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With Kim out of sight, North Korean top brass pay snap visit to South

With Kim Jong Un out of sight for a month, three North Korean officials popped down to South Korea for a last-minute visit Saturday. And they delivered a diplomatic bonbon.

Protest group ditches talks with Hong Kong government; calls for more protest

After jarring clashes between pro-democracy protesters and opponents in Hong Kong's densely populated Mong Kok district Friday, student leaders called off talks with the government -- accusing police of allowing the violence to unfold.

Is demoted planet Pluto making a comeback?

Poor Pluto. Is it or isn't it a planet?

Adam Sandler is making 4 movies for Netflix

Adam Sandler is coming to Netflix. The veteran comedian has agreed to produce and star in four feature films that will be released exclusively on the streaming video service.

'Protest tourism': How Hong Kong demonstrations are affecting travel

With an efficient subway, multiple inexpensive taxis and a good public bus system, Hong Kong is normally one of the world's easiest major cities to get around.

U.S., allied airstrikes target ISIS in northern Syria

U.S. and allied warplanes hit sites near the northern Syrian city of Ayn al-Arab, the scene of fighting between ISIS and Kurdish forces in recent days, U.S. Central Command confirmed Saturday.

Anti-ISIS coalition grows, but that doesn't mean victory is near

The coalition is growing -- not just in words, but in action.

Oil prices plunging despite ISIS

Oil prices have fallen sharply over the past few months -- even though the terrorist organization ISIS has taken control of some refineries in Syria and Iraq.

This cute dog reunites you with your forgotten airplane items

Warning: After seeing this achingly adorable video of KLM's newest employee in action you might be tempted to leave your gadgets behind on your next flight into Amsterdam.

New Ebola hospital in Liberia overwhelmed by patients

On the day the new Ebola clinic in Liberia opened, ambulances waited outside. Inside the ambulances were desperately ill patients who had come for treatment but instead would be left to lie on the ground as others walked by.