The retrial of a teenage rape victim will resume on Thursday in El Salvador, in a case that has drawn global attention to the country's strict anti-abortion laws.
You're off for a ramble in the woods. The trail is narrow, the brush is thick. Everywhere you look -- trees, bushes, greenery.
Over the past 10 weeks, shocking images have emerged from Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests: tear gas has been fired outside shops, protesters and police have clashed in dramatic face-offs, and thousands of demonstrators occupied the city's airport.
A Russian passenger jet flew into a flock of birds then crash-landed in a cornfield just outside a Moscow airport Thursday, according to Russian state news agency TASS.
The seminal late author Toni Morrison, who died last week at the age of 88, tops former US President Barack Obama's weighty summer reading list.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi defended his government's decision to revoke the special status given to Jammu and Kashmir state, saying he was proud that "'one nation, one constitution' has become a reality."
Hong Kong's protesters want you to know they're sorry.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed to ban single-use plastics in his Independence Day speech in Delhi on Wednesday.
For hours, bullets flew and gunpowder wafted through the streets of North Philadelphia.
Muhammad Ali's fights against George Foreman -- "the Rumble in the Jungle" -- and Joe Frazier -- the "Thrilla in Manila" -- helped establish boxing's heavyweight division in the global public's consciousness.
The US Department of Justice has made a last-minute application to block the release of the Iranian oil tanker Grace 1, which was seized by authorities in Gibraltar last month, a spokesman for the Gibraltar attorney general told CNN.
police say 15-year-old Nora Quoirin, who went missing from a jungle resort, died from intestinal bleeding caused by starvation and stress.
The calls were fast and frantic as gunshots echoed in the background. "Priority -- shots fired! Shots fired!" a voice said, getting louder with each declaration.
President Donald Trump is showing what happens when the United States abandons its decades-long role as a guarantor of stability and instead chooses to act as an agent of global disruption.
A group of kayakers on Michigan's Lake Superior barely missed falling sandstone cliffs. Nature photographers happened to capture the moment on camera.
An autopsy performed on Jeffrey Epstein showed he "sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones," the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
In his search for examples of a more equitable society, Bernie Sanders has long looked north ... to Northern Europe, that is.