Tech & Science
LeBron James Sends Ominous Message to Rest of the NBA After Cavs' Fifth Straight Win
Cleveland won with a 116-88 romp over Detroit Pistons.
Why Did Jana Novotna Die? Cancer Claims Former Wimbledon Champion
Novotna won the title at the All England Club in 1998.
Charles Manson's Family: Who Survived Cult Leader and Where Are They Now?
Several of Manson's followers have expressed remorse and denounced their former leader, but remain behind bars.
How Charles Manson, Dead at 83, Became a Metaphor For Evil
Manson's murderous cult terrorized Los Angeles in the 1960s.
Zimbabwean Dictator Robert Mugabe Has 24 Hours to Quit as President
The announcement was met by cheers in ZANU-PF'S Harare headquarters.
U.S. Navy Intensifies Hunt For Missing Submarine—After Satellite Calls Raise Hope for Crew
Satellite calls to the Argentinian navy late Saturday are believed to be from the crew of the missing ARA San Juan.
U.S. Military Chief Says He Would Reject 'Illegal' Trump Nuclear Strike Order
"If you execute an unlawful order, you will go to jail. You could go to jail for the rest of your life," said Air Force General John Hyten, the top U.S. nuclear commander.
Donald Trump Can't Boss the News, But Vladimir Putin Can—And Just Did
"Life for the majority of people has become calmer, more comfortable, more attractive," the document read.
Hundreds Dead and Thousands Injured As Earthquake Hits Iraq, Iran
Tremors were felt as far away as Israel and Turkey.
How the Killer of 4 U.S. Soldiers, Was a 'Calm and Gentle' Cattle Herder in Niger Before Joining ISIS
The killing of four U.S. troops in Niger has sparked a Pentagon probe - but why have so many young cattle herders joined jihadist groups?
Forget Trump, Asia Moving Ahead With Trans-Pacific Trade Deal in Defiance of the President's'America First' Vision
Trump's rejected the trade deal as part of his economic nationalist vision.
Is Trump Scared of Putin? President Says Russian Leader Is 'Insulted' by Accusations of Election Meddling
"Every time he sees me he says, 'I didn't do that,' and I really believe that when he tells me that, he means it," Trump told reporters on Air Force One.
North Korea Caught Stashing $150,000 Worth of Alcohol in Pakistan to Pay for Nuclear Weapons Program
Robbers stole 1,200 bottles of whisky and 200 cases of wine from a diplomat's house.
'Illegal Invaders': U.S. and Turkey Must Leave Syrian Territory, Top Assad Adviser Says
Damascus will "deal with" the two countries after the liberation of Raqqa, Syrian official says.
The Billionaire Saudi Prince Who Badmouthed Trump Has Just Been Arrested
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has invested billions in companies including Twitter.
Did Rand Paul's Neighbor Forget to Love the Senator as Himself When He Attacked the Lawn-Mowing Republican?
An acquaintance of the senator has been charged with assault following the incident at the senator's Kentucky home.
North Korea, Syria and Ukraine: Trump and Putin Plan for a New World Order
The presidents may meet for the second time at an Asian economic summit in Vietnam next week.
Trump's First Asia Trip: Will the President Chill Out About North Korea or Escalate the Threat After Arriving in Japan?
Trade and the threat from North Korea are likely to dominate discussions in the longest trip to the region by a U.S. president for decades.
Taiwan Wants to Buy Even More U.S.-Made Weapons As China Threat Grows
Taiwan is well armed, but has been pushing for sales of more advanced equipment.
Somalia: Mogadishu Hotel Siege Claimed By Al-Shabab Leaves 29 Dead
The attack proved once again that insurgents can carry out deadly assaults in the heart of the Somali capital.
Iran Has a Right to Defend Itself with Non-Nuclear Ballistic Missiles, Says Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani does not consider building weapons a violation of international accords.
iPhone X: Slump, What Slump as Apple Reports Sales Surge
The company said pre-orders for the 10th anniversary edition were "off the charts."
Nuclear Submarines and Cocaine Don't Mix: British Navy Fires Sailors Who Failed Drug Tests
The British navy fired nine sailors after they tested positive for using cocaine while the HMS Vigilant was docked in the U.S. to pick up nuclear warheads.
North Korea Threatens 'Catastrophe' Says Mattis, as South Korea Praises U.S. 'Aggressive Deployment'
In a move likely to avoid further escalation of tensions, North Korea agreed to return a Southern fishing boat found in its waters.
If Trump Fails To Stop Iran's Nuclear Ambitions, Israel Will Strike, Minister Warns
"Israel will act militarily by itself," Intelligence Minister Israel Katz said in Japan.