Deadly ambush marks the latest attack in the part of eastern Congo home to some of the world’s last mountain gorillas.
Comparing anger over U.S. Capitol assault to support for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, Carrie Lam urges U.S. to “set aside their double standards.”
As a 3rd wave of COVID-19 infections drives a widening state of emergency, the government is forging ahead with the Summer Games against the will of its people.
The 92-year-old patient’s family went to court to insist that a clinic give him chlorine dioxide, a known toxin touted online as a “miracle cure.”
The U.K. has launched its mass vaccination program in an effort to get the most vulnerable vaccinated by spring. Racecourses, sports stadiums and conference centers across the U.K. have been
Officials says the worst of the pandemic is about to hit as a highly-infectious variant spreads, so at 7 huge new vaccine centers, it’s a “race against time.”
Flight data recorder from Sriwijaya Air jet that plunged into the sea just after takeoff with 62 people on board should help explain the crash, but another black box is still missing.
Two well known ones – honeybees and Monarch butterflies – best illustrate insect declines, experts say..
Many Parisians feel the world’s “most beautiful avenue” has lost its luster, including businesses eager for a $305 million makeover to turn it into an “extraordinary
Francis has changed a 1972 rule that said only men could serve at the altar in virtually any capacity, but he’s drawn a clear line under priesthood.