A group of Iranians attacked a morality police van in Tehran last week after two young women were detained for "improperly" wearing a compulsory headscarf, according to state-owned Iranian media and activists.
An editorial written in support of the Ku Klux Klan. That's something you might expect to see in 1919.
For the first time in Catholic history, nearly 200 church leaders from around the world will gather at the Vatican starting Thursday to confront the scourge of clergy who sexually abuse children.
Will Smith stopped at a public library to sign DVD copies of his films while shooting scenes for "Bad Boys for Life" near Atlanta.
Despite a half-dozen warnings from National Security Council officials about the ethics and legality of a proposal to export nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, White House officials continued to push for it in the early months of the administration, promoting a lucrative project backed by former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, according to a new report from congressional Democrats.
An "alarming" number of US patients received a highly potent form of opioid that is 100 times more powerful than morphine and that they never should have been prescribed, according to a new study.
Primary care providers should screen women for personal, family and/or ethnic history of breast, ovarian, tubal or peritoneal cancer to decide who should undergo genetic counseling for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, the US Preventive Services Task Force recommended Tuesday. The mutations increase a woman's cancer risk.
Among the usual traffic taking off at London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday morning was an eye-catching blast from the past -- a retro-painted British Airways Boeing 747.
You can debate whether acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe did the right thing when he authorized a counterintelligence investigation into whether President Donald Trump was acting at the behest of Russians. Or whether he was rightly admonished by the inspector general for his conversations about the probe into Hillary Clinton's private email server. Or even whether he is exaggerating in order to boost sales for his memoir of his time in the Trump administration.
A post on Roger Stone's Instagram account featuring a picture of the judge overseeing his case with crosshairs in the background could jeopardize the lenient gag order he received from her last Friday, as well as his bail.
New evidence from Sri Lanka's oldest archaeological site suggests that early humans used sophisticated techniques to hunt monkeys and squirrels, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications.
Dunkin' Donuts employee April Merchant is being called a hero after administering CPR to a trucker who collapsed from a heart attack.
Bernie Sanders made it official on Tuesday morning: He's running for president again.
A Chinese woman, nicknamed the 'Queen of Ivory' and thought to be one of Africa's most notorious traffickers, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison, Tanzanian authorities told CNN.
A sea of lanterns light up the night in Tangshan, China to mark the Chinese Lantern Festival.
He spoke openly of his adoration for her; she was photographed staring tenderly at him. Their bond was the stuff of fairytale.
Fashion brand Burberry has apologized for showcasing a hoodie that featured a noose around the neck during its show at London Fashion Week.
Wallace Broecker, the renowned geophysicist who popularized the term "global warming," has died. He was 87.