The tablet was discovered in the early 1900s, but researchers have since puzzled over its function.
That wasn't the only gap in the nation's political knowledge.
Europe has been asked to help erect an electronic fence at Libya’s southern borders.
The French president didn’t get much of a honeymoon at home.
Raül Romeva tells Newsweek the province does not have an unusual problem with radicalization.
"Political pessimism" may discourage working-class people from campaigning.
The ACLU has decided to defend people that many of its supporters dislike.
The arterial street is always thronged with tourists and locals shopping, eating and taking the air.
Krasimir Karakachanov, Bulgaria's defense minister, wants to use military means to protect the EU's external borders.
The British government is searching for a solution to a very sensitive question.
The church still has the option of pursuing a civil case against the filmmakers.
A book on the U.K.'s referendum to leave the European Union will be turned into a six-part series, reports say.
The "identitarian" activists played down reports of trouble.
The account sports a profile photo of Damore wearing a custom T-shirt parodying the Google logo and reading “Goolag.”
The trick is to show up early, experts say.
The suspect has been taken into custody at a police station in South London.
Diana responded: “That’s rich! They get to decide whether I divorce.”
Some 55 percent to 60 percent of reports this year related to alleged involvement with the Islamic State militant group (ISIS).
"There are numerous fairy forts in that area," Danny Healy-Rae said. "I know that they are linked."
The 33-year-old victim fell into the path of an oncoming bus.