bombing

(NEW YORK) -- Ariana Grande marked the one-year anniversary of the bombing at her Manchester, England concert with a touching message on Twitter.

"Thinking of you all today and every day," the singer wrote early Read More

Trump raises doubts North Korea summit will happen in June

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump appeared to raise doubts Tuesday that his upcoming historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place as previously planned on June 12.

"If it doesn't happen, maybe it will happen la... Read More

Trump enters talks with Moon amid uncertainty over North Korea summit

(NEW YORK) -- Just three weeks before a planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump is hosting South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday for talks as they work to assess whether North Korea’s commitmen... Read More

Israeli-American novelist laments Gaza deaths, sees hope in resistance

(NEW YORK) --"Shattered in an unsurprised way.”

That’s the reaction of Arabic-speaking Israeli-American author Moriel Rothman-Zecher to the paroxysm of violence along the Gaza border this past week, in which Israeli forces kill... Read More

Lawmakers urge Trump administration to clarify strategy on China after trade war pause

(WASHINGTON) -- With Trump administration members sending mixed messages on the status of trade negotiations with China, lawmakers are urging the White House to clarify its position and to keep the pressure on the Chinese to stop them from stealing i... Read More

Hunter charged with federal crimes for allegedly leading illegal elephant hunts

(DENVER) -- A South African man is facing federal charges for his role in allegedly helping a Colorado hunter illegally kill endangered elephants in Zimbabwe and offering similar services to an undercover federal agent, according to an indictment uns... Read More

Ebola vaccination campaigns begin in Congo as many remain unfazed

(KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo) -- As a vaccination campaign to prevent the spread of Ebola has started today in the Democratic Republic of Congo, most of the country is continuing with its daily lives, unafraid.

The latest outbre... Read More

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle smile next to beaming Prince George, Princess Charlotte in official wedding photos

(WINDSOR, England) -- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s joy on their wedding day is captured in the official wedding photographs released today by Kensington Palace.

Harry and Meghan, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, posed in one p... Read More

What you need to know about North Korea dismantling its nuclear test site

(NEW YORK) -- North Korea has vowed this week to dismantle their nuclear testing facility at Punggye-ri in front of the world’s media, the latest sign of goodwill in the rapidly developing detente on the Korean Peninsula.

North Korea... Read More

Sante Fe shooting victim 'wanted to impact the world,' foreign exchange host family tells mourners

(SANTA FE, Texas) -- She arrived from halfway around the globe but 17-year-old Sabika Sheikh was determined to bring her native Pakistan closer to America, the Texas family who took in the foreign exchange student told mourners at her funeral on Sund... Read More