Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Robert Durst, a U.S. millionaire from one of America's wealthiest families, was arrested just before the finale of a serial documentary about his links to three sensational murders in which he said he “killed them all.”
Monday, March 16, 2015
At least 49 people were killed Saturday when a tour bus plunged hundreds of meters into a densely wooded ravine in southern Brazil, authorities said.
Thousands of residents began returning to their Valparaiso homes Saturday, hours after fleeing a still-smoldering forest fire that threatened the treasured Chilean seaport city, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Iran and the U.S. aim in talks starting Sunday in Switzerland to begin closing in on a deal reducing Tehran's nuclear activities to within strict limits after 18 months of tortuous negotiations.
Rolling out tanks, missiles and 100,000 men, Venezuela launched 10 days of military exercises Saturday, amid sky-high tensions over U.S. sanctions slapped on officials accused of an opposition crackdown.
A federal appeals court has given new life to a Holocaust survivor's claim that the University of Oklahoma is unjustly holding a Camille Pissarro painting that the Nazis stole from her father during World War II.
Afghanistan used about US$1 million provided by the CIA to a secret government fund to pay al-Qaida in 2010 for a diplomat's release, The New York Times reported Saturday.
Police have released body-camera footage that shows the frantic rescue of an 18-month-old Utah girl from a car that had crashed into a frigid river 14 hours earlier.
The U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia said it had suspended consular services in the kingdom for two days due to “heightened security concerns”, after warning of threats against Western oil workers.
Cuba has begun reconciling with the Paris Club of creditor nations after a nearly three decade-long divorce, moving to put its financial house in order as it opens up to the world economy.