The world is in outrage as Donald Trump gets support, even from those who aren’t sure they’ll vote for him.
TripAdvisor announces the top museums in the world and throughout the U.S. based on millions of reviews and opinions.
It’s a global struggle. What to do with more than half a million refugees seeking asylum in Europe.
Actor Tom Cruise flew across the Colombian Andes just 10 minutes before a small plane crash killed two crew members from his upcoming movie.
High winds were to blame for the toppling of a massive crane that smashed into Mecca’s Grand Mosque and killed at least 107 people.
At least 89 people were killed at a restaurant in India on Saturday by a series of explosions involving a gas cylinder and mine detonators.
Withdrawal of 2020 logo at center of plagiarism dispute will cost Tokyo more than $1 million.
Several events in Western Mass will remember the lives lost on 9/11
Scientists say they’ve discovered a new member of the human family tree.
Surpassing the 63-year, seven month reign of Queen Victoria, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II made history on Wednesday.
Critics of the Iran Nuclear Deal don’t appear to have the votes to derail it, but that’s not keeping them from making a lot of noise.
Buckingham Palace marked the event by releasing an official photograph of the queen.
World leaders are urging nations to accept refugees fleeing Syria. President Obama hasn’t said if the United States will accept these migran…
Clinton is calling for a “concerted global effort” to assist the hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Middle East, Africa and Asia see…
It’s been a long and very difficult journey for many of the thousands of people seeking asylum in Western Europe.
US dentist in lion hunt that prompted outrage says he acted legally, and will return to work
Walter Palmer says that he believes that he acted legally when he killed the beloved lion during a hunting trip in Zimbabwe.
The United States and the European Union project themselves as models for the world when it comes to democracy and human rights.
Some Native Americans say the pope’s apology is not a real reckoning with the church’s history of abusing Native Americans.
Thousands of exhausted, elated people fleeing their homelands reached their dream destinations of Germany and Austria on Saturday.