Ahead of a Vatican summit on clerical sex abuse, the top leadership of Catholic nuns and priests worldwide admitted to making "errors in judgment" regarding cases of sexual abuse of children and say that more women should be involved in the process of evaluating cases.
Huawei says it has been embraced by the Indian government despite concerns elsewhere over the security of its products.
Officials rescued a group of people trapped in SeaWorld gondolas above San Diego's Mission Bay.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince is in Asia forging new ties and seeking deals as he tries to keep his dream of economic transformation alive following a chill in relations with the West.
You didn't have to know anything about fashion to know about Karl Lagerfeld, the most instantly recognizable dandy of our time.
Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion visionary and creative director of Chanel, has died, the company told CNN Tuesday.
US sanctions on Venezuela's national oil company have accelerated the unprecedented collapse of its oil output and set off a domino effect in the global energy market.
As in every recent Democrat primary race, the 2020 contest will begin in two virtually all-white states, with the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary in early February. But after that the next month of the primary calendar is dominated by states across the Sun Belt where non-white voters comprise a large share, and often an absolute majority, of the electorate.
Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of Chanel and Fendi and one of fashion's most prolific figures, has died at the age of 85.
Japan's top companies are losing patience with the United Kingdom as Brexit fast approaches.
US athletics great Ed Moses says sport has had its "head in the ground" over the issue of hypoandrogenism and called for South African Caster Semenya to be treated fairly as her appeal against testosterone restrictions in female runners takes place in Switzerland.
After months of deliberation, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that he is running for president again in 2020. It will be Sanders' second consecutive bid for the Democratic nomination after losing to Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned a no-deal Brexit could cause the "mother of all messes" for Formula 1.
Fashion retailer Zara has sparked widespread debate in China by publishing photos of one of the country's top models without retouching her freckles.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has offered to assist with investigations into the deadly bomb attack on a convoy of soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir and said the conflict will only be solved through dialogue, not war.
Honda has just dealt the United Kingdom's auto industry a huge blow.
Wayne Barnes is well versed in how the two lives of a rugby referee often collide.
Emojis already light up text messages, social media, advertisements, even a movie. Now they're about to hit Australian roads.
One night this summer in Dubai, Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi was riding in a car pulling out from a screening of "The Price of Free," a documentary about his life, as a boy ran out in front of the line of cars, shouting his name. The 65-year-old Indian anti-child labor activist got out of his car, thinking something was wrong.