The earthquake swarm began six weeks ago and is ongoing.
A month since the death of American tourist Otto Warmbier, who had suffered brain damage while under arrest in North Korea, the country shows the world what it has to offer, besides imprisonment.
Located beyond Pluto, 2014 MU69 will be the farthest object ever encountered by any spacecraft.
The Philippines military said child soldiers are among the fighters left in the embattled city.
The U.S. president has repeatedly called on China to contain the North Korea threat.
The Valongo Wharf was described as "the most important physical trace of the arrival of African slaves on the American continent."
Congressman Darrell Issa has brought the Antony Castro's case to the attention of the State Department.
Okinoshima Island is home to sacred shrines of the Shinto religion, Japan’s largest faith.
Actress Ornella Muti was found guilty of aggravated fraud.
Born and raised in Castel Volturno, photographer Giovanni Izzo focuses his work around the stories of deprivation, exploitation and criminality populating the streets he grew up in.
The president invited the global community to unite in condemnation of the country's latest missile test.
The document’s fiery language of revolt against tyranny inflamed those who see Trump as an autocrat.
The Canadian PM also went for a run with his Irish counterpart.
A Cuban state-owned agency wants to reopen a few of the once-popular inns, known as “posadas.”
Crimes include revealing secrets, harassing a mobster's family and disobeying the boss.
Authorities detained seven people, including American Lauryn Elaine.
Hie wife and relatives signed him into the institution where he was later diagnosed with "sexual preference disorder"
Sunday's protest in Copacabana beach followed the fatal shooting of a 76-year-old woman and her daughter.
The Spanish-language version of the White House website was taken down but the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency launched one in May.
Despite thousands of “spontaneous returns” by displaced Syrians, the United Nations doesn’t think the country is safe yet.
Announcing a new pipeline between the two countries, he said: “We have to dig down a little deeper under that section.”
In Ohio and D.C., women protested anti-choice bills in outfits inspired by the dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale.
The Instagram account for which Oscar Perez claims responsibility has more than 200,000 followers.
The journalist tweeted the video of the encounter, describing it as a “bizarre moment."
Medical travel is becoming more popular as millions of Americans fear losing their health care coverage or face long waiting times.
The Trump administration's support for anti-sanctuary city laws also face more legal hurdles.