A short story, buried on the fourth page of the sports supplement: that's how the New York Times, one of America's most globally orientated of newspapers, marked what remains as U.S. Soccer's most sensational result to date and possibly one of the greatest underdog victories of any World Cup.
It's been more than four years since the McStay family went missing, and nearly eight months have passed since their remains were found in the Mojave Desert.
Richard Herman discusses the latest on a fired nanny who has refused to move out of the home of the family.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said early Tuesday that his country will not renew a cease-fire with pro-Russian separatists, vowing instead "we will advance, and we will liberate our land."
A Hamas spokesman warned against escalation, saying if Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "brings a war on Gaza, the gates of hell will open to him."
A charity claiming to help disable veterans now faces a precedent-setting fine. Drew Griffin has the exclusive details.
Hamas will pay a heavy price for the kidnapping and deaths of 3 Israeli teens, says Israel Ambassador to US Ron Dermer.
Israeli military strikes Hamas targets after three missing teens were found dead. Ben Wedeman has the latest.
With their country ravaged by militants, Iraqi lawmakers will meet Tuesday for the first time since elections to try to find a way out of the crisis.