The U.S. Secretary of State said the administration did not want the event "turned into some great political football."
Two American astronauts successfully completed the 187th spacewalk in the history of the International Space Station. The spacewalk is one of many planned this year to help prepare the space station for the next wave of human spaceflight. Mark Strassman reports on their journey.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington on Sunday to give a speech to Congress this week, making his case against a deal on Iran's nuclear program. Netanyahu was invited by House Republicans, but the White House was not consulted in advance. Julianna Goldman reports.
E-mails from ISIS militant Mohammed Emwazi give insights into a deeply troubled mind. The executioner who is blamed for taking so many lives apparently once considered taking his own. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Embattled President Nicolas Maduro listed several specific U.S. politicians in travel ban, to which they gave tongue-in-cheek responses
At least 19 of an estimated 220 captured Christian Assyrians - most of them elderly - freed by extremist group for reasons still unclear
Sen. Dianne Feinstein said the Russian opposition leader's death comes at a "bad time," and sees a possible connection to Putin
French journalist Anne Sinclairâs grandfather, Paul Rosenberg, was the exclusive dealer for Pablo Picasso long before he or other modern artists became international superstars. Her new memoir tells the story of how her grandfather, who was Jewish, was forced to flee France in 1940 after the Nazis confiscated his gallery and much of his art collection. Erin Moriarty reports.
Girl with two bottles strapped to body murdered by crowd, body burned in area plagued by militants; 2nd suspected teenage female suicide bomber arrested at scene
Israeli leader leaves for D.C. after divisive acceptance of Republican invite to speak on Capitol Hill made just ahead of his re-election