The chemical substance used to kill Kim Jong Nam was VX nerve agent, according to a preliminary report by the Chemistry Department of Malaysia, Malaysian police said in a statement Friday. Kim, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, died February 13.
Malaysian police have revealed the substance that killed Kim Jong Nam was a highly toxic nerve agent more commonly used in warfare.
The FBI rejected a recent White House request to publicly knock down media reports about communications between Donald Trump's associates and Russians known to US intelligence during the 2016 presidential campaign, multiple US officials briefed on the matter tell CNN.
President Donald Trump has assigned the Department of Homeland Security, working with the Justice Department, to help build the legal case for its temporary travel ban on individuals from seven countries, a senior White House official tells CNN.
The setting was a Manhattan restaurant, and after 25 minutes what allegedly emerged was a pro-Russian peace plan for Ukraine that its author believes may have ended up in the White House.
The conservative movement is learning to love President Donald Trump. But he's no Ronald Reagan ... yet.
Republican Caitlyn Jenner took to Twitter Thursday evening with a message to President Donald Trump: "Call me."
A conservative member of Congress called on President Donald Trump Thursday to release his tax returns following an emotional exchange at a town hall.
Leicester City Football Club has sacked manager Claudio Ranieri less than nine months after winning the Premier League Title.
It's a rare public spat between two Communist neighbors.
Ever since Seoul agreed last year to host a US missile defense system, South Korean pop stars, musicians and companies have felt a distinct chill in China.
Pakistan's military has announced a major new nationwide operation to deal with militancy in the country in the wake of a string of terrorist attacks.
Christians who exploit people, lead a double life and get involved in "dirty business," scandalize the church, Pope Francis said in a sermon Thursday in Rome. In fact, it might be better just to be an atheist.
A British passenger plane suffered a gear collapse upon landing Thursday at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport as heavy winds battered Western Europe.
Even if you're not interested in fashion, it is worth a visit to Burberry's London Fashion Week exhibition at Makers House just to see the Henry Moore's on display.
Twenty-one-year-old Khaled Khatib works as a cinematographer and press officer for the Syrian White Helmets.
Take a look at 31 photos of the week from February 17 through February 23.
Forget the moon. The next giant leap for mankind could be building a habitat on Mars.
Demand Tracker records numbers that call fake ads offering youngsters for sex, and makes the numbers available to the public.
A Pakistani man says he was forced to work unpaid at a Hong Kong cell phone store for four years. His case could change how Hong Kong deals with human trafficking.
Right now, between 21 and 45 million people are trapped in slavery. At least 5.5 million of those are children.
Pageants are known for wanting complete perfection from their contestants. This year, the Miss Australia pageant has a contestant in a wheelchair, showing just how perfect women of all kinds can be.
Police in the United Kingdom discovered a large cannabis factory after raiding a nuclear bunker on Thursday. The value of the crop they recovered was estimated at over £1 million ($1.2 million).
"We're all fascinated with post-apocalyptic visions," says Romain Veillon.
In Choi Xooang's hyperrealistic sculptures, eyeless heads face off against each other, dismembered hands convene to form fleshy angel wings, and men with dog heads pose in underpants.
I had no idea how right I was, a month ago, when I wrote in The New York Times that American Jews should be wary of their new President.
Not a day goes by in the Netherlands without President Donald Trump making news. If you're an American traveling overseas, you have likely been buttonholed by locals asking you to explain what is going on with the new administration. The local news carries clips of Trump attacking the media, disparaging NATO or falsely suggesting a terrorist attack just occurred in Sweden. At the same time, top Cabinet officials are making the rounds in Europe, appearing to contradict the President on the most basic matters of foreign policy.
In his press conference last week, in which President Trump ranted and raved that he wasn't ranting and raving, he answered a question about his wife, Melania. "That's what I call a very nice question," he said, apparently relieved to stop talking about his own policies, before saying the first lady feels very strongly about "women's issues" and "women's difficulties."
This week, we have seen reports that a former British inmate of Guantanamo Bay, Jamal Udeen al-Harith, carried out an ISIS suicide attack in Iraq.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer is kidding himself if he truly thinks the wave of protesters swarming Republican congressional town hall meetings from coast to coast represent a flash in the pan, or some less-than-authentic paid lobbyist campaign.
Yolanda ticks off the countries she and her husband have passed through in the last three months: Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and now Costa Rica. But she is no tourist.
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
Letters from residents from eastern Mosul to those in the ISIS-held western half are being dropped ahead of the Iraqi army's offensive to take it back.
A slow-moving landslide is gradually destroying this Italian village, leaving 125 people homeless.
In a Syrian Civil Defense video, rescuers manage to save a girl from underneath the rubble after an explosion.
Nico Morales worried he would never find love. Then he went online and found his "soulmate," Latoya Jolly, who also has Asperger's syndrome.
Jason Paul, a professional freerunner from Germany, takes you to the Harbin Ice Festival in China, where he is taking on his latest challenge.
Emmanuel Macron hopes to become the French President by ditching left and right and forging a third way. But who is he? CNN's Melissa Bell explains