Watch Video The U.S. might need to step up its cooking show game. Apparently, the Brits do it better.
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Watch Video Gambia doesn't want to be a part of the International Criminal Court any more, so it's withdrawing from the organization.
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Watch Video An incredibly rare dolphin is now functionally extinct in Laos, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
Watch Video For the first time, the U.S. didn't vote against the United Nations resolution calling for an end to the Cuba embargo. "Today, the United States will abstain," said U.S.
Watch Video The Food and Drug Administration lifted a lifetime ban on MSM blood donors in 2015 — meaning men who have sex with men can donate blood — but only if they haven't had sex with another man for 365 days.
Watch Video The global economic gender gap has widened again, and it could take decades to close. A new report from the World Economic Forum predicts it will take 170 years to eliminate the divide in pay and employment opportunities between men and women.
Watch Video To say there is tension between Russia and the U.S. is an understatement. Apparently Russia isn't taking any chances — it has been preparing for nuclear war situations.
Watch Video Delta Air Lines wants more of its customers to be able to travel in style. High-priced style, that is. It's now offering a unique perk to its SkyMiles members: Save up at least 2.5 million miles, and you'll get a $25,000 jet card, which is redeemable for travel on a private jet.
Watch Video More than a million people in Haiti are in need of food assistance three weeks after the country was hit by Hurricane Matthew. The government of Haiti and multiple aid groups estimate about 1.4 million residents need help getting food, and more than half of them are in dire need. The devastation wasn't limited to one area.
Watch Video ISIS claimed responsibility Tuesday for an attack on a police training center in Quetta, Pakistan, that killed at least 59 people and injured more than 100. According to local news sources, three gunmen wearing suicide vests stormed the academy overnight while roughly 700 police recruits were sleeping.
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Watch Video Donald Trump now admits he's behind in the polls, but he's not giving up hope yet. Trump told WBT in Charlotte, North Carolina, "I think we're going to have — whether it's Brexit or beyond Brexit — I think we're going to have a Brexit situation.
Watch Video After months of planning, France has taken the first steps to shut down the "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais.
Watch Video The first woman to climb Mount Everest has died. Junko Tabei passed away from cancer Thursday in a hospital near Tokyo.
Watch Video She's an icon of strength, but not qualified to be a United Nations honorary ambassador — at least according to some U.N.
Watch Video The U.K. Parliament was all set to move forward with a bill to pardon thousands of men who were convicted under outdated anti-gay laws.
Watch Video Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has blocked a recall campaign against him. The government says it suspended the campaign due to reports of fraudulent signatures on the petition used to trigger the referendum.