Here is visual evidence of the damage the Islamic State did to the ruins of ancient Palmyra, Syria, when the terror group occupied the area.
As cases continue to pile up showing U.S. citizens suffering injury, sexual assault or even death after drinking potentially tainted booze at Mexican resorts, the U.S. Office of Inspector General is taking another look at how the State Department is handling the ongoing deluge of vacation horror stories.
A Texas mother is in jail after hospital staff sounded alarm over a boy who had been seen 323 times at various medical centers and undergone 13 major surgeries in his eight years of life.
Italian authorities have arrested four women related to a notorious Camorra mobster, in the latest crackdown on females who often take over running mafia businesses when their men are serving time.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton selected longtime ally Tina Smith to take over Al Franken’s Senate seat.
Prince Harry's fiancee is set to join Britain's royal family for Christmas.
Meryl Streep has no interest in being a political leader while President Trump is in office.
George Clooney loves his friends so much — and showing it in a major way.
A North Carolina mom pleaded guilty Monday to involuntary manslaughter after her 3-year-old son froze to death outside her house while she was on drugs — but she should soon be free.
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., announced Wednesday he has been diagnosed with “high-risk” prostate cancer
Police say one of Brazil's most wanted drug and arms traffickers has been arrested in neighboring Paraguay.
Aline Griffith, an American-born former model who became a World War II spy and later a member of the Spanish elite as the Countess of Romanoes, died Monday. She was 94.
A trial in Belgium set for next week for the lone surviving suspect in the November 2015 extremist massacres in Paris may be postponed due to the appointment of a defense lawyer.
Massachusetts police say three swastikas were found carved into a desk inside a high school on the first day of Hanukkah.
A Secret Santa helped spread some holiday cheer for some shoppers at a Walmart in New Jersey by paying off nearly $50,000 worth of layaways at the store.
The brother-in-law of former Democratic Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is facing sexual assault charges.
China is collecting DNA and other biometric data from the population in western Xinjiang in a “gross violation” of global norms, Human Right Watch said Wednesday
A series of gruesome discoveries at several London parks has sparked a probe to figure out who's been stabbing and beheading swans.
Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith was appointed Wednesday to temporarily fill the Senate seat of Democratic Sen. Al Franken, who resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct and pressure within his party to leave office.
The trial of a Polish man charged with kidnapping a British model for ransom has opened in Italy.