“I hugged her, I cried, and I still thank her every day. Because honestly, in that matter, two seconds makes a huge difference.”
The Malanda Millaa Millaa Road was only recently repaired, but it did not hold up well in the sun.
"Shoah" was hailed as a masterpiece and a landmark in Western engagement with the events of the Holocaust.
Two men were arrested for burning Salma al-Sharif’s car, but officials said it was an isolated incident.
These are the most outlandish things we know—or think we know—about Vladimir Putin
Aaron Gibbons becomes first victim of fatal polar bear attack in Canadian territory of Nunavut for 18 years.
The Lord Mayor of Sheffield made his declaration on Twitter.
All three were killed by a broken power cable left dangling after a storm.
The man and woman who fell ill in Amesbury were exposed to the same nerve agent that hospitalized a former Russian agent and his daughter.
At least 31 people drowned when the overloaded vessel sank in Indonesia.
They are set to meet July 16 in Helsinki, Finland.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's hardline rhetoric is earning him a key ally among the country's military elite.
Canadians urge one another to go #TrumpFree as payback for the tariffs imposed by the White House.
Siri appeared to mistake the British Defense Secretary's utterance of the word "Syria" with its own name, and began speaking to him mid-sentence.
Whether you’re firing up the grill, letting off a barrage of fireworks or simply wrapping yourself in Old Glory, chances are you’ll be using something made in China.
This year North Korea recognizes July Fourth differently.
With 17 cities on the list, Brazil has the lion’s share of violent places. Mexico comes in second with 12 cities on the list.
More than people estimated to have died so far, but cooler temperatures are on the way.
It took over 50 firefighters to put out the flames caused by one unfortunate animal who torched around 13 football fields' worth of land in northern Germany.
A shopping center was set alight during the unrest.
Chief judge Malgorzata Gersdorf refuses order by conservative Law and Justice Party.
Previous small schemes showed it took up to 15 hours of police work to respond to a traffic violation caught.
“I don’t want to go around surrounded by bodyguards…I want the people to look after me,” the president-elect has previously said.
The suspected poisoning incident occurred a few miles away from where former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were attacked with a nerve agent.
It’s still too dangerous there, authorities say.
Once downloaded, the programs let operatives use a device's camera and microphone to collect information.
The boys are shown introducing themselves and thanking everyone involved in the ongoing rescue attempt.
Many also defended the Kentucky woman, pointing out trophy hunting was perfectly legal in many countries and arguing it contributes to conservation management efforts.
The whereabouts and fate of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi himself remain unknown.
“Nicaraguan families should not have to keep counting the dead day after day.”