Donald Trump pounced on the news that the FBI is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, saying Friday the Democratic presidential nominee displays corruption "on a scale we have never seen before."
Jake Tapper looks at Hillary Clinton's claim that FBI Director James Comey said her public statements 'were truthful' when she discussed her emails.
ISIS has "executed" 232 people near Mosul and taken tens of thousands of people to use as human shields against advancing Iraqi forces, the UN says.
Syrian rebels have announced a new offensive aimed at breaking the government's siege of opposition-held areas in eastern Aleppo, according to statements from two rebel groups.
Information filters out of Mosul in brief calls, smuggled messages and first-hand accounts from escapees. It's fragmentary and anecdotal, but a clear picture is emerging: ISIS leaders are preparing both for fierce battles and their own escape.
A Russian fighter jet and a US military plane flew dangerously close to each other while flying over Syria earlier this month, according to the Pentagon.
China and the US will hold joint military drills in November, officials from both countries announced Thursday.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, known for his -- ahem -- colorful language, swears he's going to stop swearing.
Dozens of children were forced to spend the night in a partially demolished migrant camp in Calais after French authorities failed to find them a safe space to stay, aid groups said Friday.
"We should be frank with each other," said Russian President Vladimir Putin at the opening of his speech to leading scholars and political analysts from around the world on Thursday.
A bus driver in Brisbane, Australia, has died after a passenger set him on fire, police said Friday.
If doping dominated the prelude to the Rio Olympics after the exclusion of a number of Russian athletes, it turns out drug testing protocols undertaken during the Games had "serious failings," according to the World Anti-Doping Agency.
A letter John Lennon wrote to Queen Elizabeth half a century ago explaining why he was returning a medal was found tucked in the sleeve of a record in a man's attic.
Haunted houses, horror films, scary novels and chilling art: Do you ever wonder why we seek out situations that terrify us?
The man blamed for bringing HIV to the United States just had his name cleared.
Shen Wei's photographs aren't ordinary portraits -- they're dreams.
Vibrant minibuses -- known as matatus -- fill the streets of Nairobi, blaring music as they bounce and weave through traffic.
After fleeing ISIS in Mosul, 7 Christian college women hid for hours under their dorm room beds from militants after they broke into their sanctuary in Kirkuk.
A little over 130 million years ago, a plant-eating dinosaur was roaming the present-day area of Sussex, England, when -- trapped by the muds of a thick swamp -- it fell backward to his death and was forgotten.
A tea vendor in Pakistan struck a modeling contract after his picture went viral on the Internet.
On the eve of the Mexican Grand Prix, Daniel Ricciardo explored his dark side in a traditional Dia de los Muertos -- Day of the Dead -- celebration in Mexico City.
Having spent most of the last two weeks in Calais, I can say that while the operation to clear the French migrant camp known as "The Jungle" may ultimately benefit adults, it has failed unaccompanied children.
The Earth's next mass extinction -- the first caused by people -- is on the horizon. And the consequences are almost unthinkably dire: Three-quarters of species could disappear.
Andy Stein shifts on the balls of his feet, leans against a wooden railing, and fidgets.
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
A group of undercover officers in Winnipeg, Canada, is leading a new way to fight human trafficking -- firmly focused on helping victims.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
Across the U.S., there is a movement to prioritize human trafficking prevention in our nation's communities. Schools, youth service programs, juvenile corrections services, group homes, and other youth-oriented spaces have begun to recognize their great potential to empower youth to stay safe from exploitation.
In an attempt to disrupt military operations ISIS has set a whole sulfur plant on fire. CNN's Arwa Damon shows us the dangerously toxic neon streams.
In a refugee camp close to the Iraqi city of Mosul, several women now recover from their time under ISIS. These are their stories.
CNN's Muhammad Lila explains why thousands of people have been killed, and many more are starving in Yemen.
From Syria to Ukraine to hacking accusations, tensions between Russia and the US are rising. CNN's Matthew Chance explains how relations are changing.
Mosques and churches have been painted bright yellow in solidarity against attacks on Muslims and Christians in Kenya.