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After an easy straight-set win over Alejandro Falla at the French Open, a young man rushed the court to try to get a picture of himself and Roger Federer, who did not look pleased. Julianna Goldman reports.
The militant group vows to increase its involvement in support of Syria's government forces as its civil war continues
Iran-backed Shia militias in Iraq say they’re ready to help retake Ramadi from ISIS, which also scored a massive victory in Palmyra in Syria. As Charlie D'Agata reports, U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter questioned the Iraqi military’s will to fight after the losses.
Leftist leaders had called to miss payments as the cash-strapped nation faces increased economic troubles
David Cameron announced parameters that outline who will be allowed to vote in a referendum to decide if the country should stay in the European Union
Though he won his match, Roger Federer was not pleased that a fan was able to sneak on the court and take a selfie with him
Iranian-backed Shiite fighters say they will succeed where Iraq's forces did not against terrorist group that just took over Ramadi
Takeover of Ramadi by smaller ISIS force shows poor fighting spirit, U.S. defense secretary says; Iraqi official blasts U.S. assistance
The lopsided victory for voter-approved same-sex marriage in heavily Catholic Ireland has many asking: what the heck just happened?
Babies born to Annegret Raunigk in 26th week of pregnancy, but are likely to survive; woman already had 13 children ranging in age from 9 to 44