Pope Francis Decries Sex Abuse Scandal During Visit To Dublin, IrelandThe abuse scandal — which has convulsed Ireland since the 1990s and has exploded anew in the U.S. — took center stage on the first day of Francis' two-day trip to Ireland.
Princes William, Harry Blame Paparazzi For Princess Diana’ Death In New DocumentaryIn a new BBC documentary, Princes William and Harry speak openly about the 1997 accident that killed Princess Diana for the first time.
Microsoft Offers Free Security Fixes After Global Cyber AttackFriday's global cyber attack targeted Microsoft operating systems on computers across 100 countries. Now, the company is offering free security fixes to everyone affected.
Refurbished Shrine Marking Jesus' Burial Site Reopens In JerusalemThe ornate building, called the Edicule, sits in the center of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the world's oldest churches located in Jerusalem's oldest city.
Search Efforts Continue As Death Toll In Italy Quake Up To 250Civil protection officials released the revised numbers at a briefing Thursday afternoon in Rome. It says the number of injured stands at 365.
France Calls Up Reserves To Boost Security After Nice AttackSeeking to quell fear and criticism, the French government called up thousands of police reserves Saturday to increase security around the country, after the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a beachfront Bastille Day attack that security forces failed to thwart.
AP: Islamic State Has Hundreds Of Fighters In Europe; Brussels Manhunt ContinuesA Belgian prosecutor has identified two of the attackers who targeted the Brussels airport and subway as brothers Ibrahim and Khalid El Bakraoui but says another unidentified attacker remains at large.
Brussels Mourns As Manhunt Continues For Last Suspect In Terror AttacksThe blasts came days after the arrest of the top suspect in last year's Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, in Brussels.