"The refugee crisis will not simply go away," says European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, noting that some 500,000 migrants have entered Europe this year, many from Syria and Libya.
Jeffery Smisek is out as federal officials probe the airline's ties to the former chairman of the agency that operates New York-area airports.
The agreement is taking center stage in the presidential campaign and lawmakers prepare for what could be their most consequential foreign policy vote of their careers.
After the Taliban slaughtered 150 people, most of them children, the country's numbers of executed prisoners soar - but it's mostly common criminals facing death as opposed to militants as first promised.
Kim Davis will return to work this week to face another day of reckoning.
Fire officials say 14 people were taken to hospital for minor injuries, most a result of sliding down the inflatable chutes to escape.
The deaths of a reverend's two wives, a brother, nephew and a stepdaughter become a tale too lurid to resist for the author, though she never finishes the true-crime novel initially called "The Reverend."
Take a walk: That's the U.S. surgeon general's prescription for sedentary Americans — but communities will have to step up, too.
His tenure on CBS begins with a tribute to predecessor David Letterman, a brief conversation with rival Jimmy Fallon and a surprise cameo from Comedy Central buddy Jon Stewart.
A smiling Venus wraps both arms around her little sister for a warm hug at the net and whispers, "So happy for you."