Turkish police investigated the deadly airport attack, the U.S. allowed trans people to serve openly, the sentence of a well-known murder convict was vacated, and more.
A Palestinian assailant killed the girl Thursday as she slept in her bedroom in the West Bank.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced Thursday that U.S. armed forces will no longer prevent transgender people from serving openly.
One month after they were allowed back in to the fire-ravaged city, residents are still trying to settle into daily life.
A Manchester-based company has launched a dating app for Remain voters seeking other Remainers.
Turkish media reports say three men—a Russian, a Kyrgyz, and an Uzbek national—carried out the attack that killed 42 people.
Turkey mourned the victims of a suicide bombing, two women made U.S. political history, the African country canceled national celebrations, and more.
Attacker struck a busy Turkish airport, British political parties were in turmoil, scholars considered archaeology’s next frontier, and more.
The country grappled with the effects of Brexit, the Supreme Court struck down a controversial Texas law, a spacecraft drew closer to the gas giant, and more.
The Supreme Court vacated Bob McDonnell’s 2014 corruption conviction in a unanimous decision Monday.
The landmark Supreme Court ruling led to a surge of same-sex marriages—and plenty of backlash.
Britons voted in a historic referendum, a Baltimore cop was found not guilty in a high-profile case, the U.S. court left Obama’s plans in limbo, and more.
The United Kingdom braced for a decisive vote, U.S. lawmakers called for legislative debates on gun legislation, farm ownership got more female, and more.
The historic Supreme Court ruling led to a surge in same-sex marriages in all 50 states, polls show.
The migrant crisis broke records, the FBI released shooting documents, Euro 2016 attendees got arrested, and more.
French authorities say more than 500 rowdy fans have been arrested at the quadrennial soccer tournament so far.
Wildlife officials will begin transporting 500 elephants to a new sanctuary next month.
The California judge said the sexual-assault victim suffered “physical and devastating emotional injury,” but a prison sentence for her offender was not appropriate.
A member of Parliament was shot and stabbed to death, the Orlando shooting perpetuated a longstanding pattern, scholars pored over an ancient text, and more.
The president on Thursday traveled to the scene of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.