Saturday marks the second day of Pope Francis’ historic four-day historic pilgrimage to Iraq. The Pope met with Iraq’s Grand Ayatollah, calling for interfaith unity. Chris Livesay
The British royal family and the U.K. press are already pushing back in anticipation of an interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The two-hour interview with Oprah airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on
Pope Francis is on the second day of his momentous four-day visit to Iraq. Iraqi security forces are deploying nearly 10,000 personnel to protect the pope as he embarks on his first international
The meeting in Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani’s humble home was months in the making, with every detail painstakingly discussed and negotiated between the ayatollah’s office and the
The $2.4 billion rover working in near flawless fashion as scientists plan initial exploration.
Pope Francis became the first pope to step foot in Iraq, where he is spending four days calling for an end to violence. Chris Livesay shares more.
In the latest escalation between the royal family and Meghan, the former actress tells Oprah that she feels liberated being able to make her own choices and speak for herself. Charlie D’Agata
There have been more than 3,100 earthquakes on the peninsula in the past 48 hours.
The couple said the press was one of the driving forces behind their decision to move to the U.S., but the royal family has relied on the media for generations to shore up support.
David Morris said he was “stunned” to see a giant vessel seemingly suspended over the surface of the sea. It’s a truly “superior mirage.”