Lakshmi Sundaram, Executive Director of "Girls Not Brides," says Syrian families and girls themselves are using child marriage as a way to cope with the war.
Fire crews have rescued five people who were stranded in flooding at a homeless encampment along a San Jose creek after a series of robust storms drenched already soggy Northern California
A Portuguese court has instructed police to extradite a former CIA agent to Italy, where she has to serve a prison sentence after being convicted of involvement in a U.S. program that involved kidnapping terror suspects for interrogation
The judiciary is the new front line. A group of lawyers scramble to get their clients into the country, while preparing a legal challenge to Trump’s immigration ban. By EMMA COTT and TAIGE JENSEN.
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., discusses Donald Trump's naming of Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster as the new national security adviser to replace Michael Flynn and if there's a Trump foreign policy doctrine.
On this week's Meet the Press, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) defends press freedom, W.H. Chief of Staff Reince Preibus fills in the details of Michael Flynn's resignation, and former C.I.A. Director Leon Panetta talks about the intelligence community and loyalty.
A premature hippo at the Cincinnati Zoo received a lifesaving IV from staffers at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center next door. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer answered a question about anti-Muslim sentiment with a response about President Donald Trump's desire "to combat radical Islamic terrorism."
Milo Yiannopoulos has resigned as editor of Breitbart Tech after coming under fire from other conservatives over comments on sexual relationships between boys and older men
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer comments on the reaction to President Donald Trump's remarks about the recent spate of anti-Semitic threats and vandalism across the United States.
Many Syrian refugee girls in Jordan are getting married very young, but there's also a movement underway to keep them in school. Christiane Amanpour reports.
A New Hampshire prep school graduate convicted of using a computer to lure a girl for sex is in court for a hearing on whether he deserves a new trial