Jailed teacher Brittany Zamora filed for divorce from her husband, Daniel Zamora, from prison in Perryville,Arizona
Laura Smith, 25, from Michigan, is encouraging more mothers to continue breastfeeding their children at any age, as she still nurses her five-year-old Joel and two-year-old son Bennett.
Demonstration part of mock funerals for those who have died from Covid-19
The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed Representative John Ratcliffe, a staunch political ally of President Donald Trump, as director of national intelligence, but by a far slimmer margin than his predecessors as the top U.S. spy.
Police were called to the Bunbury suburb of Eaton on Thursday night and found a 43-year-old man 's body lying in the street.
Funding will increase capacity and frequency of services as Covid-19 changes way we travel
Taiwan on Sunday marked the one-year anniversary of legalising same-sex marriage, as gay couples and rights groups called for full recognition of unions involving foreigners. The island is at the vanguard of the burgeoning gay rights movement in Asia and became the first place in the region to legalise same-sex marriage after a bruising political [
Officials say a strong cyclone has left at least 14 people dead in India and 8 dead in Bangladesh
Pope Francis has prayed for an end to the coronavirus pandemic and the development of a vaccine while welcoming more than 100 guests to the Vatican
Workers in white coveralls and face masks have swept Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar with disinfectant as Turkey prepares to lift many remaining coronavirus restrictions
Helicopters land on sand as coastguard chief slates ‘absolute carnage’ of people failing to social-distance
The shooting death of an unarmed autistic Palestinian man by Israeli forces is drawing angry condemnations from Arab residents and leaders and is further raising tensions in the region as Israel prepares to annex parts of the occupied West Bank
On Friday, Trump announced an end to some trading privileges for Hong Kong
Russia has extended the residence permit of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, state media reported Saturday. TASS, a news agency owned by the Russian government, reported that Mr. Snowden's residence permit was automatically extended until June 15 because of "anti-coronavirus measures."
Air ambulances landed at Durdle Door and the beach was evacuated
Iran, always keen to score points against its longtime foe the United States, took Washington to task on Saturday over the killing of a black man in by a white police officer that has sparked angry protests over racial injustice.
Social care leader attacks ‘insufficient, confused and unnecessarily bureaucratic’ fund
An Australian ex-soldier, released on parole after being convicted of a street murder in Bulgaria in 2009, fears he will be rearrested if he tries to leave the country and is now seeking a new trial to try to clear his name.
Pope Francis on Saturday urged politicians to divert funds spent on weapons to research to prevent another pandemic, as he led the largest gathering in the Vatican in nearly three months.
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli police shot dead an unarmed autistic Palestinian man in Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday after saying they suspected he was carrying a weapon. The shooting drew broad condemnations and revived complaints alleging excessive force by Israeli security forces. On social media, some compared the shooting to