A protest march against U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan, led by former cricket star turned politician Imran Khan, came to a halt on Sunday when authorities blocked access to the demonstration's final destination in the tribal region, officials told CNN.
A Sudanese military plane crashed southwest of Khartoum on Sunday, killing 15 people, state media said.
Iraqi authorities executed 11 prisoners on Sunday after they were convicted of terrorism, Iraq's Ministry of Justice said in a statement.
South Korea announced Sunday that it reached a deal with the United States that allows Seoul to extend the range of its ballistic missiles, a move widely seen as an effort to counter possible threats from North Korea.
The Philippines has reached a preliminary agreement with Muslim rebels, the president announced Sunday, marking a major milestone after decades of insurgency in the nation's south.
Honda is recalling CR-V crossovers manufactured between 2002 and 2006 because of an electrical switch that could melt and cause a fire.
Somalia's new president has named a prime minister as the nation sets up an effective central government following decades of civil war.
Kei Nishikori made history as he became the first home player to capture the Japan Open after a three-set win over Milos Raonic Sunday.
Alabama authorities are investigating why a campus officer shot and killed a naked 18-year-old freshman who they say was acting erratically outside the university police station.
He's 25, lives with his parents and works three part-time jobs. Millennials like Tyler York helped elect Barack Obama. But York is disillusioned with the president, distrustful of his challenger. He's learning that choices - personal and political - are rarely easy.
In the days before a voter registration deadline, Latino groups are usually wrapping up their outreach efforts aimed at driving potential voters to the polls on Election Day. But this election season, Rafael Collazo led a sparse team of volunteers into the streets of Philadelphia, scrambling to get voters he wishes he could have signed up months ago.
A new ad released by Mitt Romney's campaign Sunday pushes back against a claim President Barack Obama repeatedly leveled at Wednesday's presidential debate - a claim CNN's Fact Check found to be false.