The woman allegedly acknowledged her role in American Kayla Mueller's captivity.
Terrorism in West Africa is evolving into a more regional phenomenon.
We have overlooked a mass atrocity now underway in Turkey.
“We’re compelled to respond to the immediate needs," John Kerry said.
Russia says Turkey is trying "to hide the illegal military activity near the Syrian border."
The administration criticized a new round of Russian strikes targeting anti-Assad groups.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is enforcing timeliness.
The EU's lead negotiator on Monday insisted a deal was close.
Instead of fixating on the warriors, let's listen to the women on the ground.
Reports allege U.S. troops were told to ignore Afghan allies' abuse of children.
The Egyptian government has not acknowledged any evidence of terrorism.
Sen. Ron Johnson wants to see the administration's legal justification.
The photos indicate the removal of "potentially incriminating traces of activity."
The talks would allow British officials to serve wiretap orders on Silicon Valley.
The lawmakers claim to want to observe Iran's Feb. 26 elections.
U.S. shares of the e-commerce giant dropped by as much as 3.7 percent thanks to reports of the hack.
A bill would give agencies the option to use funds originally allocated for Ebola efforts.
What impact will China's economic slowdown have on the US economy?
The bill expands efforts to track sex offenders' travel.
The general in charge of the anti-ISIS fight said it was "inconsistent with our values."
"There are more and more things not to like," Sen. Chris Murphy said.
The CDC has issued a travel alert for pregnant women visiting areas that are prone to the virus.
South Sudan is still at war, and predictions of a failed state seem inevitable.
Satellite surveillance shows the groundwork being laid for a launch of some kind.