R. Kelly may not be welcome in Australia.
There are 50 days to go until Britain leaves the European Union and still no one knows how it will happen, if at all.
India's new central bank governor just gave the country its first interest rate cut in six months ahead of elections in which the health of the economy will play a key role.
Two boys in their early teens swing sledgehammers, knocking down what remains of a wall. Another is hauling pieces of wood across the rubble-strewn dirt in front of the house, or what was the house of Qais Diab Al-Sharina.
SoftBank CEO Masa Son has taken a page out of Warren Buffett's playbook, sending the Japanese company's shares soaring.
There's a reason that ghost towns are empty. Maybe a nearby precious resource, like oil or gold, was wholly depleted. Perhaps it was a natural disaster, or a man-made one. The highway was rerouted, or the river diverted. Maybe disease struck, or famine.
Under cover of darkness, the activists use bolt croppers to cut through the airport's perimeter fence, squeezing through the gap they've created and running across the open tarmac towards their target: a plane, readying for take-off.
It's dry, barren and sparse. The otherworldly landscapes of northern Chile's Atacama Desert could easily be from Mars.
Before the sun has shone its morning light on KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, Mhlengi Gwala has biked 65 kilometers and run at least five along its beautiful coast.
WhatsApp has a powerful platform in India. Sometimes too powerful.
The Summer of Love may be one for the history books, but you can't get far in San Francisco without being reminded of what it once was.
For the first time, Pope Francis has acknowledged the sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops as a "problem" in the Catholic Church, saying that "we've been working on this for some time."
Behind him, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sat in a white suit jacket and blouse. Before him, a block of female lawmakers donned a range of white outfits and visibly unimpressed expressions. Even his daughter Tiffany was pictured in white, with social media speculating that the choice may have been more than a coincidence.
Snapchat didn't add any users last quarter, but it didn't lose any either. For some companies, that might not be great news; for Snapchat, it's enough to get Wall Street positively ecstatic.
The north magnetic pole has been drifting so fast that it could be a problem for smartphone maps and navigation systems.
The Trump administration may be negotiating an exit from Afghanistan, but Russia is stepping up its game there.
The commander of US Central Command, which oversees military operations in the Middle East, said Tuesday he "was not consulted" prior to President Donald Trump's December announcement that the US would withdraw its troops from Syria.
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