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Singer Chris Brown detained in Paris on suspicion of rape

The American star has a long history of violence, including a felony conviction for 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna

China demands U.S. drop extradition request for Huawei exec.

Beijing calls Meng Wanzhou's case unusual and says U.S. extradition request infringes on her "safety and legitimate rights"

Russia denies bail for former U.S. Marine accused of spying

U.S. government sources and former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan's family insist he was in Moscow for a wedding and is no spy

Scientist who helped create first gene-edited babies fired by university

He Jiankui evaded supervision of his work and violated research norms because he wanted to be famous — and could face prosecution for using CRISPR technology, authorities said

Flight diverted to Canada leaves passengers stuck for 15 hours

A United flight from Newark to Hong Kong had to be diverted to Canada for a medical emergency. But then the passengers were unable to leave until the next day. Nikki Battiste explains.

New migrant caravan waits in Mexico hoping to reach the U.S.

A new caravan of around 2,000 Central American migrants is making its way toward the U.S. The line to enter Mexico is so long, it stretches all the way to Guatemala on a border bridge. Adriana Diaz

New migrant caravan waiting in Mexico hopes to reach U.S.

Thousands of migrants left Honduras a week ago after word about a new caravan spread on Facebook

Godspeed: Vatican's track team passes milestone with first race

The Vatican is setting its sights on the Olympics after launching its own track and field team this month

Georgia hunter threatened over photos with dead elephant speaks out

Mike Jines, a partner with TopGen Energy, said his critics are misinterpreting what really happened

Journalist held in Iran for 544 days recalls "avocado" interrogation

The Washington Post journalist was released in 2016 alongside three other Americans in a prisoner swap with Iran

Taliban kills Afghan forces as it resumes truce talks with U.S.

Devastating attack on military compound comes as Taliban confirms new talks with U.S., which it says are focused on negotiating U.S. withdrawal

Jason Rezaian hopes Trump will do "a lot more" to free Americans held in Iran

Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian had been living in Tehran for five years when the Iranian government arrested him in 2014. His detention prompted a 544-day effort to free the Iranian-American.

Prince Philip spotted driving without seat belt two days after car accident

A passenger injured in a car crash with Britain's Prince Philip last week says he still has not apologized to her directly. Police spoke to Queen Elizabeth's husband over the weekend after photos

Prince Philip criticized for driving without seatbelt 2 days after crash

Woman whose wrist was broken in crash with Queen Elizabeth's husband says his actions are "insensitive" and she's waiting for an apology

Godspeed: Priests and nuns on Vatican track team run first race

The Vatican is setting its sights on the Olympics after launching its own track and field team this month. The roughly 60 athletes include priests and those who work in the Vatican's museums and

Mexico sets up new process for migrants headed toward U.S.

A new caravan of some 1,800 Central Americans started crossing into Mexico from Guatemala late last week

Another bomb attack targets U.S. troops in Syria

Less than a week after 4 Americans were killed in attack by ISIS, which Trump says is beaten, new ISIS-claimed blast hits a joint convoy in Syria's north

2nd video offers new context to Kentucky boys taunting Native American activist

A viral video appearing to show Kentucky high school boys surrounding and taunting Native American activist Nathan Phillips triggered nationwide outrage. But a different video surfaced Sunday showing

Serena Williams tops world's No. 1 player at Australian Open

The 37-year-old American sat out last year's Australian Open after giving birth to a daughter months earlier and dealing with health complications

Israel confirms strikes on Iranian targets in Syria

Description of airstrikes marks rare departure from Israel's years-long policy of ambiguity regarding activities in neighboring war-torn Syria