A Pakistani court has acquitted twenty people suspected of involvement in the lynching and burning alive of a Christian couple accused of blasphemy in 2014.
Student survivors of the Florida school massacre anchored a massive rally against gun violence Saturday in Washington, D.C., while throngs of other young people took to the streets in sister marches across the U.S. The protests followed widespread student walkouts last week.
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Family and friends mourned the loss of the Sharp family who were found dead Thursday in a condominium in Akumal, Mexico.
An Afghan official says at least three people have been wounded after a sticky bomb detonated in the capital Kabul.
German business leaders are expressing concerns that President Donald Trump's 25 percent tariff on imported steel could affect the auto industry in the South.
New England Patriots player Duron Harmon arrested in Costa Rica for trying to bring marijuana into country
New England Patriots safety Duron Harmon was arrested in Costa Rica for trying to bring marijuana into the country and was sent back to the U.S.
The European Handball Federation says a women's under-20 World Championship qualification tournament in Serbia has been canceled after the Balkan country cited security concerns to ban matches involving Kosovo.
Arnaud Beltrame, the French police officer who died after offering himself up in exchange for a hostage in a deadly supermarket siege on Friday, served in Iraq in 2005 and was also a member of the presidential guard, among other notable achievements.
Greek ship owner and soccer club owner Vangelis Marinakis says drug-trafficking charges against him are part of a government-led "conspiracy" to silence dissent.
Thousands of people filled a park near Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School at a "March for Our Lives" rally near the site of last month's school massacre in Parkland, Florida.
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Elephants are Thailand's national animal, so it's only natural that King Mongkut in 1861 offered to send a pair to the United States as a gift of a friendship that has endured 200 years.
Participants in Earth Hour will turn off the lights during the hour in a demonstration of “solidarity” with the “planet we love.” Organizers hope to create a giant stadium wave of darkness sweeping across the globe from one time zone to the next.
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Two small earthquakes have shaken parts of northern Oklahoma.
Casey Neistat slammed CNN as a “case study for the innovator’s dilemma,” calling it an “old-school media company” after his video-sharing startup, Beme, failed to succeed under CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker.
Adea Shabani, an aspiring actress who went missing last month in Los Angeles is believed dead after her boyfriend committed suicide after a police pursuit.