Hundreds of people marched and prayed Sunday in the Midwestern U.S. city where an Indian expatriate was killed and another wounded in a suspected hate crime that has prompted calls for action.
Thousands of Russians marched through Moscow on Sunday shouting slogans such as "Russia will be free!" and "Putin is war!" to mark two years since opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was gunned down outside the Kremlin.
Rosita Mabuiango's birth in a tree above swirling waters 17 years ago thrust her into instant stardom, drawing global attention to the worst floods to hit Mozambique in recent memory.
Pope Francis on Sunday became the first Catholic pontiff to visit an Anglican parish in Rome, using the historic occasion to press for greater closeness after centuries of mistrust, prejudices and hostility between the two churches.
A float crashed during Rio de Janeiro's world famous Carnival parade Sunday evening and injured eight people, including at least one person reported in serious condition, but organizers proceeded with the show.
Iraqi forces battling the Islamic State group in west Mosul reached the city's southernmost bridge Monday, a key step in efforts to defeat the jihadists in their stronghold, a spokesman said.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Sunday accused the media of "campaigning hysterically" in favor of Emmanuel Macron, her centrist rival for the presidency, as polls showed him enjoying a jump in support.
The Senate on Monday confirmed billionaire investor Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary as President Donald Trump adds to his economic team.
President Donald Trump is proposing a huge $54 billion surge in U.S. military spending for new aircraft, ships and fighters in his first federal budget while slashing big chunks from domestic programs and foreign aid to make the government "do more with less."
President Donald Trump is giving Sunday's Academy Awards two thumbs down, calling the botched ending "sad."