The air strikes against Islamic militants in Somalia follow last week's extremist attack on a Kenyan college that killed 148 people.
But the magazine won't fire anyone after a leading journalism school lambasted how it reported a discredited article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
AP's Didi Tang finds that millions of migrant workers in China are discovering their labor rights through social media, leading to mobilizations that challenge Beijing.
Despite reassurances from NATO that they're safe from Russian aggression, everyday Europeans are eager to receive military training.
Disasters, the disappearance of a Malaysian jetliner and financial turbulence highlight the challenges confronting the world's biggest air travel market.
Rand Paul has designs on changing how the party goes about getting elected to the White House and how they govern once they get there.
The president portrays American power as a safeguard that gives him the ability to take calculated risks like the nuclear deal with Tehran.
Even though the euro is sliding, European luxury goods like BMWs, Bordeaux wine and Hermes handbags still carry expensive price tags for U.S. consumers.
Britain's Prince Harry jokes and chats with an enthusiastic crowd before a monthlong embedment with Australia's army.
Wisconsin, fresh off its upset of previously unbeaten Kentucky, meets four-time champion Duke for college basketball's ultimate prize.