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At least five people in the Afghan capital have been killed after attackers stormed the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul. CNN's Cyril Vanier speaks with Zakarya Hassani, who is reporting from the scene.
It's an old tactic for an old war, but it shows the focus and emotions are fresh for the Trump administration. By suspending hundreds of millions of dollars of security aid to Pakistan, the White House is striking the first geopolitical blow of its renewed war in Afghanistan. And it's a familiar -- and not entirely unfair -- message: if the war isn't going well, Pakistan is to blame.
One year after the inauguration of Donald Trump, many have returned to the Women's March, signs in hand.
Athletes from North Korea will participate in the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said Saturday.
Olympics diplomacy will get its day, even if it comes beneath the shadow of the North Korean nuclear program.
The Winter Olympics opening ceremony may not be the only parade North Korea is planning on participating in next month.
US President Donald Trump may have found another whipping boy when it comes to reining in North Korea.
Archaeologists have uncovered two ceremonial chambers in Peru used by the ancient Moche culture. The find is revealing new details of Moche society.
2017 was once again one of the hottest years on record, ranked as the second-warmest by NASA and third-warmest by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A substantial amount of snow fell in Ain Sefra, a desert town in Algeria known as the "Gateway to the Sahara," for reportedly the third time in 40 years.
Americans are paying a fearsome price for global warming. The federal government's National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration reported earlier this week that the three powerful Atlantic hurricanes of 2017 -- Harvey, Irma and Maria -- cost Americans $265 billion, and massive Western forest fires another $18 billion. Scientists have shown that human-induced climate change has greatly increased the frequency and intensity of such disasters
The Trump administration has eliminated or replaced references to climate change, renewable energy and similar topics on websites across the federal government, according to a new study released Wednesday by a coalition of academic and nonprofit groups.
01/21/2018 "The Road not Taken" by Max Boot
When protests erupted in Iran in 2009, then-President Barack Obama reacted cautiously, concerned that a forceful intervention could make America -- reviled as the "Great Satan" by Iranian revolutionaries -- a rallying cause for the clerical regime.