The pontiff faces his most difficult official overseas visit, but what are his biggest challenges?
Thirty-something Jessica was eager to get pregnant, but her relationships kept failing. It was time for a totally new approach.
The unusual sight surprises motorists before prompting a brief chase and some fun online.
Selvarani Kanagarasu, a daily wage labourer from India, shuns marriage to take care of a bull.
A German court has sentenced "Auschwitz bookkeeper" Oskar Groening, 96, to four years in prison.
Four Donald Trump supporters share their views on the president's first year in office.
Several people are injured the blast, which is not related to terrorism, Belgian police say.
Participants at Washington's Martin Luther King parade reflect on Trump's remarks about Haiti, African and Central American countries.
The US president says he has been "totally misrepresented" by a senator who said he used a racial slur.
Footage captures the moment a child was dropped from a burning building in Georgia.
Prime Minister Mihai Tudose resigns as his party withdraws its backing amid internal power struggles.
Human body lice, rather than rat fleas, spread plague during the Black Death, a study simulating the outbreak suggests.
British jets were scrambled to monitor two Russian bombers approaching UK airspace, the RAF says.
At least 35 people die and 90 are injured in a double attack on a square used by day labourers.
The group oppose a rule in El Cajon, California, which prohibits food sharing in public places.
The Argentine navy submarine went missing two months ago in the Atlantic with 44 crew on board.
A teacher and 11 children were slashed at a school in Perm when two boys ran amok with knives.
They are accused of sharing explicit videos of two 15-year-olds via Facebook Messenger.
Authorities in Toronto say the incident alleged to have taken place last Friday never occurred.
The two Koreas are discussing the North's participation in the games - after months of tensions.
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