A Dutch man was sentenced to 30 days for calling King Willem-Alexander a murderer, rapist, and a thief.
Black Lives Matter in Baton Rouge, Serena Williams triumphs, a deadly truck attack in Nice, a new view of Jupiter, and much more.
Dozens of recent FSB graduates may have blown their cover when they filmed themselves driving expensive SUVs and posing for photographs with drinks.
One country that officially endorses the Muslim legal system is one of the politician’s favorites—Israel.
“We think we’re starting to understand better what it is to be a bird,” —Alex Kacelnik, who…
Britain’s new foreign secretary has memorably skewered many leaders and nations, and his undiplomatic words are back to haunt him.
The French president has responded to criticism of his $10,000 monthly hair bill.
An investigation into advertising, which accounts for the bulk of the tech giant’s revenue, could hurt the company.
It depends where you look.
“There are parents in our school that can’t put enough cents together to get a coat much less give their…
The brash and flamboyant politician, the U.K.’s new foreign secretary, is one of the more cosmopolitan figures on the world stage—but he’s also one of the least diplomatic.
A Duluth, Minnesota-bound re-created Viking ship from Norway is stuck in Michigan unless it gets $400,000.
A drawing by the French doctor who treated the artist may put to rest the question of how much of his ear Van Gogh actually sliced off.
Britain has its second-ever female prime minister. And people can’t help invoking the first.
Russians are criticizing two sportswomen cleared to compete in Rio as neutral athletes after their compatriots were banned over the widespread use of performance-enhancing drugs.
A quartet that sung the Canadian national anthem at the All-Star Game on Tuesday altered the lyrics to include a reference to “All Lives Matter.”
A bullfighter died in Spain over the weekend, and activist are outraged over a custom that calls for the death of not just the bull in the ring, but its mother, too
It would mark the first time in 200 years a monarch has stepped down from the Chrysanthemum Throne.
“Almost all of the places you are seeing problems between the police the community are very segregated. You are not…
The ruling this morning by Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague in favor of the Philippines, and very strongly…