(NEW YORK) -- A U.S. Navy aircraft with 11 passengers and crew crashed into the Philippine Sea on Wednesday on its return to the USS Ronald Reagan, according to the Navy's 7th Fleet. Eight of the 11 have been rescued and are in good condition, the Na... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The United Nations Command in control of the border between the two Koreas released dramatic video footage on Tuesday of what happened when a North Korean solider defected to the South earlier this month.
The video shows the ... Read More
(BUENOS AIRES, Argentina) -- The search for a missing Argentine submarine is entering the "critical" stage, the country's navy said Tuesday.
The ARA San Juan, which is carrying 44 crew members on board, was last heard from last Wednesday. Sear... Read More
(LONDON) -- Mobile gangs using mostly stolen mopeds and scooters have been terrorizing London, committing robberies and attacks on people walking along city streets, police say.
London’s Metropolitan police say that up to 50,000 crim... Read More
(LONDON) -- Meghan Markle has arrived in London to spend time with Prince Harry after finishing shooting on her television show "Suits."
The actress, 36, was spotted shopping in London’s Chelsea neighborhood on Tuesday.
Ma... Read More
The Indian Army said this week that 58 of its personnel had crammed onto a single, moving motorcycle in an attempt to break the world record.
The stunt took place in the suburb of Bangalore, India, and the men were dressed in the colors of the... Read More
(BERLIN) -- Months after being hailed by media as the new leader of the free world, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing the greatest political crisis of her 12 years in office. The breakdown of coalition talks leaves the country in a state of u... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. airstrike inside Somalia killed "more than 100" al-Shabaab militants on Tuesday, the U.S. military said.
The strike occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m. local time 125 miles northwest of the country's capital of Mogadish... Read More
(HARARE, Zimbabwe) -- Robert Mugabe has resigned as the leader of Zimbabwe after more than 30 years in power, according to a statement read by the speaker of the country's parliament. The announcement was met with widespread cheers from lawmakers.
(NEW YORK) -- Additional remains of U.S. soldier Sergeant La David Johnson were found on November 12 at the site in Niger where his body was recovered, a U.S. official confirmed to ABC News.
Johnson and three other U.S. Army soldiers were... Read More