Scientists have long thought that animals in Antarctica were isolated from harmful human-linked bacteria, but a new study provides evidence that this is no longer the case.
For the adventurous, expeditions that combine beaches and hikes can help make the most of your way-too-short time in this Polynesian paradise.
A gay Singaporean doctor has won the right to adopt a child he fathered in the United States through a surrogate, in a landmark ruling for the socially conservative country.
CNN's Abby Phillip fact-checks President Donald Trump's tweet on the investigation into his former lawyer Michael Cohen.
Lincoln is bringing back its iconic "suicide doors." A special limited-edition version of the big Lincoln Continental will have back doors that are hinged at the rear rather than the front.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, a condition which causes extreme tiredness, could be triggered by an overactive immune system, a study has found.
The tension in the world's biggest autos alliance was laid bare Monday when Nissan said it had been denied an opportunity to tell Renault's board the full story about why it fired Carlos Ghosn in late November.
Asos is having a nightmare holiday season.
It was meant to be a warm and safe Christmas for dozens of UK rough sleepers but something has gone wrong at the last minute.
Life for Jose Mourinho in charge of Manchester United shows no signs of getting easier as the Premier League side drew a star-studded PSG team in the Champions League last 16.
A tiny Pacific Island nation facing an existential threat due to climate change has put the world's biggest carbon energy producers on notice.
Akira Sone showed age is no barrier as the 18-year-old proved the star attraction for a Japan team that comfortably topped the medal table with seven gold medals at the year-ending Guangzhou Masters.
Ödön Lechner's daring use of color, organic motifs and experimental designs were part of an effort to establish a distinctly Hungarian architectural language.
Robert Mueller's investigation of US President Donald Trump; Brett Kavanaugh's tense hearings in Congress; the fight for social, racial and gender equality: the past year has seen an absorbing and tumultuous news cycle.
Sixty-two militants were killed by US airstrikes in Somalia this month, US Africa Command said in a statement released Monday.
It's been nearly a decade since ride-sharing app Uber first arrived on the scene, hitting the streets of San Francisco in 2010.
Malaysia has filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs over its dealings with scandal-hit investment fund 1MDB.
A three-year-old girl is recovering in hospital after she was allegedly raped in Delhi on Sunday, exactly six years after the brutal gang rape of a student on a bus in the Indian capital ignited protests across the country.
He's already one of the greatest sportsmen of his generation, but Austria's Marcel Hirscher showed no sign of letting up as he raced to a 61st World Cup victory Sunday.
'Saturday Night Live' has done it again -- offending the thin-skinned President Donald Trump. This time it appears the sketch that caused Trump to take a brief break from complaining about special counsel Robert Mueller was the comedy show's cold open -- a parody of the classic holiday film "It's a Wonderful Life" titled "It's a Wonderful Trump." Instead of a distraught George Bailey (played by Jimmy Stewart) being shown a world without him, SNL looks at an America where Trump was never president.