Iran's Intelligence Ministry is saying that its forces have detained members of a group linked to the Islamic State group it says intended to carry out terrorist acts in holy cities across the country
Believe it or not, the signature drink at the Downtown Hotel in Canada is made with a mummified toe... and it was stolen. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
The Israeli military has taken the precautionary step of asking civilians to avoid gathering near the border with Syria, following wayward projectiles from fighting there that landed in its territory
US officials have new fears that North Korea could attack the US with electromagnetic pulse bombs - and this is more worrisome than their missile tests. Here's why #Tucker
The airport in the Italian city of Genoa is allowing people to carry up to 17oz of this one liquid on flights. Jose Sepulveda(@josesepulvedatv) has more.
British officials are investigating a cyberattack on the country's Parliament after discovering "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts."
A new skin patch has been developed that can play a radio for two days using body sweat and could possibly charge our phones. Jose Sepulveda(@josesepulvedatv) has more.
A Pakistani official says the death toll from twin bombings at a crowded market in the northwestern town of Parachinar has risen to 55, bringing the overall death toll from three separate attacks on Friday to 73
Turkish authorities announced Saturday they will not allow the Istanbul Pride march to take place on Sunday _ the third year in a row the celebration has been banned
In case you thought the Alabama floods weren’t bad enough, residents there may have worry about balls of fire ants forming in the rushing water. Buzz60's Nick Cardona has the full story.
More than 120 people have been buried by a landslide that caused huge rocks and a mass of earth to come crashing into their homes in a mountain village in southwestern China
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are demanding Qatar shut down Al Jazeera. Why is the news network so controversial among the Gulf nations?
There are more Russian spies in D.C. today than during the Cold War. Here's how they recruit and influence Americans — including government officials.