Only on a special occasion would you see a man in an armchair strapped atop a green Mini driving down the street.
Chicopee’s Josh Devine disappeared from a scuba diving boat in Thailand in April and his family is still searching for answers.
People in Japan are going wild for a finely-detailed lollipop that looks like the Earth.
Japanese farmers offer up heart-shaped mandarins.
French investigators have formally identified a washed-up piece of airplane debris found in July.
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski has become the 34th vote President Obama needs to ensure the nuclear agreement with Iran goes through.
The claim alleges the San Francisco Sheriff’s Dept. is to blame for releasing an illegal immigrant
A “flood of humanity” has become Europe’s largest migrant crisis since WWII. Thousands are fleeing war, poverty, corruption, and oppression.
U.S. stocks closed out their worst month in 3 years. Tuesday’s drop dashed hopes that the market’s wild swings were coming to an end.
The church views abortion as such grave sin that, until now, a Catholic woman who wanted to repent could not simply go to her parish priest.
Japan’s Olympic Committee says it will withdraw its 2020 logo choice amid claims of copyright infringement.
Thai prime minister says that the bombing suspect was arrested near the Cambodian border.
As warmer temperatures become part of our everyday lives, it has a very big part of our earth changing rapidly.
As arctic ice melts, it’s making it easier to access more of its rich natural resources. Russia is among those most interested.
Today is International Overdose Awareness Day. Find out why some say this problem needs attention on more than just one day.
For the first time, Turkish jets Friday took part in U.S. led coalition airstrikes against ISIS.
Authorities in Haiti say three men on a motorcycle have shot and killed a former national police director and a retired Boston police office…
Soldiers who chose to fight for the United States and against their ancestral homeland of Japan gather in Nevada.
Twenty people are still missing on the Caribbean island of Dominica, as Tropical Storm Erika continues to move westward.
The latest track has Tropical Storm Erika potentially hitting Florida early next week, but there is actually some good news.