This war in Gaza is not the first war I have covered, it isn't even the first war I've covered in Gaza. I've been to places like Syria and Libya, and seen some of the horrible things that are normal in armed conflict, and I've seen dead children before, but never like during this war in Gaza. Never so many, never so often.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has met with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley this morning; he also toured the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
It's a ship tied to two critical points in American history: Sept. 11, 2001, and the eve of the Revolutionary War.
The House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to sue President Barack Obama for overstepping the powers of the presidency.
Foreign reporters are being allowed to attend China's Defense Ministry briefings for the first time, marking a small milestone in the increasingly confident Chinese military's efforts to project a more transparent image.
A teenage daredevil who sneaked to the top of the 1 World Trade Center tower in New York pleaded guilty on Wednesday in an escapade that increased concerns about security at the nation's tallest building.
Experts from the Netherlands and Australia tried on Thursday to reach the crash site in eastern Ukraine of downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 after several failed attempts this week.
Australia's prime minister and foreign minister on Thursday sent mixed messages on whether Russia was frustrating Dutch and Australian police efforts to retrieve the bodies of victims of the Malaysian airliner disaster in war-torn east Ukraine.
After 15 Palestinians were killed and more than 100 wounded in an assault on a school being run as a shelter in the Gaza strip, Chris Gunness, a spokesperson for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, broke down in an interview on a television channel yesterday. The UN has blamed Israel for the attack.
Japan's smoking rate has dropped below 20 percent for the first time, according to a new survey, as a recent rise in cigarette prices helped to further discourage the habit.
When my colleague Niha Masih called Ron Paz, the Israeli government's media coordinator, he greeted her with a 'namaste'. Later, when we met him at his office at the outskirts of Gaza to collect our media accreditation, he offered us a cup of chai.
Australia's human rights commissioner said Thursday the government must come clean about conditions at offshore asylum-seeker camps after an inquiry heard of an alleged cover-up of mental health problems.
Apple Inc intends to lay off about 200 people at Beats Electronics LLC following its $3 billion acquisition of the headphone and music streaming services company, Bloomberg cited a person with knowledge of the restructuring as saying.
At least 19 bathers have drowned and four are missing in rough seas off Pakistan's biggest city Karachi, officials said Thursday, after defying a ban on swimming in rough waters during the monsoon season.
Seattle audio and video technician Todd Mueller showed up last year for what might have been a routine job except for one thing: Amazon.com Inc was taking notes. As he mounted a flat-screen TV on the wall, an Amazon employee studied how he covered his shoes and used a blanket to protect the hardwood floor.