U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday.
The Islamic State militant group said it is responsible for an attack Sunday on a large meeting place near Dallas, Texas.
President Barack Obama has nominated Marine General Joseph Dunford, Jr. as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The Australian Federal Police has defended its cooperation with Indonesia in the case of two drug traffickers.
Top political leaders from Taiwan and China met for the first time in six years Monday.
Police in Texas shot and killed two men Sunday outside a building where what organizers described as a free speech event was taking place.
The mayor of Baltimore, Maryland, has cancelled a nighttime curfew in the U.S. city.
And three more Americans are making plans to become candidates for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination.
Four more people were rescued from wreckage in Nepal on Sunday, more than a week after a powerful earthquake hit the country.
You may have heard about a process called 3-D printing.