The world according to Sepp Blatter
The FIFA boss has turned the gaffe into an art form. Here are some of his biggest blunders.
Strikes kill 900
In the two months since the United States and coalition allies first launched airstrikes against ISIS targets inside of Syria, the missions have killed more than 900 people, nearly all militants, a monitoring group said Saturday.
NAACP president "concerned" about Ferguson grand jury
Cornell William Brooks tells "Face the Nation" the grand jury didn't get enough direction from the prosecutor, but promises "non-violent" response to decision
Ferguson waits: No decision yet
Churches will open their sanctuaries to people who want to get away from protests in Ferguson when a grand jury announces whether it will indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.
U.Va. suspends fraternity activities after sexual assault allegations
As university vows changes, dozens protest outside fraternity house where woman claims she was raped 2 years ago by 7 men
Terror group spreading westward
The black flag flies over government buildings. Police cars carry the group's insignia. The football stadium is used for executions. ISIS has arrived on the Mediterranean coast.
UVA Frats Suspended Amid Rape Allegations
The University of Virginia's president announced that she is suspending all campus fraternities in a statement released Saturday.