What should the U.S. government do with American citizens who traveled to live among the Islamic State? Sam El Hassani is an American woman who is being held with her children by Kurdish forces in northern Syria after living in…
By Josh Baker
Here are five important stories you may have missed this last week.
By Joshua Barajas, Erica R. Hendry, Iman Smith
WASHINGTON — Ignoring calls from some African leaders to leave some of his opinions at home, President Barack Obama spoke favorably of gay rights as he prepared to visit Kenya and Ethiopia.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Newly released recordings reveal Beatles before they inspired mania…
By Tom LeGro
Originally presented as a BBC radio series and now a book published in America, "A History of the World in 100 Objects" tells the story of humanity using artifacts selected from the British Museum.
Lt. Gen. William B. Caldwell IV, commander of the NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan, painted an optimistic picture this week of the progress of Afghan security forces, but cautioned that there is still a long road ahead.
North Korea's national soccer team is something Gordon knows a lot about -- it took him four years to be granted access to make his first film, "The Game of Their Lives," a profile of North Korea's 1966 World Cup…
By Molly Finnegan
On Saturday, a new era begins for the BBC's beloved science-fiction series, "Doctor Who," the quirky and mysterious hero who time travels in a spaceship disguised as a blue police box, exploring strange worlds and occasionally saving the universe.
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