Russia’s economy is struggling at the beginning of 2016.
The government of Zimbabwe is denying a report that President Robert Mugabe has suffered a heart attack.
Apple says it will fight the U.S. government about sharing information from the iPhone used by a shooter in a deadly attack in California.
A day after lifting economic sanctions against Iran for meeting the terms of the nuclear agreement, the U.S. announced new, limited sanctions against several Iranian citizens and companies for helping Iran’s ballistic missile program.
In Kenya, blind students and those with poor eyesight were still using Braille books for their studies until recently.
The American seafood staple of Maine lobster, or “lobsta” as they say in Maine, is becoming very popular on Asian dining tables.
If you are lucky enough to win America’s Powerball lottery jackpot Wednesday night, you could take home all or part of an estimated $1.5 billion.
British actor Alan Rickman has died after a battle with cancer.
The nominations for the year’s Academy Awards have been announced.
Al Jazeera America, the three-year-old cable news channel that promised to cover in-depth journalism in the U.S., is closing.