Homes, infrastructure, and civilians take the brunt of the fighting in Donetsk as the military conflict continues.
Who runs ISIS?
Tom Foreman explains how ISIS's ruthless leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is quickly making a name for himself.
How social media elevated #Ferguson
The protests in Ferguson are an example of how social media can elevate a local story into the national conversation.
Federer wins first Davis Cup title
Roger Federer's Switzerland won a first Davis Cup title on Sunday when the 17-time grand slam champion defeated France's Richard Gasquet 6-4 6-2 6-2.
Why Putin thinks it's still 1985
The first frosts of winter have already dusted the spectacular city of St. Petersburg with a powder of glistening ice. The air outside feels sharp and crisp. Russians hurry along the elegant boulevards, wrapped up tight against the biting cold. Russia's winter, its annual deep freeze, has begun.
How Cats Hung on to Their Wild Hearts
he family cat may sit on your lap for hours, purring in domestic bliss as it savors human companionship, but underneath that friendly fur beats the heart of a lion.
Italy regional votes to test public mood on Renzi
ROME (Reuters) - Italians voted on Sunday in regional ballots which will test whether the country, tired of economic stagnation and austerity, is also wearying of Matteo Renzi's nine-month old coalition government.