The harrowing story of one Venezuelan couple's desperate attempt to source food from neighboring Colombia.
Paris prosecutor Francios Molins, who oversees terrorism investigations in France, said Monday that the truck driver who killed 84 people on the French Riviera last week previously researched the Orlando, Fla. gay club shooting.
More than 18,000 global leaders, scientists, advocates, and frontline health workers have gathered in Durban for the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), the world's largest forum devoted to any single health or development issue.
An eerie feeling hung over Nice's blood-stained Promenade des Anglais as shops and restaurants opened for business Saturday, with small vigils and flowers peppering the walkway outside.
The brother of slain Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch on Sunday confessed to strangling her to death for "family honor" because she posted "shameful" pictures on Facebook.
Prepare to be inspired. After all, it's Olympic ad time. Olympics marketers from Coca-Cola to Samsung are pulling out all the stops this summer, stuffing scores of athletes into ads and telling tearjerker stories.
Saudi officials are hoping that the release of a top secret chapter of an early congressional inquiry into 9/11 will end accusations of Saudi complicity in the attacks - allegations that have never been substantiated.
A New York City woman infected her male partner with Zika virus through sex, the first time female-to-male transmission of the germ has been documented.
On Monday, July 18, thousands of activists will take to the streets of Durban to demand that the 20 million people who need access to HIV treatment are not left behind.
A large truck plowed through revelers gathered for Bastille Day fireworks in Nice, killing at least 84 people and sending others fleeing into the sea as it bore down for more than a mile along the Riviera city's famed waterfront promenade.