History's first Latin American pope encounters unprecedented level of protest on his home turf
Thousands of protesters rallied Sunday to honor investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia who died in Oct. 16 car bombing
President Park Geun-hye has been tainted by being associated with Choi Soon-sil, who was arrested earlier this week and is accused of receiving classified information
Netanyahu accepted an invitation to visit the White House in hopes of forging a “common vision” for the region with Trump
The American soldiers killed in Niger were helping the country's military combat Islamic militants. Details of the ambush have been slow to emerge, including the military's immediate response. David Martin reports on what we know so far.
On the 20th anniversary of Britain's handover of Hong Kong to China, thousands of people filled parts of downtown Hong Kong Saturday demanding the Chinese government respect the city's special status and the rights that come with it. Ben Tracy reports.
The State Department says it may stay open, with restrictions
4 shipwrecks in just the last couple days make 2016 the deadliest year on record as the refugee and migrant crisis spirals out of control
Straw goat, an annual Yuletide tradition in the city of Gavle since 1966, went up in flames just hours after it was inaugurated on Sunday
President focused on his administration's successes abroad, amid discord at home