Two months after a historic typhoon devastated the Filippino city, Tacloban is starting to show signs of economic recovery.
Iran and the six world powers have agreed on terms for implementing the nuclear deal announced in November.
Police in Scotland arrested an American Christian for publicly preaching against sexual sin.
Officials in El Salvador are investigating the murders of six evangelical church members.
A group of pastors is risking arrest to bring attention to the plight of Saeed Abedini, an American pastor sentenced to eight years in one of the world's most brutal prisons.
A new terrorism scare has roiled Russia in the lead-up to the Sochi Olympics.
Iraq is in danger of falling into the hands of al Qaeda and its off-shoots, and some say the American government isn't doing enough to help.
The U.N. reports 4 million Filipino children have been left traumatized by the monster typhoon that struck their homeland in November.
Al Qaeda-linked groups in Syria may be trying to recruit Americans who travel to the country.
The founder of Keeping Hope Alive, a U.S.-based ministry that runs an orphanage in South Sudan, shared how the unrest there is affecting the group.