Syrian ceasefire wins UN Security Council approval after a week of delays while hundreds of civilians died
(NEW YORK) -- The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously on Saturday to adopt a resolution demanding a temporary humanitarian ceasefire across war-torn Syria, a measure that was delayed several times this week while hundreds of civilians d... Read More
(SAN ANTONIO) -- One mother made a statement to her local school district by filming herself walking inside of her daughter's high school undetected.
In the wake of last week's deadly shooting in Parkland, Florida, Stacey Alderete, whose d... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- A growing number of companies are announcing plans to sever ties with the National Rifle Association following the shooting massacre Feb. 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida that killed 17 students and staff, spa... Read More
(SALT LAKE CITY) -- Kasey Hansen did not grow up with guns around the house, never mind owning one.
By 2012, she was a new teacher and had maybe only fired a gun twice in her entire life. That all changed after the massacre at Sandy Hook E... Read More
(PYEONGCHANG, South Korea) -- After weeks of exhilarating competition and dazzling spectacles against the backdrop of Pyeongchang's snow-capped mountains, the 23rd Olympic Winter Games will come to an end Sunday.
The closing ceremony, whic... Read More
(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) -- The body of the Rev. Billy Graham, one of the world's most famous Christian evangelists, will be brought back to his North Carolina hometown on Saturday in a 130-mile procession that is expected to draw thousands of mourners and ... Read More
(KISORO, Uganda) -- Before the sun rises, psychiatric nurse Immaculate Owembabazi makes her way to a small district hospital in the rural village of Kisoro, Uganda.
Sister Immaculate, as everyone calls her, lives up to her namesake. Each m... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Educators around the U.S. are protesting proposals to arm teachers by posting with a hashtag, #ArmMeWith, to ask for more school counselors, books, snacks for hungry students and other things they say schools need rather than guns.
(PYEONGCHANG, South Korea) -- John Shuster and his “ragtag squad” made history for the United States by winning its first-ever gold medal in curling.
"It feels almost unbelievable," said curler Matt Hamilton immediately afte... Read More