A U.N. human rights office said on Tuesday that it is troubled by a group of international experts' complaints of obstacles to their investigation into the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico.
It's back to the drawing board for what was to have been Chile's first drawbridge: its traffic decks were installed backward.
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Venezuela's public employees will work only on Monday and Tuesday as the country grapples with an electricity crisis.
As if daily life in Venezuela wasn't hard enough, people across the crisis-wracked South American country will now have to add electricity to the long list of things they'll have to do without.
There is strong evidence that Mexican police tortured some of the key suspects arrested in the disappearance of 43 students, according to a report released Sunday by an outside group of experts.
Though he cannot speak, Benjamin Alexander has much to say, one typed word at a time.
Ted Cruz and John Kasich have agreed to join forces to try to deny front-runner Donald Trump the U.S. Republican Party's presidential nomination, their campaigns said Sunday.1 Comment
Chicago has reached a US$6 million settlement in a lawsuit over the death of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black boy shot by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center.
AERZEN, Germany -- President Barack Obama will send an additional 250 military personnel to Syria to help local forces fighting the Islamic State group, increasing to 300 the number of U.S. forces battling extremists in the war-torn country, administration officials confirmed Sunday.
U.S. President Barack Obama arrived on a valedictory visit to Germany on Sunday to see his "friend" Chancellor Angela Merkel, but their show of unity looked unlikely to silence opposition to their push for a transatlantic trade pact.