Caught among flames, pelting rain and passengers who fought others for rescue.
The jet carrying 162 people is believed to have crashed into Indonesia’s Java Sea. The State Department says no Americans were on board.
An AirAsia flight from Indonesia to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control.
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Diplomats say privately that Washington hopes to boost staffing in Havana, currently at about 50 Americans.
Earthquake and tsunami killed some 230,000 people.
After a nearly 10-hour shutdown that followed a U.S. vow to respond to a crippling cyberattack on Sony Pictures.
When a tsunami smashed into this Indonesian city 10 years ago, the only structures left standing in many neighborhoods were mosques.
While on the job or because of their work, and 44 percent of them were targeted for murder.
President Barack Obama on Friday said the U.S. government would respond but didn’t say how.
Is skeptical of President Obama’s decision to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba, labelling it as nothing more than a shift in public relatio…
He went to visit American troops from the Army’s 1st Infantry Division, headquartered at Fort Riley.
Authorities made several arrests in the case of the Taliban school attack that killed 148 people.
Though many Cuban-American Catholics praise the pontiff for encouraging progress, others feel betrayed.
What isn’t clear, Chase said, is whether anyone will see the restitution payments.
Coelho says the studio ignored his spontaneous offer on twitter.
“We will not conduct terror against innocent moviegoers.”
About 250 Palestinians as well as ambulances with medical patients crossed into Egypt on Sunday.
Gunman who killed two NYPD Officers made very anti-police posts online.
Involving China could pose complications. China holds considerable leverage over North Korea.
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Obama spoke Friday during his year-end news conference, shortly before he was leaving the White House for a Hawaii vacation.
The U.S. government isn’t fully prepared to handle a nuclear terrorist attack or a large-scale natural catastrophe.
What will normalizing relations with Cuba mean for U.S. travelers?
President Barack Obama says the U.S. will end its outdated approach to Cuba that has failed to advance U.S. interests.