Hamas accepts cease-fire deal as Israel holds firm against terror group’s threats

The militant groups under siege by a devastating series of Israeli airstrikes in the Gaza Strip announced Tuesday they've accepted an Egyptian-mediated cease-fire -- just minutes after reports emerged the Jewish State resolved to continue its bombardment "as necessary."

Big-game hunters defend kills, say they won’t back down after receiving backlash for posting photos

The woman who sparked a social media outcry and a government investigation after posting an image of a goat she claims to have killed in Scotland is not backing down from her online critics, saying that she will “NEVER apologize for being a hunter!”

Migrant caravan considering whether to stay in Mexico or risk danger, deportation heading north to US

The leading migrant caravan pushing its way to the U.S. border appears to be at a crossroads Wednesday, as members weigh offers to stay in Mexico or continue their journey northward -- which in recent days has included perilous rides on the sides of trucks barreling down highways.

Migrant caravan’s leaders reportedly demand ‘safe and dignified’ transport as enthusiasm erodes

Morale appears to be eroding inside the migrant caravans pushing toward the United States, with members dropping out to return home, some opting to try their luck in Mexico and others demanding "safe and dignified transport," as the endless walking begins to take its toll.

Second migrant caravan: New group rushes to join ranks, deportees vow return to America

As the massive migrant caravan pushes toward the southern U.S. border, a second group of about 1,000 people from Honduras is rushing to join the main group -- which reportedly has swelled its ranks with several people who've already been deported.

Migrant caravan showdown: Crowds reach Guatemalan border town as Mexico prepares for potential mass crossing

The 4,000-person strong migrant caravan pushing north through Central America towards the United States reportedly stalled Friday morning at Guatemala's border with Mexico, where members debated the next step – including the possibility of an impending mass crossing attempt.

Jamal Khashoggi search: Turkish officials sought ‘toxic materials’ inside Saudi consulate, Pompeo has meetings

Investigators looking for clues on Jamal Khashoggi’s whereabouts searched for traces of “toxic materials” at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul where he was last seen two weeks ago, Turkish media reports say, as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Saudi Arabia for talks over the matter.

Jamal Khashoggi search: Turkey, Saudi Arabia to conduct joint ‘inspection’ of consulate as journalist last seen nearly 2 weeks ago

Turkish and Saudi officials reportedly will comb through the insides of the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul Monday – where journalist Jamal Khashoggi was last seen and feared to have been killed – as speculation continues to grow surrounding his whereabouts.

Jamal Khashoggi search: Turkey, Saudi Arabia to conduct joint ‘inspection’ of consulate as activist last seen nearly 2 weeks ago

Turkish and Saudi officials reportedly will comb through the insides of the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul Monday – where activist Jamal Khashoggi was last seen and feared to have been killed – as speculation continues to grow surrounding his whereabouts.