The announcement — part of North-South outreach — brought backlash as too much of a concession.
U.N. Relief and Works Agency head says the “dignity and human security” of refugees are at risk.
Climate change won't get as bad as we dread, a new study finds. But we're not going to get off easy, either.
After initially saying there was hardly any evidence, the social network opens a probe.
Trump uses the phrase to attack the press. Stalin used the press to attack his enemies — and killed them by the millions.
Deadly collisions involving Navy vessels are rare, and often are both embarrassing and politically charged afterward.
But a looming crisis between Turkey and the Kurds could embroil the United States in a wider conflict.
"I was very honored when I heard that the test was chosen by the White House,” said MoCA test creator Ziad Nasreddine.
A powerful storm pummeled Europe with high winds and snow Thursday, killing at least six people in three countries, grounding flights, halting trains, ripping roofs off buildings and flipping over trucks.
Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday passed a bill that aims to reintegrate the eastern territories currently controlled by Russia-backed separatists, and goes as far as to declare support for taking them back by military force if necessary.
A wolf escaped from its British sanctuary Thursday as high winds battered the country, triggering hours of concern and a lockdown at a nearby school. The animal was eventually recaptured unharmed but questions remained about exactly how it escaped.
Greece and neighboring Macedonia have been at loggerheads for more than a quarter-century century over an issue at the heart of the newer nation’s existence and identity: its name.