Conservation groups say a record number of Southern right whales were counted this year in Argentina's Patagonia region.
Today, the Islamic State controls just three percent of Iraq after controlling one-third of the country two years ago, but American officials say an old nemesis in the region continues to stoke tensions inside the country, creating another immediate challenge once ISIS is defeated.
Democrats love to weaponize Gold Star families against the GOP and mainstream media outlets are seemingly approaching the families of dead soldiers one by one in an attempt to find the next controversy surrounding President Trump.
Where mortality and housework meet.
Togo's security minister says at least five people have been killed in clashes between security forces and opposition supporters demonstrating for presidential term limits.
So far, the third time isn't the charm for President Donald Trump's travel ban.
Jury selection for the trial of a man charged in the 2015 killing of a New Orleans police officer came to an abrupt end after the suspect smeared feces over his face and head while seated in the courtroom.
The number of people missing in the deadliest and most destructive series of wildfires in California history peaked at more than 2,000 in the hardest hit county but now stands at 50, with authorities believing nearly all of them will be found alive.
Court records show investigators seized computer equipment and a notebook containing "personal writings" from the Louisiana home of a white man suspected of killing two black men and shooting up a black family's home.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Wednesday he is going to conflict-torn Central African Republic next week to spotlight growing communal tensions, spreading violence and deteriorating humanitarian situation as well as highlight the work of U.N. peacekeepers.
Police in Virginia have shot and killed one person and wounded two others inside a pickup truck after authorities said the occupants displayed a gun and drove toward the officers.
A federal employee living in Illinois was arrested Monday after he allegedly tried to entice young girls on the internet to send him illicit pictures and threatened them with rape and violence.
U.S. citizen Caitlan Coleman, her Canadian husband, Joshua Boyle, and their three children were released in Pakistan earlier this month after spending five years held by the militant Haqqani network.
Prosecutors are dismissing charges against a man who spent three decades in prison for a Massachusetts rape conviction based in part on a strand of hair.
A judge in Chile has sentenced 35 former agents of Gen. Augusto Pinochet's feared secret police for the kidnapping, detention and forced disappearance of a pregnant woman in 1976.
This is the story of how an office supply glitch became a major irritant between the United States and one of its close security partners.
Today was a big day for fans of “Harry Potter” and Broadway, of which there are many, as tickets for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" in New York City, went on sale.
President Donald Trump expressed his support for the Republican candidate for Virginia governor on Thursday night – and accused the Democrat of “fighting for the violent MS-13.”
Virginia voters give Ralph Northam better personal ratings and prefer him on the issues -- and that puts the Democrat ahead of Republican Ed Gillespie in the governor’s race.
The White House came out strongly Wednesday against a Washington Post article claiming that President Trump failed to send a promised check for $25,000 to the father of a soldier killed overseas.