Oriel College announced that it is rejecting a student drive to remove a statue of the controversial colonialist.
After boycotting the opening in Geneva, an anti-Assad coalition has now decided to attend the meetings and focus on humanitarian issues.
The state is the latest to find that the games are illegal gambling—a string of rulings that threaten the industry’s existence.
The University of Missouri’s board announced the move just days after prosecutors brought third-degree assault charges against her.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will test using Medicaid data to automatically enroll eligible students.
Under a settlement reached Tuesday, the car service will give better benefits to people who drive but will continue to consider them independent contractors.
The CDC is warning pregnant women against traveling to 22 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, and some of those countries are urging their own citizens to avoid conception.
The global medical charity has called on an international commission to investigate a recent attack on a facility in Yemen.
An armed group remains camped out in the headquarters of a national wildlife refuge in protest of the federal government.
The Denver Broncos quarterback is dismissing as “garbage” claims made in an Al Jazeera documentary that he was supplied with human growth hormone in 2011.
Police shot and killed two people on Saturday, including a woman who was accidentally struck.
Officials say traffic was shut off in both directions on Highway 101 near Ventura, 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
More than 150,000 people have been displaced in Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil.
Ursula Gauthier, a French journalist, is being accused of inciting “the outrage of the Chinese people” with an article on Beijing’s relationship with Uighurs.
The country begins a period of national mourning as police search for suspects in the deadly shooting.
Security forces are searching for suspects in Friday's deadly shooting in Bamako.
World leaders gather in Antalya, Turkey, to discuss Syria, ISIS, and the migrant crisis in the wake of a deadly terrorist attack in France.
Friday’s terrorist attacks have intensified an ongoing global debate on accepting Syrian refugees.
The Paris attacks marked the feature’s first activation outside of a natural disaster.