Another disturbing video of a child falling out of a moving car in China has emerged. A 2014 study in China found that only 22 out of 3,333 (.6%) observed children were secured in child safety seats.
A new message from Pope Francis is sending shock waves across the Catholic Church.
Belgian authorities announced the arrest Friday of Mohamed Abrini, suspected of driving those involved in the Paris terror attacks.
Belgian authorities say several arrests have been in relation to the Brussels attacks.
Pope Francis put his shoulder to the doors of the Catholic Church and shoved them open a little wider Friday, calling for the church to be more tolerant in practice, while not changing any official doctrines.
Christopher Piehota, the director of the Terrorist Screening Center, sat down for a wide-ranging interview with CNN's Pamela Brown.
When ISIS came to Abu Israa's village, he did not flee.
Democratic State Senator Jeff Jackson says other State leaders have no idea how bad House Bill 2 is hurting Charlotte.
On Sunday, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published a massive leak of documents, dubbed the Panama Papers.
Videos emerged this week of an object apparently hitting Jupiter. The footage shows a quick flash on the right side of the planet as an object seemingly makes impact.
For one group of kids in a small village outside London, an afternoon meant to be spent hunting Easter eggs suddenly turned into a thrilling hunt for burglars.
President Barack Obama said Friday that the world faces a persistent and evolving threat from terrorists who are eager to unleash a devastating nuclear attack. "It would change our world," he said.
A long section of a road overpass under construction collapsed Thursday in a crowded Kolkata neighborhood, with tons of concrete and steel slamming into midday traffic, leaving at least 21 people dead and scores of others injured in the Indian city, police said.
The death toll continues to rise after a man wearing a suicide belt walked into an Iraqi soccer stadium and blew himself up.
A court on Wednesday ordered an Egyptian man detained for eight days after authorities said he admitted hijacking a domestic EgyptAir flight and diverting it to the Mediterranean island of Cyprus by threatening to blow it up with a fake explosives belt.
A Cyprus foreign ministry official says the hijacker of the EgyptAir plane that was diverted to Cyprus has been arrested and that the situation is "over."
North Korea fired a short-range projectile from an area near its eastern coast on Tuesday in what appears to be another weapons test seen as a response to ongoing military drills between Washington and Seoul, South Korean officials said.
An Egyptian presidential spokesman said the correct name of the EgyptAir Flight 181 hijacker is Seif El Din Mustafa, an Egyptian national. Earlier, the same spokesman said an Egyptian-American dual citizen of a different name was responsible.