Scientists are studying whitetip reef sharks off the Malaysian coast to try and determine if lesions on their skin may have been caused by climate change.
Washington Prime Group, a major mall owner of more than 100 locations across the United States, filed for bankruptcy, citing pandemic-related shutdowns.
A New Zealand Muslim group wants to halt a controversial film about the Christchurch mosque shootings they say 'whitewashes' the tragedy
An upcoming film set to focus on New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her response to the 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings recently lost a producer in response to continued criticism from New Zealand Muslims and the prime minister herself.
Team GB will channel the 1960s at this year's Summer Olympics in Tokyo, wearing mod-style navy Harrington Jackets with red and white union stripes over a white oxford button-down shirt and light chinos.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Joe Biden's pick to fill a vacancy on a powerful DC-based appellate court and one of the President's most closely watched judicial nominees, is on track to be confirmed by the Senate on Monday evening.
The head of what may be the world's largest family has died in India, according to the director of the hospital where he was treated.
After four elections in two years, and with the country trapped in an agonizing parliamentary stalemate, Naftali Bennett appeared to be on the outside looking in, unable to reach the levers of power in Israeli politics.
Supreme Court effectively delays challenge to Harvard affirmative action policies for several months
The Supreme Court on Monday effectively postponed action on a major challenge to Harvard's use of racial affirmative action, likely putting off for several months a case that could end nationwide practices that have boosted the admission of Black and Latino students for decades.
The inner workings of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show are all bark and no bite -- mostly.
During a debate over a controversial fetal remains bills, Democratic state representative Brian Sims called out Pennsylvania's House Republicans for being overwhelming white and male.
Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi went on trial Monday, more than four months after the country's military seized power in a coup.
The other day a friend texted me to see if I wanted to join her and two other people for dinner outside at a neighborhood cafe that evening. We were all fully vaccinated and the weather was lovely. Unaccountably, I found myself hesitating. "Let me get back to you in a bit," I texted back. Wait, I thought, putting the phone down. What's wrong with me? Why am I feeling so ambivalent about this?
President Joe Biden is using time away from summit meetings on his European tour this week for intense preparations ahead of his talks with Vladimir Putin, according to officials, as he works to avoid the pitfalls his predecessors faced in showdowns with the Russian leader.
New York and US federal authorities have returned 27 relics to Cambodia valued at $3.8 million that were stolen by antiquities traffickers, among them important Buddhist and Hindu statues, the Manhattan district attorney announced last Thursday.
Within the last week, we've learned that the Trump Department of Justice sought data from Apple in 2018 on a) several House Intelligence Committee Democrats as well as their families and staff members and b) Trump's own White House counsel Don McGahn and his wife.
Today the American flag turns 244, but it doesn't look a day over 200. Here are some fun facts and common misconceptions about the iconic emblem.
The cast of "Scrubs" reunited on "Family Feud" Sunday in the name of charity.
The news just keeps getting worse for Lordstown Motors. The troubled electric truck maker said Monday that its CEO and chief financial officer were stepping down — just one week after warning that the company could go out of business.
Rebel Wilson has been documenting her fitness journey on social media for more than a year and a recent post has some of her followers worried.
CNN's John Avlon tells us about the importance of vaccine diplomacy under President Joe Biden and notes the difference between America's relationship with allies under Biden versus Trump.