The U.S. tightened sanctions on Russia Tuesday in a bid to force the end of its occupation of Crimea.
Behind a bookshelf and through a hidden door in a Buenos Aires, Argentina, suburb, police have discovered a dusty, secret room holding a massive trove of Nazi-era artifacts.
The Indian government has pushed back against what it calls "inaccurate" media reports that focused on its recent advice to expectant mothers, denying that it recommended pregnant women abstain from sex.
Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut warned Tuesday that the United States could be edging toward a military conflict with Iran and Russia in Syria.
A Russian Su-27 fighter jet flew within five feet of a US Air Force RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft on Monday over the Baltic Sea, according to a US official, an encounter that was assessed to be "unsafe."
Royal Ascot racegoers were getting hot under their collars as they sweltered in formal clothes in the UK's summer heatwave Tuesday.
Australia has suspended all air operations over Syria in the wake of U.S. forces downing a Syrian jet and a warning from Russia that U.S.-led coalition planes are now targets for its forces in parts of the country.
The only thing standing between Rupert Murdoch and his dream media deal is the British government.
The flower was intricately drawn, with each pattern nesting delicately inside another. Pink and white petals sprouted from a blue stem. It stretched across the back of the lined paper next to a smaller, similar flower.
A US F-15E fighter jet shot down a pro-Syrian regime drone near At Tanf, Syria, on Monday, two US officials told CNN, the third downing of a pro-regime aircraft this month.
Adele's love for her hometown runs deep: in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, the singer visited some of the city's firefighters for a "cup of tea and a cuddle" to thank them for their work tackling the deadly blaze.
Jose Mourinho -- one of the most successful managers of the last 20 years -- has been accused of defrauding Spanish tax authorities of $3.6 million during his time as Real Madrid boss.
Hundreds of people came together Monday outside Finsbury Park Mosque in an act of defiance after a terrorist attack in north London.
Iran has denied claims that members of its elite Revolutionary Guard Corps were arrested for plotting a "terrorist act" on an oil platform off the coast of Saudi Arabia.
More young people in Britain voted in this month's election than in any general election in the last three decades, according to figures published by Ipsos Mori Tuesday.
A European court has ruled that Russia's so-called "gay propaganda law" is discriminatory, promotes homophobia and violates the European Convention on Human Rights.
French Defense Minister Sylvie Goulard resigned from her role Tuesday after becoming embroiled in a fake jobs scandal.
For Qatar Airways, it was the best of times and it was the worst of times.
Two journalists have died following a blast in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Nearly an hour passed before the crew of a container ship reported its collision with a US destroyer, according to the Japanese coast guard, raising more questions about the sequence of events that ultimately led to the death of seven American sailors.
The driver of the van that plowed into pedestrians near a mosque in north London has been identified as Darren Osborne, 47, a resident of Cardiff in Wales, according to multiple UK media outlets.
Singapore's Prime Minister has made a rare public apology for a family spat that has gripped a city unused to elites airing their grievances.
At least 79 people are dead or missing and presumed dead following the fire that tore through the 24-story Grenfell Tower in London, police have said.
Deadly heat waves are going to be a much bigger problem in the coming decades, becoming more frequent and occurring over a much greater portion of the planet because of climate change, according to a study published Monday in Nature Climate Change.