Rapper 50 Cent was detained in St. Kitts and Nevis on Saturday and charged with using "indecent language" following a performance at the St.
A rollercoaster at the M&D's theme park in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, derailed and crashed Sunday, sending eight children and two adults to the hospital.
Pope Francis said Sunday that gay people and others who have been marginalized by the Church deserve an apology.
Police say a rally held by the Traditionalist Worker Party in Sacramento, California, turned violent when clashes broke out between members of the white supremacist group and counter-protesters.
A crowd of onlookers and a brass band on Sunday applauded the official opening of new, expanded locks in the Panama Canal, which from today can accommodate larger shipping freighters than ever.
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders said Friday that he would be willing to vote for his competitor, Hillary Clinton, come November, but in a CNN interview Sunday he reiterated that he is not yet ready to formally endorse her.
The Supreme Court is due to render judgment Monday on Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a major abortion case involving a Texas law which holds independent abortion clinics to state standards for "ambulatory surgical centers" (small facilities that host a limited range of surgeries) and requires the clinics' doctors to have admitting privileges at a full hospital no more than 30 miles away.
Iceland elected its first new president in 20 years on Saturday, picking for the mostly ceremonial office a historian named Guðni Jóhannesson.
Alexander Hamilton is among the most famous American statesmen to never be president, but the hit Broadway musical based on his life will perhaps help Hillary Clinton do what Hamilton did not.
At least two people have died in a fast-moving wildfire in central California which started on Thursday and is finally showing signs of slowing its growth.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry updated his European itinerary to include stops in London and Brussels, the de facto capital of the European Union, abbreviating in the process scheduled talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A petition to Parliament arguing "if the remain or leave vote is less than 60% based a turnout less than 75% there should be another referendum" on Brexit has attracted more than 3 million signatures from Britons since this past week's vote.
The Iraqi army retook the final piece of territory held by Islamic State fighters in Fallujah on Sunday, confirming a tentative win declared a week ago when a small number of terrorists had yet to be routed.
Britain's Tory prime minister, David Cameron, announced his resignation following Friday's Brexit vote — but now it looks like Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, who supported remaining in the EU, may lose his position of power as well.
Want to track your baby's sleep patterns without clipping a device to her onesie? asked Katherine Boehret at The Verge.
It's muggy and I'm confused. I don't understand where I am, though it was only a short walk from my Airbnb studio to this little curry place.
The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web: Once again, the Federal Reserve has "hit the Pause button," said Patrick Gillespie at CNN.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, but the now-official Brexit won't happen overnight. The EU has a formal, two-year exit process, which Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan said Saturday should not coincide with an Irish unity vote.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump doesn't have much in the way of campaign infrastructure — in fact, one recent report revealed he employs a mere 30 campaign staff nationwide, the same as what his likely general election opponent, Hillary Clinton, has in Iowa alone.
A group of militants suspected to be from Somalia's al Shabaab Islamist terrorist organization launched an attack on a hotel popular among government officials in the country's capital of Mogadishu on Saturday.