After too many episodes of British period drama Downton Abbey, viewers could be forgiven for thinking that modern-day maids scurry about with their eyes downcast, wearing twee aprons and polished shoes.
The United Arab Emirates resumes its participation in airstrikes against ISIS -- its first publicly known foray against the terror group since it suspended attacks over concerns about pilot safety late last year.
James Montague talks about the Ultras White and Knights of Zamalek, who played a role in Egypt's revolution, and asks what's next for these soccer fans. Clashes between police and Zamalek fans left at least 19 dead at a recent soccer match in Egypt.
Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn denied knowing that prostitutes were involved in sex parties he joined, as he took the stand Tuesday for the first time in his high-profile trial on pimping charges.
The family of Kayla Mueller, an American woman held captive by the Islamist terror group ISIS, said Tuesday that it has received confirmation that she is dead. Mueller's relatives on Tuesday released a handwritten letter that they say she wrote while in captivity in spring 2014.
On the eve of a potential crunch meeting over the Ukraine crisis, it seems one key element may be missing: the separatist leaders whose pro-Russian forces are battling with Ukrainian soldiers for control of eastern Ukraine.