The sun could shine for as long as 16 hours in some parts of the U.S.
The sun is out, which means it's time to slather on the SPF.
Washington refuses to grant visa-free access to people from four east European states and Cyprus.
The Kinks 'Sunny Afternoon' captured the exhalation of a deflating boom of British pop music that ruled the charts.
Due to France's security situation, ministers will have to remain in Paris.
Newsweek's selection of lesser-known but worthwhile events this summer throughout Europe and beyond.
This year's summer solstice coincides with the strawberry moon for the first time since 1967.
After a fairly miserable start to the spring, it looks like summer has finally arrived.
Preparations for the Summer Games have been affecting Rio citizens for the past seven years.
The study found that warming on this scale is "unprecedented" and the result of human influence.
David Wain, Jason Schwartzman and other cast members speak about going back to Camp Firewood for Netflix's "Wet Hot American Summer" prequel, which begins streaming July 31.
Fourteen of the 15 hottest years on record have been in the 21st century.
The icky parasite will make you think twice before jumping into that public pool.
What are you going to listen to when you drive to the coast next weekend? Let us help.
Pools shouldn't even have that "chlorine" smell, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.