Seven of the 17 Republican presidential candidates will be left out in the cold when Fox News announces which of them can participate in the first formal debate of the 2016 primary season.
The fire's rapid growth — at one point spreading across 31 square miles of terrain in five hours — catches firefighters off guard and shocks residents.
The Israeli Shin Bet security agency is interrogating the suspected head of a Jewish extremist group seeking to bring about religious "redemption" through attacks on Christian religious sites and Palestinian homes.
Prices for coal, natural gas, oil and the fuels made from crude are all far less expensive than they have been in recent years, making consumers happy, but hitting energy shareholders hard.
Young Islamists in Egypt are drifting toward extremism two years into a police crackdown launched after the military overthrew President Mohammed Morsi.
One survivor of the U.S. nuclear attack finds it hard to return to the site, while a graduate student devoted to recovering every bit of debris finds it hard to turn away.
As the Islamic State group destroys priceless Iraqi artifacts, a digitization project is underway at the Baghdad National Library to safeguard a millennia worth of history.
Investigators rule the deaths of two wingsuit fliers earlier this year in California as accidental, but the reasons why they died remain a mystery.
The experts advise to focus on the basics: Have a steady government, simplify the rules of business, and zoom in on existing sectors, like tourism and agriculture.
It remains unclear what happened to the two while they were gone.