Most of the daily information we see on the mainstream media today is the news equivalent of fast-food.
Pro-Islamic State militants have stormed a town and occupied a school in the southern Philippines.
The al-Nuri Mosque was where the leader of IS proclaimed its so-called "caliphate" in 2014.
Yoga practitioners took a relaxing break to bend, twist and pose Wednesday morning for the annual event celebrating the practice, especially in the country where it began. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined 50,000 students and other residents for a mass yoga session in the pouring...
Temperatures hit 34.5C (94F) in the UK, as the mercury soars to its highest point in 41 years.
According to WKRG, the little boy suffered severe facial trauma after possibly being injured by debris from the storm.
The stabbing of a police officer at a Michigan airport on Wednesday is being investigated by the FBI as a possible terror attack, officials said.
Ibrahim Omerdic had presided over the marriage of the teenage girl to a man aged 34, telling her she must obey her new husband
Mohammed bin Nayef is replaced by Mohammed bin Salman, the 31-year-old rising power who is in charge of the economy and the war in Yemen
Centrist leader François Bayrou is the latest to resign as the president finalises his cabinet team.
The European Space Agency's multi-million euro project "could eventually even lead to the detection of extra-terrestrial life".
Move follows Moscow’s warning coalition planes west of Euphrates will be a potential target after US shot down Syrian fighter jet
Belgian police say the situation is under control after the incident at Brussels Central Station.
Argentine police have seized a cache of Nazi artefacts hidden behind a library in the house of an art collector in Buenos Aires, including a bust of dictator Adolf Hitler and instruments used as racial classification tools.
With yields on U.S. 10-year Treasuries as low as they are, the Federal Reserve needs to be careful about raising U.S. interest rates further, Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan said on Tuesday.
The company’s co-founder had been under increasing pressure, and several major investors demanded that he resign from the company immediately.
June's first tropical storm formed Monday in the Atlantic.
The water-bombing plane was fighting huge forest fires in central Portugal that have killed dozens.
Young Pioneer Tours says risk is too high after 22-year-old student died on his return from imprisonment in the secretive state
Venezuela’s Supreme Court cleared the way for a trial against the country’s chief prosecutor, who became a surprise hero to the opposition after breaking ranks with the government of President Nicolas Maduro over his efforts to concentrate power.
Russia’s so-called gay propaganda law reinforces “stigma and prejudice” and violates the right to freedom of expression, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled. The law, which bans the promotion of "homosexual behaviour among minors", has been in place since 2013.
Results for the special election between Jon Ossoff, a Democrat, and Karen Handel, a Republican.
Maps and results in the special election for a House seat vacated by Mick Mulvaney, now director of the Office of Management and Budget.