But most of the 162 on board still remain missing.
The sanctions affect three North Korean entities, including a government intelligence agency and a North Korean arms dealer.
After a turbulent year marred by terror woes, Ebola outbreaks and a horrific series of airline disasters, many could be forgiven for saying …
An official was on an aircraft and saw what appeared to be more wreckage under the water.
The war in Afghanistan came to a formal end Sunday with a ceremony in Kabul.
Malaysia-based AirAsia has a good safety record and had never lost a plane before.
It was forced to limit orders of fries to small portions at more than 3,000 restaurants in Japan.
Sony said the movie “will be in a number of theaters on Christmas Day.”
The White House and the State Department declined to say whether the U.S. government was responsible.
Uber initially had that application rejected by the U.S. Patent Office, but it is appealing that decision.
Elton John and David Furnish planned a celebration at their estate near Windsor Castle west of London.
TEPCO removed 1,331 units of spent fuel as well as 200 units of unspent fuel from the fuel pool of the Number 4 reactor building.
Based on all available data a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected and there is no tsunami threat to Hawaii.
Visitors flock to zoo to see twin giant panda cubs in Wakayama Prefecture in Japan.
The regime says if the U.S. refuses to a mutual investigation to find the culprits, it will be met with “serious consequences.”
Former vice president of Korean Air was questioned by authorities in “nut rage” incident
The Human Rights Foundation has been working with groups in South Korea to drop balloons into the North that are filled with banned items.