Michael Slager, the officer who shot the unarmed man five times in the back, was charged with three federal counts this week.
The predominantly Catholic country elected its first transgender politician to congressional office this week.
If a multinational company based in Belgium can rename its beer “America,” then a Swedish folk group can cover…
The South Asian country executed the leader of its largest Islamist party, which may lead to more violence.
The Golden State Warriors guard became the first NBA player to unanimously win the award.
More than 50 people were shot and eight were killed over the weekend, putting the city on track to hit 500 homicides this year.
Donald Trump said he is willing to make an exception to his proposed “total and complete” ban on Muslims entering the United States: Sadiq Khan.
Rodrigo Duterte is a tough-talking mayor who transformed a southern city with a populist combination of controversial tactics and a deft touch.
The apparent whistleblower behind the leaks that targeted offshore accounts spoke out on Friday.
The African nation, which uses the American currency among others, ran out of physical cash. So, it’s going to print its own.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is stepping down following tensions with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Faulty airbag inflators by the Japanese manufacturer Takata have caused 10 deaths and more than 100 injuries.
If Russian citizens move to the mostly unpopulated Far East, the government will give them each around 2.5 acres.
An Ohio university has agreed to pay a former athlete $712,000 for brain damage he allegedly sustained from playing football.
The state's governor has vetoed legislation that would have allowed weapons at public colleges.
Their salaries will increase by 10 percent in order to prevent them from moving to western European countries.
More than 70 years after the iconic World War II photo, the Marine Corps is investigating the identities of the men who raised the flag.
The team, which had 5,000-to-1 odds of winning the English Premier League, has pulled off the biggest upset in sports history.
Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins was suspended for 80 games for using performance-enhancing drugs.
There’s been an NFL draft since 1936. But how did it become the three-day media spectacle it is today?