The expression “a thirst for knowledge” may soon have a new meaning for millions of people who have no way to get clean water.
As many as 50 refugees were found dead inside a truck in Austria Thursday.
President Barack Obama visited New Orleans Thursday to meet with people of the city flooded by Hurricane Katrina.
The Chinese stock market rose sharply Thursday, ending several days of deep losses.
A gunman opened fire on an American television news crew during a ‘live’ television broadcast Wednesday morning.
The women made history when they completed the Ranger training program at Fort Benning in Georgia.
The World Health Organization reports that hundreds of millions of people have a mental health disorder, but receive little or no treatment.
Stock market measures in the U.S. fell Tuesday after strong gains in the first hours of trading.
France announced Tuesday it has launched a terrorism investigation into last week’s armed attack on a train traveling between Amsterdam and Paris.
The Islamic State group has posted pictures on the Internet that, it says, show the destruction of a 2,000-year-old temple in Palmyra, Syria.