Opponents of the Venezuelan government vowed fresh huge protests on Thursday, upping the ante in their bid to oust President Nicolas Maduro after a day of deadly clashes in the oil-rich but beleaguered nation.
Many travelers find their way to Oxford, Mississippi, as fans of novelist William Faulkner.
PARIS -- The latest on the shootings of two police officers in Paris (all times local).
Flooding and mudslides in central Colombia have killed at least 16 people, government disaster relief authorities said Wednesday, causing alarm in a country still recovering from recent mudslides that killed hundreds.
Francois Fillon, who served as French Prime Minister under President Nicolas Sarkozy from 2007 to 2012, is the right-wing contender in the French presidential election.
Projections are seen on the Empire State Building, celebrating Harper's Bazaar magazine's 150th anniversary in New York on April 19.
A Democrat came close to outright victory in Tuesday's closely watched U.S. congressional primary in Georgia, heading to a runoff in a race that Democrats tout as an early test of resistance to President Donald Trump.
The man who randomly gunned down a Cleveland retiree and posted video of the crime on Facebook killed himself Tuesday during a police chase in Pennsylvania that began when a McDonald's drive-thru attendant recognized him.
Alongside a display of the Declaration of Independence at the Museum of the American Revolution, a separate tableau tells the story of Mumbet, an enslaved black woman in Massachusetts who, upon hearing the document read aloud, announced that its proclamation that "all men are created equal" should also include her.
The leopard population in a region of South Africa once thick with the big cats is crashing, and could be wiped out within a few years, scientists warned Wednesday.