Syria's Bashar al-Assad visits Eastern Ghouta

Video has emerged on the social media channels of the Syrian Presidency showing Bashar al-Assad visiting troops in Eastern Ghouta.

Police chief: 4th bombing shows 'different level…

Austin's capital city was rocked by the fourth bombing this month, which injured two people and which the police chief says was caused by a tripwire and showed "a different level of skill" than the package bombs used in the three prior attacks

Young Saudi Prince Begins US 'Charm Offensive'

Saudi Arabia's young crown prince arrives in the US on Monday for a three-week tour. Mohammed bin Salman, seen as his nation's de facto ruler, is expected to receive a warm welcome at the White House on Tuesday from President Trump, but diplomacy is not his only focus. NPR reports...

4 people injured when trains collide, derail in…

Authorities in Kentucky say two freight trains collided and derailed shortly before midnight, injuring four people and igniting a fire that forced nearby residents to evacuate.

UK police: No forced entry in Russian businessman…

British police say no sign of forced entry has been found in the murder investigation of a London-based Russian businessman who died from compression to the neck

Firefighter who evacuated hundreds on 9/11 dies of cancer

A New York City firefighter who helped evacuate hundreds of people during the Sept. 11 terror attack has died of cancer

The man treating ageing as a disease

The scientist aims to develop therapies to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level.

These Are the Men (and One Woman) Filling China's…

The new cabinet announced Monday by China is the culmination of months of leadership reshuffles that saw President Xi Jinping assert his dominance over policy making.

Americans Want Their Coffee Now More Than Ever

Seems like Americans can’t live without coffee! A new study said the number of Americans drinking a cup of coffee is at the highest since 2012. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

The Latest: Russian presidential vote "lacked…

International election observers say Russia's presidential vote was conducted in an orderly fashion but lacked genuine competition

Police chief: Two men injured in latest Austin bombing were pushing or riding bicycles when the device detonated

Police chief: Two men injured in latest Austin bombing were pushing or riding bicycles when the device detonated

China's new economic team faces debt & trade…

China elevated a key confidante of President Xi Jinping to one of the top positions in government on Monday as Beijing cracks down on riskier financing and a debt build-up that may pose systemic risks to the world's second-largest economy. Ciara Lee reports on the challenges ahead for China's new economic team.

Markets Right Now: Facebook leads tech companies lower

A sharp loss for Facebook is helping to pull technology companies lower as stock indexes decline in early trading.

Parkland students appearing on morning shows, urge change

A group of students from the Florida high school where 17 people were fatally shot on Valentine's Day fanned out to speak on morning television shows in New York as they get set to host a march in Washington this weekend.

MLB Could Reportedly Get A Special Exemption In…

Major League Baseball is trying to avoid paying minor league players minimum wage.

NBA star stands with massacre victims

NBA star Dwyane Wade explains why he is speaking out against gun violence and throwing his support behind the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Amazon Go execs share insights into shopper…

Chicken sandwiches, meal kits and fresh fruit are top of Amazon Go's shoppers' list

Caputo says Trump shouldn't talk with Mueller

Former Trump campaign senior adviser Michael Caputo says he would not advise President Trump to sit down with special counsel Robert Mueller.

Hillary Clinton explains comments about women…

Hillary Clinton says she meant no disrespect when she said some women voters are more swayed by men

Cops: Latest Austin Bomb May Have Involved…

The explosive device that injured two men in Austin on Sunday night appears to have been a different—and even more worrying—kind of device than the package bombs that killed two people earlier this month, police say. Interim Police Chief Brian Manley said early Monday that investigators believe the...