Schools are shut and flights have been cancelled as a major snow storm strikes in the north east of the country.
President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hold a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House.
A man is arrested for arson after fire engulfed a packed carriage during evening rush hour.
A Tanzanian tourist guide is arrested for his 'fake translation' of a woman's innocent compliment.
Skiing is not the greenest of sports but some resorts are working to lessen its environmental impact.
EU leaders are turning to Russia as they seek to stabilize Libya, stem the flow of migrants departing its shores for Europe and combat Islamist terrorism.
Pictures of Finland and Slovakia used for Lithuania's "Real is Beautiful" campaign.
Russia says its jets bombed co-ordinates provided by Turkey - a claim the Turkish military rejects.
"When I seen it, it was game-on," says the Pennsylvania man who caught the scared doe.
How an Australian man's boxing broadcast sparked memes, legal threats and a complex debate.
Three men and a girl of 16 are found with bomb-making materials in a police raid in Montpellier.
The court deemed satirist Jan Boehmermann's poem about Turkey's president "abusive and defamatory".
The "caliphate" declared by the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS) will lose its last two cities of any consequence -- Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria -- within months, according to the senior U.S. general in the region.
The BBC's Mark Lowen explains why a draft new constitution for Turkey is encountering such fierce opposition.
Kenya's president appeals for international aid after declaring drought a national disaster.
At least 18 people were injured Friday evening after a man started a fire on a crowded Hong Kong metro train, police said.
'Fox, you stole the Goose' song removed from Limburg bell tower repertoire to appease upset vegan.
The BBC's Steve Rosenberg meets a "Humpty Dumpty" hacker on the run in Estonia.