Two men are charged with plotting to help the extremist group while a third is accused of providing funding to it.
Two days from a partial agency shutdown, the House can't decide what to do about funding the agency while senators are set to vote on renewing its budget.
A Syrian human rights monitor says the militants abducted dozens more people from the Assyrian minority in the northeast of the country as they raided 33 villages in recent days.
The image of the asylum-seekers living in desolate camps is challenged by an increasing number of middle-class ones in large cities like Bangkok.
New rules would regulate internet service providers to make sure they act in the "public interest."
South Korea has abolished a law that criminalized adultery, sending the stock of a local condom maker soaring.
Hundreds of thousands of Jews living in the occupied West Bank are eligible to vote in Israeli elections even though they don't live within the Jewish state.
Google scientists have cooked up software that can do better than humans on dozens of Atari video games from the 1980s.
Madonna says she's fine after slipping down several stairs while performing at the Brit Awards in London.
He'll have surgery on his right knee for the second straight year — on the heels of a season he missed entirely following a torn left ACL.