President Trump defended himself after taking criticism for tossing paper towels while visiting hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico.
Cornell Haynes Jr., better known as the rapper Nelly, was taken into custody Saturday in Washington state after a woman told police he raped her.
Large crowds protested in Barcelona on Sunday to demand that their regional Catalan leaders hold fire on declaring independence from Spain, as they have threatened to do in a matter of days.
A tanker exploded near a gas station in Accra on Saturday killing seven people, officials in Ghana said.
A man arrested in a London car collision that injured at least 11 people has been released and is under investigation.
Russian police arrested 290 protesters in 26 cities as marches took place against President Vladimir Putin on the leader's 65th birthday, according to independent monitoring group OVD.
Spanish leader Rajoy considers suspending Catalonia autonomy as region's leaders escalate threats to split
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will consider taking the dramatic measure of suspending Catalonia's autonomous status, as the region's leaders escalate threats to declare independence from the country.
Hundreds of thousands of Catalans have taken to the streets since last weekend's bitterly contested independence referendum to voice their support for a split from Spain.
Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of rival Sebastian Vettel's misfortune to win the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday and extend his advantage in the F1 title race to a commanding 59 points.
Hurricane Nate made its second US landfall near Biloxi, Mississippi, shortly after midnight local time Sunday as a Category 1 hurricane.
The day after the massacre in Las Vegas, President Donald Trump used the word "evil" three times during a brief speech at the White House.
Apple created androgynous emojis to represent people who do not identify as male or female.
Disabled man abused for not standing during the national anthem
New Orleans and much of the US Gulf Coast are gearing up for possible flooding and damaging winds ahead of Hurricane Nate's projected landfall this weekend.
Fear and uncertainty reign in Cameroon's Northwest and Southwest regions following a week of violent clashes between protesters and government forces that have left at least 10 people dead.
A farm in the United Kingdom is the first in the world to successfully plant, tend and harvest a crop without a single person ever setting foot in the field, according to researchers and developers involved in the project.
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The Environmental Protection Agency plans to propose the repeal of a sweeping Obama-era rule on power plants meant to curb greenhouse gas emissions, according to a leaked proposal obtained by CNN.