The move, letting settlers keep private Palestinian land, draws a furious reaction from Palestinians.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron says his wife shares his life from morning till night.
A herd of plains bison have been successfully reintroduced to Canada's oldest national park, more than 100 years after they were nearly hunted out of existence.
The European Court of Justice's top adviser suggests Belgium broke EU law in denying Syrians visas.
A Super Bowl commercial that Fox said was too controversial to air was revealed online during half time.
Municipality says the statue will feature in its Park of Honour and Dishonour.
A vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who said he was poisoned in 2015, has suffered "full organ failure" and is still in "grave" condition after being hospitalized in Moscow last week, his wife says.
As a survivor of human trafficking here in the United States, it is difficult to hear people talk about the issue as if it only happens in some remote part of the world. It's difficult because I know that a lack of awareness contributes to the persistence of human trafficking in the United States, and is a barrier to prevention in the form of appropriate policies.
The hazardous terrain and heavy snow continue to hamper the efforts of rescuers.
General Motors sold 10 million cars in a year for the first time in its century-plus history.
The US president's spokesman has caused a bit of a Twitter storm by claiming Mr Trump does not own a bathrobe.
Forget tailoring. Your next dress could be coded.
At least 119 people have died along the Afghan-Pakistani border after three days of heavy snowfall caused a series of deadly avalanches Sunday.
There are several quirks and questionable outfits in this year's Oscars "class photo".
Israel's parliament has passed controversial legislation that aims to legalize about 3,000 housing units built on private Palestinian land in the West Bank.
Israel's parliament passed legislation Monday that aims to legalize about 3,000 housing units built on private Palestinian land in the West Bank.
Russian tourism board etches people's dreams into huge blocks of ice by Lake Baikal.
The suspect confirms his identity and gives his version of events, French judicial sources say.
It is chilling to hear hoary Kremlin propaganda tropes used by the leader of the free world. But that is exactly what President Donald Trump did in his recent Fox News interview, in which he casually accepted that Vladimir Putin was a killer, but said that America was "not so innocent" and had lots of killers too.
The ex-president is accused of illegal campaign financing - but will appeal against the order.