Tyrannosaurs had sensitive snouts that they may have enjoyed rubbing together while mating, scientists say
The Kremlin paid an army of more than 1,000 people to create fake anti-Hillary Clinton news stories targeting key swing states, the leading Democrat on the committee looking into alleged Russian interference in the US election has said.
Fears have been raised about democracy after the National Assembly was stripped of powers.
North Carolina on Thursday repealed a law restricting bathroom use for transgender people, hoping to bring back businesses and sports leagues that boycotted th
Park Geun-hye is taken to a detention centre south of Seoul after a court approves her arrest.
Thirty-four people were arrested just as the gang was about to launch its scheme to dig up the founder of Ferrari, police said.
US secretary of state highlights cooperation with Turkey, but his Turkish counterpart notes deep divide over Kurdish fighters
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he was ready to meet U.S. president Donald Trump at an Arctic summit in Finland.
All lanes of one of the busiest commercial throughways in America are expected to be blocked indefinitely in the area, authorities said.
Five members of the same family died when a Dublin-bound helicopter crashed in north Wales, police say.
All south-east Queensland schools have been closed, and non-essential public servants ordered to go home, amid warnings the region could cop up to half a metre of rain from ex-cyclone Debbie.
Residents in parts of Lismore have been ordered to immediately evacuate as northern NSW is lashed by heavy rain and major flooding caused by the remnants of ex-tropical cyclone Debbie.
A NUMBER of people have been attacked and stabbed in Brussels city centre.