Brazilian police arrested 10 people in connection with a potential terrorist attack at next month’s Rio games.
The American public reeled from a violent week, Downing Street met its new resident, Indian security forces and protesters clashed, and more.
David Brown, the head of the city’s police force, said Monday investigators are reviewing hours of video footage of last week’s deadly attack in Texas.
As teens and nostalgic millennials lost their collective minds over a new app, a handful of users in Missouri found another, more sinister purpose for it.
Great Britain’s Andy Murray won his second Wimbledon title Sunday, defeating Canada’s Milos Raonic.
Protesters and police clashed Saturday during demonstrations over police violence against African Americans.
The public reacted to a pair of fatal shootings, the prime minister's race narrowed, the number of bombing fatalities rose, and more.
Suicide, the leading cause of death among veterans, claimed 20 lives a day in 2014, according to a new report.
The number of fatalities in Sunday’s suicide attack in Iraq’s capital has neared 300.
Britain assessed its involvement in the U.S.-led war, cellphone footage sparked outrage, Iraq’s security measures put civilians at risk, and more.
The longtime Fox News anchor is suing the network’s chairman for what she calls sexist and discriminatory treatment.
Suicide bombers killed scores of people in multiple attacks, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee escaped criminal charges, a NASA spacecraft made history, and more.
Saudi authorities have identified the man who carried out the Jeddah attack. A separate attack in Medina killed four people.
The UKIP leader who campaigned to leave the European Union resigned Monday, saying he had “done my bit.”
At least 175 people were killed in attacks in the Iraqi capital Sunday.
The country observed the first day of national mourning for the victims of the terrorist attack at a restaurant in Dhaka.
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.