Switzerland's military has been banned from leaving its bases after a soldier tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus
Scientists are interested in these submarine crannies because they sit on the front lines of oceanic climate change
An eerie quiet has settled upon normally teeming streets and squares as many residents opt to stay home.
One of the tornadoes caused severe damage across downtown Nashville, destroying the stained glass in a historic church and leaving hundreds of people homeless.
More than 1,300 delegates — or about a third of the total — are at play on Super Tuesday.
At least four people have died and hundreds affected by heavy rains that have been lashing Rio de Janeiro since Saturday, causing severe floods.
The 78-year-old billionaire as a meatball in sauce? "I don't really think it worked," one Democratic strategist said.
The former NYC mayor's 'Super Tuesday strategy' comes into play as voters head to the polls across the country.
Although some animal species have worked out how to thrive in manmade environments, many more are struggling.
Confused about why Europe is facing a fresh migrant crisis? Read our explainer.
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The outcome is uncertain following the president's nominees Gorsuch and Kavanaugh joining the bench.
Smoke was seen in the skies near Idlib, Syria on Tuesday air strikes on the towns of Al-Bara, to the south of the city, and Balyun.
Klobuchar exited the Democratic primary race Monday after she came in sixth place in the South Carolina primary on Saturday.
The biggest day on the Democratic presidential calendar could establish a front-runner, lock in a two-person race and settle the fate of wild cards.
Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupted spewing a plume of ash above Java on Tuesday morning, March 3.
Bernie Sanders is up in California, home of the biggest trove of delegates, although Joe Biden's big South Carolina win appears to be registering in recent surveys.
"Even if we don't say that the U.S. is defeated in Afghanistan, it's an open secret now that they are," a member of the Taliban's Haqqani network said.