A man has been arrested for starting a spinoff version of the shuttered Silk Road website.
NASA’s biggest test flight in years remains on track for next month, despite last week’s space-related accidents. Officials said Thursday everything looks good for the December 4 launch of NASA’s new Orion capsule. This one will not carry a crew. Future Orions are meant to carry astronauts on missions of deep-space exploration. The spacecraft will […]
The raging Ebola outbreak has likely killed far more people than the 4,818 deaths reported by WHO, says an expert.
A soldier whose heroics helped alter the fate of US 151 years ago was awarded the nation's highest military honour.
Libya's highest court on Thursday ruled that general elections held in June were unconstitutional.
Britain's first Indian-origin minister Sajid Javid has topped a list of the most influential Asians in the country.
Top Interpol officials said that would-be jihadi fighters are booking tickets on cruise ships to join extremists.
Ex-Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill has been unmasked as the man who pumped three shots to the head of al-Qaeda chief.
The skirmishes lasted about four hours early Thursday in the city's bustling Mong Kok neighborhood.
Palestinians have repeatedly clashed with police at the site.
They say the blast took place shortly before midnight on Wednesday and that the four killed included two policemen.
At least one strike hit a compound belonging to Ahrar al-Sham in the town of Babsalqa in the northwestern province of Idlib.
National Security and Foreign Affairs adviser Sartaj Aziz conveyed the complaint to U.S. Ambassador Richard Olson.
In the town of Dekoa, Amnesty found the entire Christian population had taken refuge in a church or fled.
"I'm eager to work with the new Congress to make the next two years as productive as possible," he said.
The African Union gave Burkina Faso's military a two-week deadline to hand over power or face sanctions.
Even those who gather statistics say there are no reliable numbers on sexual violence in El Salvador.
The woman told that she'd been threatened by agents of the Mexico State prosecutors' office if she talked about what happened.
"Ebola is a humanitarian crisis first and foremost, but it's also an economic disaster for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone," Jim Yong Kim.
"Whether we can actually get a deal done, we're going to have to find out over the next three to four weeks," said Obama.
In the Congressional elections held Tuesday, Khanna is trailing incumbent Mike Honda by a little over 3,500 votes.
At least two policemen have been killed and 10 others injured in a bomb blast in a train in Egypt.
US President Barack Obama said he would work with Congress on new war powers to fight Islamic State militants.
The head of the space tourism company says test flights could resume as early as next summer.
The demolition of a dozen remaining chemical weapons production facilities in Syria is scheduled to begin later this month while work will continue on the verification of the government’s declarations, Australia’s UN envoy said on Wednesday. “There are seven hangars and five underground tunnels, which need to be destroyed,” Ambassador Gary Quinlan, president of the […]
US officials have unveiled a plan to test multiple drugs at once, in an umbrella study.
A Maine man has been charged with killing a suicidal English man by mailing him poisonous potassium cynanide.
Palestinians are urging UNSC to demand that Israel stop incitement against Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem.
The outcome of the US midterm elections was a sobering election for the gay-rights movement.
France and the United States on Wednesday stepped up demands for Iran to prove its nuclear program is peaceful.
The Colombian city of Cartagena will remove a plaque laid by Prince Charles following a controversy.
China's state-run media decried US President Barack Obama as a banal leader who has done an "insipid job".
Pope Francis on Wednesday denounced the hardships Catholics can face when seeking marriage annulments.
A health care millionaire who fatally drugged her developmentally disabled son was convicted of manslaughter.
Barack Obama is asking Congress for $6.2 billion in emergency funds to confront Ebola at its source in West Africa.
Washington detectives probed whether graphic photos posted online showed a murder victim before her body was found.
LFW W/F 2017: Ritu Kumar, Masaba, Sanjay Gupta and highlights from Day 1