A U.S. Predator drone flew over a Kabul, Afghanistan, hotel during Tuesday night's insurgent attack, providing critical video of the attackers as the situation unfolded, two coalition military officials said Wednesday.
As they worked to determine if new bones found off Long Island, New York, were human -- and possibly those of victims of a suspected serial killer believed to have targeted sex workers -- tests were underway Monday to match up identities with at least four other sets of discovered remains.
Faced with some of driest conditions Texas has seen in nearly a century, firefighters around the state are struggling to fight off what a forest service official on Sunday called the "perfect storm for wildfires."
This holiday season, the Colombian military is trying a unique angle to get guerrillas to lay down their arms: It is creating Christmas trees deep in the jungle in hopes the holiday spirit will tug the rebels back home.
Teams in their sixth day of searching for a missing plane in Wyoming were attempting to stay ahead of bad weather Sunday. Two search teams spent Saturday night at an elevation of 10,000 feet because of "blizzard-like" conditions, authorities said.
After scouring northern Colorado by foot and air, frantically chasing a Mylar balloon for miles and repeatedly interviewing his big brother, authorities ended the search for 6-year-old Falcon Heene where it began -- at his house.
Jeff Hubbard fought back tears as he talked about his boy -- a "great, great young man" who was killed last week in Iraq in a helicopter crash. It's the second time he's had to bury a son killed in the Iraq war.
A U.S. helicopter that had a "hard landing" Wednesday might have been brought down by enemy fire, according to military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell, and an insurgent group has claimed responsibility.
Filmmaker Michael Moore is being sued by an armless Iraqi war veteran who says Moore's controversial movie, "Fahrenheit 9/11," used clips without his permission that misrepresented the veteran and his sentiments about the war.
I talked quietly with an 8-year-old boy at his home in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. His father -- a lieutenant colonel in the United States Marine Corps -- suffered severe brain injuries while on duty in Iraq and had been back home recovering for more than a year.
A Taiwanese citizen has been indicted as an agent of the People's Republic of China in a lengthy indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Florida, federal officials announced in Washington Friday.
A day after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake killed about 22,000 people in northern Pakistan and India, government officials pleaded Sunday for international assistance to help dig survivors from the rubble, take them to hospitals and begin repairing the country's shattered infrastructure.
A plane that accidentally flew within three miles of the White House prompted evacuations throughout the capital Wednesday before a Black Hawk helicopter and two F-16 fighter jets forced the aircraft to land at a Frederick, Maryland, airport.
The pilot whose intrusion into restricted airspace prompted brief evacuations in the District of Columbia Wednesday is likely to face civil penalties after being released without criminal charges, federal officials said.
The wreckage of a U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter that went missing during a routine training flight was found Tuesday evening along the banks of a South Carolina river, and the three soldiers in the flight crew are presumed dead, a military spokesman said.
As the date to transfer governing power from the U.S.-led coalition to the Iraqis gets closer, U.S. officials said they expect more attacks like the one that killed four American civilian contractors Wednesday in Fallujah.
A man on a bicycle packed with explosives blew himself up in front of a mosque during Friday prayers in the eastern Iraqi town of Ba'qubah, killing four people and wounding dozens, U.S.-led coalition officials said.