The Vatican has declined to respond to an explosive grand jury report detailing decades of sexual abuse and cover-ups by priests and bishops in Pennsylvania, refusing even to say whether church officials in Rome have read the damaging documents.
A suicide attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday killed at least 48 people, a government official said.
It's one of Taiwan's most breathtaking spectacles.
A second appeal to release an American pastor held in Turkey was rejected Wednesday, his lawyer said, even as Turkish courts ordered the release of two Greek soldiers and a senior human rights official.
Just east of the Californian city of Santa Barbara is the delightful, idyllic village of Montecito. With the majesty of Butterfly Beach on the other side of the 101 freeway, this beach community's main artery is Coast Village Road.
First the disaster, now the polemic.
In 1961, 14 statues were stolen from the Archaeological Survey of India museum in Nalanda, eastern India.
The US government on Wednesday moved to increase economic pressure on North Korea, adding new sanctions that target one individual and three shipping companies in Singapore, China and Russia for violating restrictions on trade with Pyongyang.
British athlete Dina Asher-Smith isn't getting much sleep these days.
Antony Ortiz walked into the courtroom in Houston wearing a light gray hoodie, khakis and black tennis shoes with red laces. He looked his age, but he didn't act it. He didn't smile or fidget. He sat up straight and waited patiently.
Australian politics hit rock bottom this week and, for the first time in my 15 years in Australia, I am experiencing fear because of my faith.
Two Connecticut lunch ladies are accused of allegedly stealing $478,000 in cash from New Canaan Public Schools according to the New Canaan Police Department.
In 1947, Britain divided India into two independent nations. One side remained India, a predominantly Hindu state, while the other became Pakistan, a new country forged out of India's Muslim community.