Malaysia Airlines website gets hacked
Malaysia Airlines on Sunday experienced website outages and what appeared to be an attack by hacker group LizardSquad.
Argentine prosecutor's death still a mystery
The latest on last week's mysterious death of famed Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman.
David Cameron gets prank intelligence call
The U.K.'s prime minister and top intelligence agency were both victims of prank phone calls that went surprisingly far Sunday.
ISIS hostage crisis tests pacifist Japan
Japan's ISIS hostage crisis has put a spotlight on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to boost the country's military presence on the world stage.
Nigeria's Boko Haram launches another attack
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Nigeria hours after terrorist group Boko Haram launched a major offensive in the country's north.
How Greece's Syriza party won over voters
Greece votes Sunday in an election that will likely put Alexis Tsipras and his leftist, anti-austerity Syriza party in power.
S.F. man completes 7 marathons on 7 continents
A San Francisco man has completed seven marathons in seven days on seven continents.
San Diego couple returns to Auschwitz
Max and Rose Schindler were orphans when Auschwitz was liberated 70 years ago. Now they are going back.
Boxer, McCarthy trade blame over drought bill
Democratic U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy are publicly blaming each other over who derailed congressional…
Measles cases continue to spread in California
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- California health officials say the number of people in the state infected with measles is now up to 59.
Sex act performed at concert: Was it criminal?
Team 10 obtained an explicit photo of a sex act being performed right in the middle of a concert in Solana Beach.
Group wants to save first Taco Bell buildlng
A local group is trying to save the world's first Taco Bell building in Southern California from a potential date with a wrecking ball.