President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and other G-8 leaders attempted to speak with one voice on seeking a negotiated Syrian peace settlement, yet couldn't publicly agree on what this means. (June 18)
Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano registered a massive eruption, emitting a plume of ash and gas that reached an altitude of 2.4 miles. Note: video is silent. (June 18)
Baby boutiques are now carrying top fashion trends for toddlers, along with the latest, and priciest, gadgets and gear. (June 18)
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up inside and near a Shiite mosque in Baghdad Tuesday, killing 29 people and reviving fears the country is headed back toward the widespread sectarian bloodshed.(June 18)
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, June 18th: National Security Agency chief testifies on Capitol Hill; U.S. and Taliban will hold talks; Obama lands in Germany for 24-hour visit; Stocks close Tuesday session higher.
Military leaders are ready to begin tearing down the remaining walls that have prevented women from holding thousands of combat and special operations jobs near the front lines. (June 18)
After Superstorm Sandy left so many New Yorkers without power, New York City and phone provider AT&T partner to install 25 solar powered charging stations over the summer. (June 18)
The NYPD's widespread spying programs directed at Muslims have undermined free worship by innocent people and should be declared unconstitutional, according to religious leaders and civil rights advocates who filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday...
General Keith Alexander says two recently disclosed surveillance programs on international communications are critical in the terrorism fight. (June 18)
The Paris Air Show is a platform for the race for sales between Boeing and its European rival Airbus, which is hoping that the event sparks interest in its A350, its long-haul wide-body rival to the 787. (June 18)