Report: Economic growth failing to help poorest kidsReport: Economic growth failing to help poorest kidsGlobal resolve to rescue impoverished children from lives of squalor, disease and hunger has fallen short, UNICEF says
Extreme weather events linked to climate change, study saysExtreme weather events linked to climate change, study saysStudy: Weather events are becoming more severe due to man-made climate change.
Doctors build mobile tech to save kids' livesDoctors build mobile tech to save kids' livesStart-up THINKmd is on a mission to save the world's children from needless deaths
Ephraim: Last chance at plant sale and breakfastEphraim: Last chance at plant sale and breakfastIt was a shock to hear that John Maring died Tuesday
Coming eventsComing eventsEvents for this week.
West Salem man helping rebuild in NepalWest Salem man helping rebuild in NepalRay Arana, 57, is providing relief to those most affected by the earthquakes in Nepal
Marines earn medal for typhoon relief in the PhilippinesMarines earn medal for typhoon relief in the PhilippinesMarines who rushed to assist people in the Philippines following the deadly 2013 typhoon there are eligible for the Humanitarian Service Medal.
Filipinos: Pacquiao 'is still our hero'Filipinos: Pacquiao 'is still our hero'Sadness and disappointment gripped Filipinos after Manny Pacquiao's defeat in his much-anticipated fight.
U.S. troops survey need for military relief efforts in NepalU.S. troops survey need for military relief efforts in NepalAbout 20 troops from Okinawa have arrived in Nepal to help with relief efforts after an earthquake ravaged the country April 25.
Philippines liberty policy was decades in the makingPhilippines liberty policy was decades in the makingThe strict liberty policy during Balikatan 2015 exercise in the Philippines comes amid tension in the fractious alliance.
Thousands of Filipinos told to move out of typhoon's pathThousands of Filipinos told to move out of typhoon's pathWinds and rains will start battering the eastern seaboard of the main island of Luzon late Saturday .
The world's riskiest cities for natural disastersThe world's riskiest cities for natural disastersMore than half of the riskiest cities in the world for natural disasters reside in just four countries.
Typhoon humanitarian medal application coming soonTyphoon humanitarian medal application coming soonThe Humanitarian Service Medal has been approved for award to airmen and other U.S. service members who participated in Operation Damayan, the massive Pacific Command relief effort that followed Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in fall 2013.
Humanitarian Service medal approved for Philippine reliefHumanitarian Service medal approved for Philippine reliefMore than 13,000 soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines eligible for Humanitarian Service Medal for Philippine relief.
David Beckham launches new UNICEF FundDavid Beckham launches new UNICEF FundDavid Beckham launched a new UNICEF project, 7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund, in London on Monday.
- Asia & Pacific
Australia Gives Philippines Two Naval Landing CraftAustralia Gives Philippines Two Naval Landing CraftAustralia is donating two decommissioned military landing craft to the Philippines after the archipelago struggled with relief efforts following Super Typhoon Haiyan, it was announced Sunday.
Peace Corps influences Fox Cities family, communityPeace Corps influences Fox Cities family, communitySarina Ufi volunteered in part because her parents met through the organization.
Pope Francis leaves Manila, overwhelmed by millionsPope Francis leaves Manila, overwhelmed by millionsPope Francis flew home Monday after a weeklong trip to Asia
Pope leaves Manila after drawing record crowd of 6 millionPope leaves Manila after drawing record crowd of 6 millionPope Francis drew what Filipino officials says was a record crowd of 6 million faithful in a Manila park.
Record 6 million turn out for pope's final day in ManilaRecord 6 million turn out for pope's final day in ManilaRecord 6 million turn out for pope's final day in Manila
Record 6 million turn out for pope in ManilaRecord 6 million turn out for pope in ManilaPope Francis ended his Asian pilgrimage with an appeal to protect young from sin and vice
Record 6 million turn out for pope's final day on Asian tourRecord 6 million turn out for pope's final day on Asian tourThe huge crowds poured into the city's streets and thronged Rizal Park, where the pope's final Mass was held
Pope leaves Asia after record 6M attend MassPope leaves Asia after record 6M attend MassThe estimate included people in the park and surrounding areas, and along the motorcade route.
Pope braves storm to visit typhoon-hit Philippine cityPope braves storm to visit typhoon-hit Philippine city6 million people are expected to attend Pope Francis’ mass in Manila on Sunday
Raw: Pope greets faithful in eastern PhilippinesRaw: Pope greets faithful in eastern PhilippinesPope Francis travelled to the far eastern Philippines on Saturday to comfort survivors of Typhoon Haiyan, then cut his own trip short because of another approaching storm. (Jan. 17)
Soaked pope comforts typhoon survivors, shortens tripSoaked pope comforts typhoon survivors, shortens tripA church volunteer died after being hit by scaffolding after the Mass.
Pope says "I am here" to Haiyan survivorsPope says "I am here" to Haiyan survivorsPope Francis comforts survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, where thousands are gathered despite bad weather. Michaela Cabrera reports. Video provided by Reuters