Friday, March 6, 2015
In dramatic sea rescues north of Libya, a flotilla of ships saved more than 1,000 migrants and refugees, while 10 migrants perished in the southern Mediterranean, Italian officials said Wednesday.
The number of people applying for asylum in Denmark has plunged after the country tightened its immigration laws last year to stem the influx of Syrian refugees, data released Wednesday showed.
Jane Fonda said Wednesday the male power structure that has dominated the world for centuries has been wounded — “but there's nothing more dangerous than a wounded beast.”
Thursday, March 5, 2015
U.S. investigators launched dawn raids Tuesday on dozens of locations dotted around Los Angeles suspected of offering “maternity tourism” services for Chinese mothers wanting to give birth to gain citizenship for their children.
Independent studios are boldly taking on blockbusters in a gaming world being transformed by smartphones, tablets, and online access to play.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced U.S. President Barack Obama's drive for a nuclear accord with Iran on Tuesday, warning Washington is paving Tehran's path to a bomb.
Thirty-two miners in eastern Ukraine were missing and feared dead Wednesday following an explosion at a coal mine in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
A British citizen fighting alongside Kurdish forces against the Islamic State group has been killed in Syria, a Kurdish commander said Wednesday.
The former director of the U.S. CIA, David Petraeus, whose once-bright political future was all but destroyed over an affair with his biographer, has agreed to plead guilty to charges he shared classified material with her for her book.
The U.S. Congress finally gave the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) its due Tuesday, funding the crucial U.S. agency after months of political wrangling that threatened to plunge it into shutdown.