Fears that Brazil may not qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup were eased after injury-time goals from Philippe Coutinho and Neymar earned the five-time champions a 2-0 win against Costa Rica.
North and South Korea agreed on Friday to allow families who were separated during the Korean War to meet in August -- the first such reunions since 2015.
Researchers have uncovered the skull and jaw of a now-extinct, but never-before-seen genus of gibbon, which they've named Junzi imperialis.
Late-night hosts make jokes about first lady Melania Trump's wardrobe choice during her trip to the US-Mexico border.
As the commemorative features acknowledging the 32nd anniversary of the "Hand of God" went to press, Diego Maradona once again raised his left arm, only this time to wipe away the tears.
More protests are planned Friday in Spain over a court's decision to grant bail to five men who were controversially convicted of sexual abuse of a teenage girl rather than more serious charges.
At a campaign rally in Istanbul, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plays an animation on a huge screen to thousands of supporters, touting plans for an opera house on Taksim Square.
The return of the French Grand Prix after a 10-year absence will be an emotional occasion for all involved, especially so for young starlet Charles Leclerc.
On Sunday, Saudi Arabia will end the world's only ban on women drivers.
Americans born into poverty are more likely than ever before to stay that way, according to a United Nations report on poverty and inequality in the US.
A Guatemalan immigrant who sued top Trump administration officials over her family's separation, has reunited with her son after a month apart.
There are few lonelier places than being the team's goalkeeper, especially when you're culpable for a mistake.
An extremist Indonesian cleric was found guilty of inciting terrorism and sentenced to death by a Jakarta court Friday.