The US says it is willing to resolve the North Korean crisis by diplomatic means, whilst forging ahead in the preparation of its new missile defence system.
People in North Carolina were paying attention to rising rivers Tuesday after storms gave the state its worst drenching since a damaging hurricane late last…
The families, supported by activists, have been highly critical of the government's handling of the case.
Security forces clashed with opposition protesters for another day, as the death toll from the anti-government unrest reaches at least 29.
The Trump administration has proposed slashing tax rates for businesses and on overseas corporate profits returned to the US in an ambitious bid to boost the…
Scientists have developed a pouch that mimics the environment of the womb and the functions of the placenta.
The film director Jonathan Demme, best known for “The Silence of the Lambs” has died at the age of 73.
Twitter - the social media platform beloved by US president Donald Trump - saw its shares surgeafter it added a lot more users that had been expected.
Uber stated ambitions to test a flying taxi service by 2020 to go into operation by 2023 at their inaugural Elevate Summit in Dallas, Texas.
Indigenous people and police have clashed near Brasilia’s congressional building, during a protest over land disputes.
A US judge has blocked an executive order that seeks to withhold funds from so-called ‘sanctuary cities’ – areas where local policies have been put in place to protect undocumented…
President Trump says he wants to unveil a tax reform plan as early as Wednesday but there's speculation it will just be tax cuts without details.
President of the Unites States, Donald Trump had a phone call from the International Space Station (ISS) and talked with two American astronauts, Jack Fisher, and ISS Commander Peggy…
Around 2,000 small-scale farmers came together in the Argentine capital on Monday (April 24) to hand out 20 tonnes of produce to members of the public as part of a demonstration calling for improved w
At least three people were reportedly killed in Venezuela on Monday, as anti-government protests continued.
Mass sit-ins in Venezuela, as anti-government protesters keep up the pressure for early elections.
For his first public appearance since leaving the White House Barack Obama chose to address what he called "the next generation of leaders" - in this case students at the University of Chicago in his
By Peter Van Voorhis In the 1960s, activists at the University of California, Berkeley started the American free speech movement, where millions of students across the country fought for free speech r