In an historic first, scientists have broadcast live footage showing the exploration of the depths of the Indian Ocean
Italy's top court has opened a probe into a sentence by an Ancona appeals court that found the victim in a rape case was "too ugly to be raped".
The defeat comes only 17 days before the United Kingdom is due to leave the E.U., raising the question of whether Brexit will occur on the scheduled date or at all.
As of last week, it appeared that the House-passed resolution would have enough support in the Republican-controlled Senate to pass.
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The U.S. and the Taliban have a draft agreement on U.S. troop withdrawal and the insurgency's pledge to cut ties with al Qaeda and other terror groups.
State investigators are seeking records from Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank on Trump projects as a result of Michael Cohen's congressional testimony.
Police are determining what led to the Michigan teenager's fatal fall.
A British-led scientific mission to document changes taking place beneath the Indian Ocean broadcast its first live, television-quality video images from a two-person submersible early Tuesday.
Analysis: No, the speaker won't move to impeach the president if she doesn't have the votes — but her committees are doing the work right now.
"Remain in Mexico" has been in place since January and is meant to curb the number of asylum seekers DHS must detain while they await court hearings.
A huge abandoned secret military complex hidden inside a fenced-off pine forest in eastern Germany is no longer off limits.
Residents of the Greek mountain town of Sochos, northeast of Thessaloniki, celebrated the beginning of Lent on Monday with a carnival and procession dating back to ancient times.
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Austria is set to release a "code of conduct" for hikers visiting the Alpine pastures after a German tourist was trampled by cows.
Scientists say a large solar event could wreak havoc on power grids.
Wealthy families paid fraudsters to take entry tests or create fake sports profiles to get their children into top universities.
There was little criticism Tuesday of her comment that impeaching President Trump might not be "worth it," despite the rising number of Democrats who support the idea.
Coming from a profession known for difficult-to-read legalese, this was unusually clear language from the UK's Attorney General Geoffrey Cox.
Two people dead after avalanche in Scottish Highlands