The top U.S. general says the U.S. special forces unit ambushed by Islamic militants in Niger didn't call for help until an hour into their first contact with the enemy
Police are escorting children to school and a city bus has changed its usual route as a neighborhood near downtown Tampa fears a serial killer may be on the loose
From The New York Times: Poison frogs carry their tadpoles long distances to rainforest pools where they finish growing into adults. But do they care for unrelated tadpoles?By: By JAMES GORMAN and CHRISTOPHER WHITWORTH. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2zxEgBX
The widow of a U.S. soldier who recently died in combat in Niger remembered her late husband as a hero and confirmed in a new interview Monday that President Donald Trump, in a condolence call, said her husband "knew what he signed up for."
Jeremy Peters reports on Chris McDaniel, who is expected to run again for Senate after a loss in 2014, and the influence Steve Bannon has on mounting insurgent campaigns against establishment GOP.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) tells Chuck Todd that the Senate is trying to create a new process to help track where American forces are deployed across the world.
The fluid from these earthworms has been shown to destroy lung cancer cells in the lab, according to Polish researchers. Buzz60's Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
The top U.S. diplomat in the Philippines says the U.S. detected no credible reports of human rights violations by the Philippine armed forces and police during their five-month campaign to oust Islamist militants from the southern city of Marawi
The manager of state oil company Petroamazonas has defended Ecuador's plans to expand exploitation of major oil reserves in one of the world's most species-diverse rainforests. As Kate King reports, the OPEC country is seeking resources to revitalize an ailing economy, after a fall in oil prices and a major earthquake.