Bruised and frightened, three-year-old Fatima flinches as the thunderous boom of Taliban rockets rolls across the capital of Helmand, an opium-ravaged province that epitomizes the biggest failure of the 15-year U.S.-led war in Afghanistan.
Donald Trump has challenged his rival Hillary Clinton to a drug test before their next debate, suggesting the Democrat was "pumped up" on performance-enhancing drugs in a stunning new twist to the brutal White House race.
Donald Trump keeps peddling the notion the vote may be rigged. It's not clear if he does not understand the potential damage of his words -- or he simply does not care.
Hungarian journalist Gabor Bordas thought he had seen it all. Over the past two years he had walked away from two top online news sites in protest over political interference.
Top stars in Latin music pleaded Saturday for tolerance in a concert from the U.S.-Mexico border, taking a stand weeks ahead of a divisive U.S. presidential election.
New ideas proposed, more talks prepared and no quick resolution in sight for Syria's agony.
Men install the statue of Saint-Martin on Saturday, Oct. 15, on top of the dome of the St. Martin Basilica of Tours, central France.
Mexican officials say the international police agency Interpol has issued a red notice for the detention of a former Mexican governor who is under investigation on allegations of corruption.
The U.S. navy says it is investigating the overnight possible missile attack from Yemen on a group of American warships in the Red Sea.
French President Francois Hollande invoked the spirit of national unity on Saturday as he led tributes to 86 people killed in a jihadist truck attack in Nice on Bastille Day.