Iraq claims the centuries-old landmark was destroyed by ISIS, but the group claims a U.S. airstrike was responsible.
In a new video, Diamond Reynolds's 4-year-old daughter implores her to be quiet after Philando Castile's death.
A report deemed the camouflage pattern inappropriate for a country that is only 2.1 percent forest.
Belgian security personnel shot dead one person at the city’s Central Station in what authorities are calling a foiled terrorist attack.
The human-rights court ruled the legislation encouraged homophobia.
The University of Virginia student who was imprisoned by North Korea was returned in a coma last week to his family.
The French president's new parliament has more women and political newcomers than ever before.
This isn’t the city’s first public housing building to be destroyed due to unsafe conditions.
A dozen members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail were recorded beating up protesters during a protest last month.
At least 17 people were killed and more than a dozen taken hostage in an attack claimed by al-Shabaab.
A shooting at a congressional baseball practice, charges over the Flint water crisis, a deadly fire in London, and more.
Hundreds of civilians have reportedly been killed in the U.S.-backed coalition’s campaign to capture Raqqa.
The attorney general testifies, speculation lingers over Robert Mueller’s fate, Uber’s CEO takes a leave of absence, and more.
Verizon closed its acquisition of Yahoo for $4.48 billion, paving the way for the start of its new division called Oath.
The new rule targets groups receiving more than 24,000 euros annually in overseas funding.
President Trump’s travel ban is dealt another legal blow, Greg Gianforte is sentenced for assaulting a reporter, Theresa May’s government negotiates, and more.
The Montana congressman-elect was issued a fine and community service for body-slamming Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs.
A man was sentenced to death in Pakistan for allegedly insulting the Prophet Muhammad on Facebook.
Theresa May stays on as U.K. prime minister, the U.S. sends mixed messages over Qatar, Trump says he is willing to testify against Comey, and more.
The president assailed Qatar as a funder of terrorism just hours after his secretary of state urged Arab states to ease their blockade on the country.