Religious hostilities around the world are getting worse, according to a new Pew Research report.
Syria's Western-backed rebels are threatening to skip this week's peace conference after the United Nations invited Iran to attend.
Early results Thursday suggest Egyptian voters overwhelmingly approve of their new constitution.
The interim leader of the Central African Republic declared an end to the era of anarchy, warning Muslim and Christian militias to stop the violence.
The 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, could have been prevented, according to a recent finding by the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The United States will send an additional $380 million in humanitarian aid to Syria.
The Obama administration is applauding a nuclear deal made between Iran and six world powers. But some lawmakers feel it's a bad plan.
Sporadic violence marred the first day of polling as Egypt voters decide the fate of a revised constitution. Turnout was heavy despite Muslim Brotherhood opposition.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made a brief stop at the Vatican Tuesday to meet with a top papal diplomat.
Two months after a historic typhoon devastated the Filippino city, Tacloban is starting to show signs of economic recovery.