Facebook has restored the account of Yair Netanyahu, the eldest son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after it was temporarily suspended for "hate speech" over a series of posts targeting Muslims and Palestinians.
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn said Tuesday in a federal court that "I was aware" that lying to the FBI is a crime.
The Donald J. Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve under judicial supervision amid an ongoing lawsuit concerning its finances, according to a document filed Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court by the New York state Attorney General's office.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders suggested Tuesday that the White House has found an alternative way to get its requested $5 billion in funding for a US-Mexico border wall, marking a reversal from President Donald Trump's previous position.
When Owen Williams opened the door of his home in Barry, Wales, he couldn't believe his eyes.
The auto industry is pushing back on new EU targets that would slash carbon emissions produced by cars and vans.
The US State Department granted a Yemeni mother, whose 2-year-old son is on life support in an Oakland hospital, a waiver Tuesday to travel to the United States, according to officials with the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Britain's defense secretary announced that 3,500 troops will be on standby for a possible no-deal Brexit, as lawmakers said Tuesday that they have ramped up preparations for leaving the European Union without an agreement.
Retired Lieutenant General Michael ("Mike") Flynn's fall from grace has been precipitous. Flynn was once an admired Army Special Operations officer who went on to hold one of the most powerful jobs in the world as President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser.
Carlton wants his dance back.
Families and communities love to haul out their ornaments, lights, wreaths, inflatables and treasured objects for Christmas. It's a ritual, and these items, whether sacred or secular, are familiar and soothing.
A common problem facing American travelers abroad is a lost passport. The State Department has an easy answer for that, along with tips for staying safe.
This week the government of Yemen and Houthi rebels made the most significant advance yet in the quest for peace in Yemen, which was torn apart by the 2015 Houthi coup.
Former first lady Michelle Obama surprised a group of girls at a leadership conference in Texas.
Photography has often been a male-dominated profession, with many female photographers not given due credit for their work. However, there are a number of female digital photographers whose work range from photojournalism to personal portraits and points in between who continually do amazing work, shining a light on their culture as they see it. This gallery showcases the wide range of talent among these professionals. A number of them were recognized by the UK's Royal Photographic Society as part of its Hundred Heroines, an open call for nominations to find and honor 100 outstanding contemporary women photographers around the world. These women use the internet and social media, particularly Instagram to portray an Africa that is diverse, bright and full of energy.
In taking the decision to sack coach Jose Mourinho on Tuesday, Manchester United are making a desperate attempt to halt five years of decline.
In Russia, a rap war is raging, but it's not between battling MCs.
More journalists were killed, abused and subjected to violence in 2018 than in any other year on record, with those in the profession facing an "unprecedented level of hostility," a new report has found.
We know from research that most New Year's resolutions last only a month or two. Willpower is in short supply. We lose focus. Things change.