Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's decision to resign early came weeks after Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev ended his own decades-long reign, but many other leaders seem set to stay.
The Vikings are more popular than ever—but we know surprisingly little about their everyday lives.
"I'm African-American, and my ancestors picked cotton. Why would I want my son to pick cotton and think it's fun?"
"You've gone outside of your curriculum to introduce a racist exercise. Who authorized that?," Loudoun NAACP Chapter President Michelle Thomas said.
"Vietnam stands ready to share its experience in national construction, socio-economic development and international integration," an offer that may interest North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
The canyon was first found by Europeans in 1541.
Scientists shed light on the mysterious group.
By hosting direct talks with the Taliban, a former U.S. ambassador to Kabul said, "We have ourselves delegitimized the government we claim to support."
The rover sent back the first photo of the "dark side" of the moon.
Christmas is celebrated in different ways around the world.
John Bolton, Trump's national security adviser, has laid out the administration's strategy for Africa.
The president brushed off a report that said climate change would cost the U.S. billions and billions of dollars. That's not entirely surprising.
Researchers think the aerial explosion could have destroyed the city in an instant.
A recent South Korea court ruling has stirred anger in Japan just as the U.S. may need them both the most in order to advance peace talks with North Korea.
Many of the candidates thought the word meant the same as "significant."
The woman was buried with ostrich egg beads and pottery.
Opposition to Trump and a growing tribal political network converged to bring more native women into politics than ever before.
This election cycle could see the first Muslim congresswoman, the first female African-American governor and the youngest woman to ever be elected to Congress.
Russian Colonel General Vladimir Shamanov is the latest in Moscow to warn of a repeat to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
While El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are not undergoing any active conflicts, they have been scarred by wars fueled in part by the U.S.
Scientists have discovered that our relationship with the rich cacao bean goes back much further than previously thought.