Officials confirmed the virus is spreading in the U.S., the much-scrutinized church found an unlikely haven, Democrats celebrated a historic moment, and more.
A new database tracked how lives end in the legal system, Putin called for purer sports, a “feminine” food took on pervasive symbolism, and more.
The GOP nominee called on Russian hackers for help, prosecutors dropped charges against police, cultural constraints shaped women’s pay, and more.
Attackers targeted a church and a facility for the disabled, doctors sought to promote gun safety, Democrats nominated their first female candidate, and more.
At least 15 are dead near Tokyo following a weekend of global violence, Democrats suffered a scandal before their weeklong meeting in Philadelphia, women in STEM fields spoke out about sexual harassment, and more.
Donald Trump accepted his party’s nomination, attackers killed 8 near a German mall, researchers found a new way to treat pain, and more.
The Republican nominee cast global security in doubt, Brazilian police arrested members of a terrorist plot, Twitter struggled to stop harassment, and more.
A federal appeals court struck down a strict voter-ID law, Turkey declared a state of emergency, scientists engineered bacteria to kill tumors, and more.
The IMF feared for the global economy, Trump’s wife sounded too much like the First Lady, NASA released new images of the Red Planet, and more.
Republicans tried to come together, Turkey blamed a cleric for the coup, a case of the virus puzzled scientists, and more.
Turkish military forces launch a coup, at least 84 people are killed in the French Riviera, Indiana Governor Mike Pence joins the GOP ticket, and more.
The likely GOP nominee mulls a running mate, the U.S. Supreme Court justice comments on her Trump comments, Britain’s new foreign secretary endures international mockery, and more.
Theresa May becomes Britain’s newest prime minister, the presumptive Republican nominee meets his vice-presidential candidates, a federal court rejects a Deflategate appeal, and more.
Presidents Obama and Bush commemorate last week’s ambush of five police officers, the FBI closes one of its strangest cases, at least 20 are dead after two trains collide head-on, and more.
The American public reeled from a violent week, Downing Street met its new resident, Indian security forces and protesters clashed, and more.
Five police officers are shot at a protest, the British Army goes gender-neutral, the U.S. economy picks up steam, and more.
The public reacted to a pair of fatal shootings, the prime minister's race narrowed, the number of bombing fatalities rose, and more.
Britain assessed its involvement in the U.S.-led war, cellphone footage sparked outrage, Iraq’s security measures put civilians at risk, and more.
Suicide bombers killed scores of people in multiple attacks, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee escaped criminal charges, a NASA spacecraft made history, and more.
Gunmen take hostages in Dhaka, the Obama administration estimates its civilian casualties, the U.S. attorney general won’t interfere in the email case, and more.