iran tested a new ballistic missile that is reportedly capable of carrying multiple warheads, the nation's state-run broadcaster announced saturday.
a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck oaxaca, mexico, early saturday, according to the us geological survey. the quake was located 4 miles from lázaro cárdenas in southern oaxaca. usgs puts the depth at 32 kilometers.
a number of people were injured after a group of males sprayed them with what appears to be "a noxious substance" near stratford shopping centre in east london, london metropolitan police said saturday night.
despite arizona sen. john mccain's decision to oppose the latest republican health care plan to repeal and replace the affordable care act, the effort is still ongoing, gop aides say -- at least for the moment.
millions of puerto rico residents continue to reel from hurricane maria as the national weather service says the storm could bring "direct impacts" to the us east coast in the coming days.
for 17 hours, martin mendez was trapped under the wreckage of a mexico city building, praying to see his 3-year-old daughter again.
the youngest sibling in the kardashian-jenner clan is now expecting.
melania trump is canada-bound for her first solo foreign trip as first lady, traveling to toronto to lead the us delegation to the invictus games on saturday.
the winner of miss turkey 2017 has denied making political comments after being stripped of her crown because of a tweet she sent in july.
new zealand's ruling national party is set to begin talks to form a new government, cnn affiliate radio nz reported, after preliminary results show it leading the main opposition labour party in saturday's general election.
people trapped in the rubble after the mexico city earthquake count themselves lucky. cnn's ed lavandera spoke to survivors in the hospital about their rescue.
the drama was palpable. somewhere, under a collapsed school building in mexico city, a little girl named frida sofia was trapped.
within hours of meeting with a mining company ceo, the new head of the us environmental protection agency directed his staff to withdraw a plan to protect the watershed of bristol bay, alaska, one of the most valuable wild salmon fisheries on ea
australian far right agitator neil erikson's latest move might be his most cunning.
against a plain background in a former school for paramilitary police, next to a church famous for denouncing galileo's refutation of the idea that the sun moved around the earth, british prime minister theresa may gave a foreign policy speech f
a spaceship will swing by earth on friday and use our planet's gravity to help it pick up speed on its way to explore an asteroid.