8 arrested in Vietnam in Essex truck deaths

Police in Vietnam have arrested eight people in connection with the deaths of 39 people found dead in a truck in England last month, Vietnamese state media reported Monday.

The black travel movement keeps growing

"If you look at major campaigns or advertisements for travel -- especially luxury travel -- you don't see brown faces," says Marissa Wilson, general manager of Travel Noire, a media company founded in 2014.

Last suspect released in murder of Kim Jong Nam

The second woman accused of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been released from a Malaysian prison, bringing one of the world's highest-profile murder mysteries to an anticlimactic end after two years of twists and turns.

Abrupt end to Trump-Kim summit prompts sighs of relief

The news that President Donald Trump walked away from negotiations with North Korea early and empty-handed led many experts and lawmakers to heave sighs of relief, even as the summit's abrupt finale raises questions about where things go from here.

Pelosi on N Korea: 'I'm glad that the president walked away'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi argued on Thursday that Kim Jong Un was "a big winner" in the latest negotiations between President Donald Trump and the North Korean leader since he once again had the opportunity to "sit face to face" with the President of the United States, but she said that Trump did the right thing by ultimately walking away from the talks.

Takeaways from the Trump-Kim Hanoi summit

President Donald Trump arrived in Hanoi eager to demonstrate progress in his high-wire diplomacy with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, confident that his personal touch could bring Kim closer to abandoning his nuclear weapons.

Trump slams Democrats over Cohen timing

President Donald Trump slammed Democrats during a news conference Thursday for having scheduled the damning testimony of his former attorney Michael Cohen during his summit with North Korea and accused Cohen of lying.