An explosion kills at least two people at a Mexico City maternity hospital, Uganda uses drones to protect wildlife, and more news from around the world.
The daring Ohioan dug up a fortune lost in a mid-19th century storm, only to disappear when investors in his recovery project starting clamoring for their share.
Documents called "disruption warrants" will let Canada's spies do just about anything in the name of stopping terrorist attacks.
Is a cop feeling threatened a good enough reason for them to open fire on a moving vehicle?
The twice-failed candidate and living embodiment of the income gap announced Friday that he's bowing out of the 2016 presidential race.
It sounds like a better deal for students, but really it's about using them as cash cows.
Earlier this month, a street performer known as "Sorcerer" was beheaded by militants. Why are these extremists so angry at sleight-of-hand artists?
It is the first time that a senior administration official has stated on the record that the remote island, leased by the UK to the US since the 1960s, was part of the CIA's global network of black sites.
Dread Pirate Roberts said that a loudmouth on Silk Road "is a liability and I wouldn't mind if he was executed."
It's all about the economy, there's not much word on the environment or bikie laws, and Tony Abbott has been a complete no-show.
The incident began at the site of the notorious concentration camp and lasted about six hours, feeding concern about resurgent anti-Semitism in Europe.
The opening day of the inquest confirmed media rumors that investigators found that fragments from police bullets killed Katrina Dawson, and raised questions about the gunfight that ended the siege.
According to Human Rights Watch's 2015 World Report, Australia isn't doing great.
Barring a last-minute intervention, Robert Ladd will be put to death by lethal injection, capping a decades-long legal battle centering on longstanding claim that he is mentally disabled.
A Denver bakery faces a religious discrimination complaint after refusing to frost cakes with anti-gay slogans.
Last year a YouTube video of Andrew Kalleen getting hassled and arrested by NYPD cops got shared all over the internet, and now the busker has decided to fight City Hall.
She's taking a hard line on marijuana legalization and civil asset forfeiture.
An ex-con became a professional criminal-justice-reform advocate thanks to a program that lets felons learn alongside students from outside prison walls.
Though leftists won control of the government, the fascist Golden Dawn is the third most popular party in Greece at the moment.
Maybe the Dublin school should have invited some gay-bashers to balance things out.
Documents released after the Ferguson grand jury declined to indict officer Darren Wilson revealed a troubled investigation and inconsistent testimony. In the middle of it all was the bizarre journey taken by Wilson's duty belt.
Tony Abbott reinstated knighthoods without consulting his party colleagues, and didn't consult them about awarding the honor to Prince Philip. Now he faces open rebellion over his praise for the British Monarchy.
From bushfires to falling food production and public transport breakdowns, Australia will be one of the most affected countries in the world.
Last Sunday Indonesian author and Islamic cleric Felix Siauw tweeted a 17-point manifesto decrying selfies as a sin. In response, thousands of Indonesians took selfies with the hashtag #selfie4siauw.