A new report estimated 46 million people are enslaved globally, the GOP candidate defended himself against scrutiny, brews got even more niche, and more.
A new report estimates nearly 46 million people live in contemporary slavery, more than half of them in five countries.
Wildlife officials have begun confiscating tigers from a popular tourist destination after allegations of animal abuse.
A court in Senegal has sentenced Hissène Habré to life in prison for crimes committed during his eight-year rule.
Forces in Iraq and Syria made gains Sunday in their attempts to recapture Islamic-State controlled territory.
Bomb-disposal experts have defused a U.S. explosive discovered at the airport in Hannover.
As many as 700 people may have drowned in three shipwrecks in the last few days off the coast of southern Italy.
Fighting between Iraqi forces and ISIS endangered thousands of civilians, new research provided fodder for even more thinkpieces on young people, scientists learned more about the Martian climate, and more.
Demonstrators campaigning against the government's proposed labor reforms clashed Thursday with police in cities across the country.
NASA has put on hold the scheduled deployment of a new module on the International Space Station after it failed to expand.
At least 50,000 people remain in the Iraqi city amid fighting between government forces and ISIS militants.
Stalagmites revealed their ages, U.S. presidential candidates tweaked their speaking patterns, the workplace got a lot more casual, and more.
Ministers who represent half of the country's population
Scientists teamed up with machines, calorie counts prepared to get bigger, the mysteries of the universe swirled all around us, and more.
On this day 40 years ago, French wine experts had a big “mon dieu!” moment.
The U.S. president visited Hanoi, bank thieves got creative, populations of desert-dwelling creatures dwindled, and more.
Iraqi forces and other militias have started an offensive to recapture the city from the militant group.
New Mexico farmers are re-evaluating the state of their crops after a pipeline broke earlier this month.
The country's ruling party has elected as leader Binali Yildirim, a longtime Erdogan ally, paving the way for him to replace Ahmet Davutoglu.
Thirty-three relatives of victims have filed a lawsuit against Russian President Vladimir Putin and his country over the downed airplane.