Brazil’s highest court rejected former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s request Thursday to not go to prison.
They used an underwater microphone to gather the largest-ever collection of bowhead sounds.
The United States has acknowledged that it suspects that cellphone spying devices exist in Washington.
Bollywood star Salman Khan was found guilty Thursday of illegally killing rare deer in a wildlife refuge in 1998.
The leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey have promised to increase efforts to end unrest in Syria.
Scientists are finding that the inside of Jupiter is just as interesting as the part of the planet’s atmosphere that we can see.
Many people in America still mourn the civil rights leader, fifty years later.
Facebook has released a new tool that the company says will make it easier for users to evaluate news stories and publishers.
China has increased import taxes on $3 billion of American products in reaction to recent United States trade policies.
The United States Government has begun investigating possible identity fraud among Burmese refugees, a move that has frightened the immigrant community.