The International Football Association’s ethics committee banned its president, Sepp Blatter, from the organization for eight years on Monday.
Officials in China say 91 people are missing after a landslide in the southern city of Shenzhen Sunday morning.
The United Nations Security Council approved measures Thursday to restrict how the Islamic State militant group raises money.
There are about 650,000 school-aged Syrian refugee children in Turkey.
Before U.S. President Barack Obama leaves office, he wants to visit Cuba.
An act of kindness made American actor Edward Norton a trending topic on social media today.
Every December 10 is Human Rights Day.
TIME magazine announced that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is its 2015 Person of the Year.
A South African judge has granted bail to athlete Oscar Pistorius, after an appeals court last week convicted him of murder.
Ownership of undersea gold treasure discovered near a Spanish ship that sank more than 300 years ago is making waves.