After months aboard the International Space Station, Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko are coming home.
Donald Trump continues to maintain close ties to his businesses, prompting questions over how he’ll keep those interests separate from the White House.
In 1997, David Wolf cast his ballot in microgravity. This year, he’s happy to wait in line on Earth.
The battle for Mosul continues, Donald Trump received more criticism for threatening to sue his female accusers, and more from across the United States and around the world.
New research estimates there are 2 trillion galaxies in the observable region of the cosmos, an order of magnitude more than previously thought.
The president wants to send humans to Mars by the 2030s, but his administration has done little to achieve that goal.
A Maryland man who worked for Booz Allen Hamilton has been charged with stealing classified materials.
Belgian officials are investigating the stabbing of two officers Wednesday as a terrorist act.
The Category 4 storm is expected to bring dangerous weather conditions to Haiti, Cuba, and the Bahamas this week.
An accord to end decades of violent war suffered a shocking defeat in a national referendum Sunday.
Prime Minister Theresa May says the two-year process to leave the European Union will begin in March.
President Obama met with the families of the African-American athletes of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, offering praise that Franklin Roosevelt didn’t.
The 14-member group has agreed to reduce output for the first time in eight years in an effort to boost prices.
The volcano in Indonesia erupted Tuesday, sending hundreds of tourists clambering down the mountain.
The United Nations will resume deliveries of food and medicine to besieged areas after a deadly attack on aid workers.
Authorities say Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is the suspect in both blasts on Saturday.
The UN set deadlines on the refugee crisis, police investigated a bombing suspect, an Arctic shipwreck recalled the hardships of early exploration, and more.
Police apprehended a bombing suspect, a fragile cease-fire in Syria fell apart, scientists explored a new gene-editing technique, and more.
A World War II history buff says he may have found something that belonged to a famous Japanese naval commander.
Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva faces corruption charges in the largest scandal in Brazil’s history.
The whistleblower says the president should grant him a pardon because the information he leaked was in service of the public good.