ISIS might be feeling pinch of lower oil prices
ISIS' so-called caliphate is heavily reliant on black-market oil. With global prices falling, the terrorist group has had to adapt.
Biden's Turkey visit highlights animosity
Biden's visit to Istanbul this weekend prompted anti-American protests. But why so much animosity from a crucial U.S. ally?
Michael Brown's family reacts to grand jury
"No justice, no peace"
Suicide bombers kill dozens in Nigeria
Two bombs killed more than 60 people at a crowded market in northern Nigeria, the latest violence in a region terrorized by Boko Haram.