Performance injuries can be something of an occupational hazard for a rockstar.
The Spanish constitutional court has suspended the vote and the central government considers it to be illegal.
Counter demonstrators sought to block the protest, which coincided with Yom Kippur.
NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars monitors space weather and spotted an unusual solar event.
There is evidence to support a role for the Russian propaganda machine in playing up the tensions in the region.
A police review also judged that officers didn't use excessive force when handcuffing and detaining Bennett at gunpoint.
The former president looked happy to meet the young royal again.
Spain is far from descending into full-scale conflict. But the Catalan independence debate has the potential to prove seriously destabilizing.
The common phrase covers a wide array of possibilities.
Authorities say evacuees will have to wait out the activity.
The Playboy founder saw himself as a campaigner for progressive causes, including sexual liberation.
Energy harvested from the evaporation of water might be able to provide up to 70 percent of U.S. demand for electricity.
The Catholic country may change its constitution to weaken protections that make abortion illegal.
The couple receive some public money for official business.
Researchers established the maximum possible population size for the isolated island’s civilization in its heyday.
The base was established in Djibouti in July alongside growing Chinese influence in Africa.
As predicted, Angela Merkel is set to win, but there's a lot going on behind the headline.
The party calls for a crackdown on asylum seekers and has said that Islam is not compatible with German values.
Germans appear to have looked at the uncertainty in Britain and the U.S. after votes for Brexit and Donald Trump and plumped for stability.
Derided as boring, there's actually good reasons to watch closely when Germans go to the polls on Sunday.
Austria's government will have to ban several face coverings to avoid accusations of discrimination on religious grounds—and that means the law needs a lot of caveats.
Kim Jong-Un has really stepped up the rhetoric by resurrecting an insult from the 14th century.