The two teens had trekked in the Sonoran Desert's searing heat for four days and were lost and almost out of water when border patrol agents in Arizona spotted them.
Rickety structures made of sheet metal and scrap wood are clustered along the road to the Haitian city of Jeremie, which still hasn't seen any aid nearly three weeks after Hurricane Matthew.
Police patrol the Afghan capital on a warm Sunday, but not to hunt extremists.
Girl scout Luna Hernandez, 9, dressed as a "Catrina," or skeleton lady, waits for the start of the Grand Procession of the Catrinas, to mark the upcoming Day of the Dead holiday, in Mexico City, Sunday, Oct. 23.
They have heard the stories of floating orbs and disembodied voices, and officials at the University of Connecticut say they really shouldn't have to tell people that the abandoned mental institution the school owns is not actually haunted.
A remote-controlled plane air show simulates a WWII battle at the 15th annual Wings Wheels, Rotors & Expo in Los Alamitos, California on Sunday, Oct. 23.
Spain entered a crucial week Monday as acting conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy prepared to retake power, ending 10 roller-coaster months without government marked by hope and disillusion.
A Belfast bakery on Monday lost its appeal of a ruling that it discriminated against a gay customer by refusing to bake a cake decorated with a message supporting same-sex marriage.
Syrian government forces and their allies on Monday captured strategic high ground in embattled Aleppo as Russia -- a key ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad -- said it was not planning more "humanitarian pauses" in the fighting in the city's eastern, rebel-held districts.
Israel's air force hit a Hamas post in the Gaza Strip on Monday after a rocket was fired from the Palestinian enclave toward Israel, the military said.