ISIS: Constant airstrikes drove us out of Kobani
Two purported ISIS fighters interviewed for a news agency working in ISIS-held territory have given the same reason for the militants' retreat from the Syrian city of Kobani: the constant pummeling by coalition airstrikes.
AirAsia plane wobbled, climbed and triggered stall warning
Before AirAsia Flight QZ8501 crashed, the co-pilot was flying the plane as the more experienced pilot monitored the flight. And things may have gone wrong in a span of just three minutes and 20 seconds, triggering a stall warning that sounded until it crashed into the Java Sea.
ISIS captive sought 'story of what ISIS wants to do'
Kenji Goto had every reason to stay home in Japan. A successful career. A doting mother. A loving wife. A pair of young daughters, one of them just two-weeks old. And yet the experienced journalist felt he had to go into war-torn Syria.
Jewish leader: Group locked into Auschwitz
A row has erupted over allegations by representatives of Rome's Jewish community that they were locked into the former Nazi Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland and treated "like real criminals" after filming a TV interview.
Mexican massacre case closed?
Mexican authorities say they're not done. There are still suspects at large they have to detain, and detainees they must try and sentence. But Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam says there is "legal certainty" that 43 college students who went missing four months ago in the Mexican state of Guerrero were murdered.