The World Health Organization no longer classifies transgender people as mentally ill.
Once a year the town of Ascot transforms into a global stage for flamboyant hats, fascinators, and horse racing.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his fourth goal of the World Cup to become the second-highest goalscorer in men's international football and, in the process, earn Portugal a nervy 1-0 win over Morocco.
Last year, nearly 100,000 migrants entered Yemen, a country gripped by conflict and the world's worst humanitarian crisis. That's 2,000 migrants entering a warzone per week; nearly 300 a day.
We've been bombarded by arguments about whether parents and children crossing the US-Mexican border without documentation should be separated. But we seldom hear how dire life is in these migrants' homelands.
The United Arab Emirates has announced it will send an astronaut to the International Space Station (ISS) next year, becoming the latest nation to launch a citizen beyond Earth.
High up on a bluff in Appalachia, guests soak in a hot tub while watching the sun dip into the green valley below. Hang gliders soar through the surrounding skies, while trees rustle their way into evening.
In one of the biggest exchanges of fire between the two sides in years, militants in Gaza launched some 45 rockets toward Israel early Wednesday morning, prompting retaliatory airstrikes from Israeli fighter jets, according to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has pulled out of a coalition government in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, potentially destabilizing the already restive region ahead of national elections in 2019.
She pants from exhaustion, sweat dripping down her forehead and over a bruise or two as practice finishes.
Turkish voters head to the polls Sunday in transformative elections that will usher in a new system of government, giving sweeping new powers to whoever wins the presidency.
The football World Cup usually means barbeques, beer, and big summer parties, but these plans could fall flat for many Europeans this year.
Congressional leaders in both the Senate and the House have spent days trying to find a bill that would end family separations at the border, but as of Wednesday morning, it's not clear if any option has the votes to pass.
Australian golfing legend Peter Thomson has died aged 88 following a battle with Parkinson's disease.
Halima Aden has come a long way from running around barefoot in a refugee camp in Kenya, to become the first hijabi woman to feature on the cover of British's Vogue.